Kemper

Kemper

A film based on the true story of Ed Kemper, a serial killer who murdered ten in Santa Cruz, CA during the late sixties and early seventies.

A film based on the true story of Ed Kemper, a serial killer who murdered ten in Santa Cruz, CA during the late sixties and early seventies. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Jill S (br) wrote: I'm surprised anyone liked this. I found it really cringe-making.

Aaron B (it) wrote: The great cast makes this biblical mess bearable. But, be warned: the amount of failed attempts at humor in the writing of this film will have you laughing for all of the wrong reasons.

Joseph S (au) wrote: It's still funny, but not as funny as the first.

Thomas S (de) wrote: This was like the original in the idea but man that Jesse Sean was sad as heck

cigale (nl) wrote: Eric Zonca's Directorial Debut. A must see!!!

Melissa W (us) wrote: Annoyingly mundane at times, but a good story overall, at a relaxing pace.

Emily R (kr) wrote: Funny and charming, one of my favorites! A western that even those who don't like westerns might like. Not just gun fights and damsels in distress, Cat Ballou can fight for herself, plus her and the rest of the gang can provide quite a few laughs along the way.

Zach M (ag) wrote: This was a fairly decent film starring Tommy Lee Jones and Linda Hamilton.Tommy Lee Jones is a thief who is hired to steal a data tape. He hides it in a high tech car that gets stolen by Linda Hamilton for Robert Vaughn.They then team up to steal the car back from Vaughn and of course there are explosions, car chases, shoot outs and lots of action.Written by John Carpenter and directed by Harley Cokliss.

Thomas B (au) wrote: Very good movie! Great bar room scene!

Elle M (ca) wrote: I found that the movie was enjoyable in a 'feel good' sort of way. It gives the feeling that two lost souls of a vast age gap meet, and find something about themselves in loving one another. It's sweet in it's own merit and also gives you the reality that different generations will more likely clash.

Julie P (fr) wrote: I do not know why people gave this a bad review perhaps it's their ignorance with regards to Autism. The actor who played the Autistic child was very good, I know many autistic children and many can act exactly like this child did. I enjoyed the film, its plot is very plausible and some Autistic children are capable of complex mathematical puzzles. What is more, it would not be beyond dark sections of the NSA to want to assassinate anyone deemed a threat including a young child. The character Bruce Willis plays is also plausible as agents can quite often reach burnout and develop PTSD which is actually what he had symptoms of. Many times in reality people have decided to take a stand because one final event went too fare and this film depicts this very well.