Albert Fish: In Sin He Found Salvation

Albert Fish: In Sin He Found Salvation

Albert Fish, the horrific true story of elderly cannibal, sadomasochist, and serial killer, who lured children to their deaths in Depression-era New York City. Distorting biblical tales, Albert Fish takes the themes of pain, torture, atonement and suffering literally as he preys on victims to torture and sacrifice.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:86 minutes
  • Release:2007
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:murder,   letter,   fish,  

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M C (ag) wrote: Very young children may find it watchable, but anyone older will see that it is charmless, painfully stupid, and that it contains only two decent laughs. 31/100

Phil P (de) wrote: I really liked this movie, the pace was good and when Gibson is on, he's still capable of carrying a film.

Tyrail C (jp) wrote: very funny movie . its a movie for everyone, kids, adults , and even big kids too! lol very good movie plan on buying!

Barbara S (us) wrote: The story is so insipid and predictable that I could barely stay awake. Awful film with one-dimensional characters and a lead actress, who while earnest, drowns in this sea of schmaltz.

Kim W (it) wrote: A meet the parents style movie based around a white guy trying to win the approval of his girlfriends racist father, I must admit I didn't really laugh much considering it was a comedy but I did enjoy it and would watch it again.

Nairobi H (de) wrote: i love this movie.........

Donna F (nl) wrote: My son and I watched this all alone in a theatre! The boy, played by Angus T. Jones, is a cool kid. He's now on the TV show, Two and a Half Men.

Tim M (it) wrote: The notorious, critically-acclaimed Sandman, Bela Tarr, greets the new millennium with another snoozefest. "It's shot in static or very slow-moving long-takes; the monochrome images are deliberately oppressive; the pace would strike the organizers of a state funeral as excessively slow."

Brett H (mx) wrote: Mel Brooks' spoof of classic Universal horror films, Young Frankenstein is neither an amazing comedy nor a completely lame one, and it managed to conjure up a few decent belly laughs from me; though I wished there were more. Gene Wilder brilliantly stars as Dr. Frederick Frankenstein (pronounced "Fronkensteen" so as not to be confused with his ancestor) who wants to steer as far away from his family's legacy as possible, but soon finds himself consumed by the science of re-animation and it's a riot watching him perform. The other stand-out from the cast is Marty Feldman as Igor (pronounced eye-gor) who is essentially the embodiment of an internet troll, constantly challenging Frankenstein's methods and breaking the fourth wall repeatedly. It's a gag-filled film throughout and I feel it hits more than misses, especially during a random encounter between the Monster and a blind, old man played surprisingly by Gene Hackman that used physical comedy flawlessly! It's exactly what you'd expect from a Mel Brooks film, it's witty, silly, has a random dance number for no reason at all, and overall it's a solid comedy that produces laughs and spoofs the classic, Frankenstein story to a T.

Jason S (fr) wrote: Mothra roolz! I saw him get his ass kicked by godzilla the other night but then he spawned 2 little turdlings from his egg and they finished off the big guy with turdling-jizz. It was awesome.