Alice Sweet Alice
Alice is a withdrawn 12-year-old who lives with her mother and her younger sister, Karen, who gets most of the attention from her mother, leaving Alice out of the spotlight. But when Karen is found brutally murdered in a church, suspicions start to turn toward Alice. But could a 12-year-old girl really be capable of such savagery?
- Stars:Linda Miller, Mildred Clinton, Paula E. Sheppard, Niles McMaster, Jane Lowry, Rudolph Willrich, Michael Hardstark, Alphonso DeNoble, Gary Allen, Brooke Shields, Louisa Horton, Tom Signorelli, Lillian Roth, Patrick Gorman, Kathy Rich,
- Director:Alfred Sole,
- Writer:Rosemary Ritvo (original screenplay), Alfred Sole (original screenplay)
After a young girl is brutally murdered during her first communion, Alice, her strange and withdrawn older sister becomes the main suspect. When the girls' aunt is later stabbed on an apartment complex stairway, Alice is sent away. But the attacks continue... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Alice Sweet Alice torrent reviews
(ru) wrote: me encnato y me facino
(it) wrote: Good stuff about Aussie's surfing "underworld"...
(fr) wrote: this movie is crazy awesome! i have watched this movie in class and out of and i love it. i really like watching it in class too because its such a good movie! i like how his curse vanishes after he escaspes from camp and how they finally find a way to make shoes not smell! great movie
(ca) wrote: Predictable from frame A to frame Z and only intermittently enjoyable on a so-bad-it's-good basis. It's more unintentionally funny than it is scary; worse than that, it's boring. "Darkness Falls" should be viewed only as an alternative to sleep medication.
(fr) wrote: One of the worst movies of all time, if not THE worst. Somebody needs to punch Jerry Lewis in the face for this atrocious movie. He didn't come off as a lovable goof as you might expect. Instead he's crude, cruel, obnoxious, and strangely he's seemingly homosexual. He's outright rude to those who mean him well, and literally not the tiniest, faintest chuckle is manifested by viewers. I found myself angered when the intention was to illicit laughter. This movie wasn't the least bit funny. Please list this movie among worsts of all-time. Funny to think that Tim Meadow's more modern day version can be called a classic in comparison.
(br) wrote: A spiritual successor to 1961's "Lawrence of Arabia," and historically, the events of this film led up to those that Colonel Lawrence dealt with. I would say that in many ways it's more satisfying than "Lawrence," since the battles that are quite clearly so important to our hero are actually shown, and the ending is much less of a letdown.Remarkably historically accurate for a Hollywood production, of manageable length (as opposed to contemporaneous epics like "Ben-Hur" or "Lawrence"), and filled with well-done battle scenes (they're not afraid of blood, but they draw the line a lot futher out than filmmakers today). Fine marks all across the board - the dialogue, the sets, the acting (though Heston is a bit weak on suggesting internal conflict - the man's a born All-American hero). This one seems particularly topical, given the nature of geopolitics today.High points: The battles, which are intense and well-done and are possible to follow (unlike so many other film conflicts), and the scene based on George William Joy's painting "General Gordon's Last Stand."
(de) wrote: Tucker and Dale switches up stereotypes to deliver an over the top film that builds upon ridiculous scenarios. Incredibly enjoyable to watch.