Aileen Wuornos is an emotionally scarred highway hooker who shoots a sadistic trick who rapes her and ultimately becomes America's first female serial killer.

Based on the life of Aileen Wuornos, a Daytona Beach prostitute who was executed in Florida in 2002 for killing six men in the late 1980s and early 1990s only to take their money and car. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Scott H (mx) wrote: guilty visual pleasure

Stuart S (mx) wrote: For anyone interested in a balanced look at our political divide, this is the movie. The director goes to great pains to ensure that whatever biases he brings to his creation are left on the cutting room floor. While the discussion is framed by the current political topics, the division discussed goes much deeper, touching on why politicians choose to prey upon these divisions (fears) to win. Of course, once they win, they are left trying to work in the system that they created. If it comes within two states of you, you owe it to yourself to see it.

Nancy S (it) wrote: Toddlers in Tiaras....with Talent! Typical edge of your seat documentary with amazing dancing by some very dedicated little boys and girls. And then there are the costumes.....and the wigs....and the bouncing parents.....

lhan (gb) wrote: Guzel bir col filmi, petrolun arap yarimadasina gelisi,yeni duzen, cikar kavgalari vs

Robert U (nl) wrote: Our slightly older contemporary Kainei Edward Esp Brown (born March 24, 1945) is the subject of this beautiful documentary that Zilpha's cousin Bill sent us in advance of our visit this Fall to his and his wife June's home in the Pacific Northwest. Nothing could have made me more excited about our visit. Brown is the author of The Tassajara Bread Book, written at the Tassajara Zen Mountain Center, and is justly still influential.

Bojana B (ru) wrote: You may find it odd and confusing but you can't tell it's not one of the best movies from Darren Aranofsky!

Patrick C (br) wrote: Just watched this last night. Not what I expected AT ALL. Even though I wasn't sure about the technique at first, it definitely pays off.

Bruce s (jp) wrote: i enjoyed it at the time but would not rave about

CeeGee L (au) wrote: This is one of the most intense movies I have ever seen. The beauty of the actors is amazing. The culture of New Zealand is fascinating....The screenplay is like no other.....

Joshua L (ag) wrote: Davis made it fun to watch.

Carla S (nl) wrote: Amor enfermo- a quien no le ha pasado. lisa me encanta y david, ese mino callado timido! ja tb.

Tuomas R (de) wrote: Family Plot ei todellakaan ole aliarvostettu vaan kevyesti Hitcockin huonoimpia. Ei ole hauska vaan pelkstn rsyttv. Ei ole jnnittv vaan vaisu ja tyls. Nyttelijt heikoja Bruce Derni lukuunottamatta mutta se on osittain heikosti kirjoitettujen hahmojen vika. Barbara Harrisin esittm meediohuijari taas hakee rsyttvyydessn vertaistaan. Lisksi kohtaus jossa pparin autosta on leikattu jarrut on kaikessa noloudessaan karseaa katsottavaa. Olisi ollut parempi ett mestarin viimeiseksi elokuvaksi olisi jnyt tt edeltnyt Frenzy.

Kyle P (gb) wrote: My wife and I decided to give 'These Final Hours' a try since of the high Rotten Tomatoes score (79%) and also a decent user score (65%).The movie started great by setting the scene, even it was a little vague. Pretty much in a nutshell, an asteroid crashed in the ocean between the continents of North America and Africa. A fiery shock-wave is sweeping across the planet destroying everything in it's path.This movie takes place in Australia, one of the very last places to get hit by the shock-wave. The shock-wave is suppose to hit the continent in about 12 hours. The story follows a man wanting to go to an end-of-the-world party, but finds a young girl that is looking for her dad.The movie depicts very well what could happen if something catastrophic was coming, and you knew how many hours you had left to live. The pacing in the movie slows down right after the opening act, and is like that throughout until the very end.Solid acting with a great start, but the slow pace half-way through bogs down the story.