Arsenic And Old Lace

Arsenic And Old Lace

Mortimer Brewster is a newspaperman and author known for his diatribes against marriage. We watch him being married at city hall in the opening scene. Now all that is required is a quick trip home to tell Mortimer's two maiden aunts. While trying to break the news, he finds out his aunts' hobby; killing lonely old men and burying them in the cellar. It gets worse.

On his wedding day, a man suddenly knows a secret that his maiden aunts are madwoman that killed many people. What will he terrible truth lead to? Let's come to this movie to find the answer to the question . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Gabriel C (de) wrote: Moms' Night Out tries to stand out from the Christian movie genre, but flat direction, obnoxious characters, tired gags and some misogynistic overtones make it difficult to watch.

Matt H (us) wrote: An OK romcom that totally gets by on Felicity Jones charm. I think she could be a total star if given the chance, she just needs a better male lead and not Ambiguously Asian-looking Young Jude Law Guy. By itself, the movie isn't very good, but again, Felicity Jones has the star power to make it just work.

Fiercesnake T (kr) wrote: ABSOLUTE RUBBISH! Worst modern day sci-fi seen in a long time. Seriously just total nonsense

Amy R (ru) wrote: Predictable but enjoyable romantic comedy.

Artemis C (fr) wrote: :-) It is entertaining.

Gareth E (ag) wrote: This is better than 98.7% of Britney Spears songs. Beautiful in ways I've never seen on film before, or since.

Cheyenne (nl) wrote: Greg Kinnear is in it so I NEED 2 SEE IT!!!!!!!!!

Richard D (au) wrote: Francis (Bruce Greenwood) visits the strip club Exotica every night and gets Christina (Mia Kirshner) to dance for him. There's clearly something deep, personal and not entirely sexual between them. The club's DJ Eric (Elis Koteas) is Christina's former lover and has an unhealthy interest in what's going on between Francis and Christina. Francis's day job is an a tax auditor, and he's auditing the books a pet shop owned by Thomas (Don McKellar), who is hiding a lucrative smuggling business. Thomas will get pulled into the situation in the club. Everyone in this slow, methodical psycho-drama is connected via tight circles. Francis hires his niece to babysit even though he appears to have no child ... how is this connected to his relationship with Christina? The club owner (Arsine Khanjian) is pregnant ... how is this related to Christina's anger at Eric? Ultimately, almost all questions are answered, and the common link between these characters is need.

Gabriella B (ag) wrote: I usually don't enjoy romance movies, however the female lead in this story hit home with me tremendously, and the beautiful piano music by Chopin was lovely.

Michael D (ca) wrote: Amazingly fun definitely has that 80's feel. It's been a while since I've seen this classic but I love it.

Russell H (es) wrote: If it wasn't so long, it would have been a 4. There was a lot of cool action and some interesting ideas. I enjoyed it but any movie at that length can never hold my attention.