Nancy Grace's THE ELEVENTH VICTIM is a taut suspense-thriller that follows Atlanta Assistant District Attorney Hailey Dean (Jennie Garth) as she tirelessly pursues the conviction of a serial killer. Just when her courtroom prosecution of the murderer begins, Haileys fiancée is killed in a seemingly unrelated crime. Shattered by her personal loss, she moves to New York City and begins a new career as a therapist. When her clients start to turn up dead, one by one with the murderer using the same M.O. as the Atlanta serial killer she put behind bars she is forced back into the dark world she left behind to help catch a cold-blooded killer who could very well make her his next target.
Writer:Nancy Grace (based on the novel by), John Fasano
Based on the New York Times best-selling novel by Nancy Grace, the Lifetime Original Movie The Eleventh Victim is the ultimate suspense thriller. Atlanta Assistant DA Hailey Dean (Jennie Garth) goes after the really bad guys. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Jerome Y (ca) wrote: Most interesting thing I learned was the new comunity "Hot Pot Pack"... good story... !
Rodrigo S (br) wrote: Um filme diferente, completamente matemtico.Sensacional que a resposta (no (C) spoiler) (C) 42 (quem entendeu, entendeu)
Alec B (it) wrote: Its kind of a western (yes its set on an Island off the coast of Delaware with a bunch of Irishmen, but it fits with that genres typical themes), and an action comedy, and a zombie/horror film . . . the point is that its just got too much going on to work. You add in some ho-hum commentary on how all communities will inevitably collapse and you're left with a disappointing mess. If Romero wants to make any more movies he should just leave the zombie stuff alone, because he's probably said all that he can on this subject
Paul R (au) wrote: Chrysalis was so unremarkable and with a story so bland I had totally forgotten I had watched it until I was chatting with Lucky Pierre about films. Chrysalis is the French Sci-Fi thats bleak plot summary promises to be the Minority report with more thrills and guts, but it doesn't deliver. The plot seemed odd and forced to link together, this - combined with the dull and colourless style of the film made it just seem overall a very diluted and dreary film. In it's favour - there were a few nice set pieces, a couple of nice camera fly by's and some impressive fight scenes (which isn't surprising as it had the same stunt coordinator as The Bourne Identity) but although good, they just looked like slowed down versions of Bourne. These positives however were not enough to redeem the film. Chrysalis, like it's definition: The grey casing of an undeveloped butterfly.
Matthew J (mx) wrote: It's fun while it lasts, but this thriller is neither involving nor is it's ending clever.
Mikhail B (es) wrote: Profoundly interesting chronicles of Hitler's accession to power picking out bits and pieces of a small, offended lunatic's biography as he evolves into the Third Reich's sick leader. The director primarily manages to escape the cartoonish portrayal of Hitler, Robert Carlyle performance is very good, indeed, and the film is worth every minute of the 2,5 hours of watching.
Kim K (ru) wrote: If they had negative stars I would go in the negatives.
Harlot B (au) wrote: Good for any list with tags like 'homoerotic tension' and 'neurotic introvert' but as far as suspense/thrillers go, the endings in such movies are just too important to give this one a pass for ALMOST having a good ending.
Jason M (fr) wrote: One of the best action movies ever made.
Simon G (mx) wrote: Awful acting. Awful script. Awful all the way around. Good thing timberlake makes music now instead of movies.
Michael S (it) wrote: want to see it, although I can't stomach torture.
Hayden H (ag) wrote: Great performances from Shannon and Garfield make this movie what it is. But the source material is engrossing and interesting which the issue of the house market and the bank repos needs. A great overall true story thriller."B" is my final grade
Andrew M (nl) wrote: Brilliant. I'm surprised this isn't more popular.