The Jeffrey Dahmer Files

The Jeffrey Dahmer Files

An experimental documentary film that uses archival footage, interviews, and fictionalized scenarios to tell the story of the people around Jeffrey Dahmer during the summer of his arrest in 1991.

An experimental documentary film that uses archival footage, interviews, and fictionalized scenarios to tell the story of the people around Jeffrey Dahmer during the summer of his arrest in 1991. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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The Jeffrey Dahmer Files torrent reviews

Bill R (ru) wrote: the first movie took me by surprise, a scary little story that was a random pick on a Netflix night. this just feels like they are trying to ride the coat tails of the first. the actors have done better stuff and I've seen them act better too. it felt like they were just there to say the lines and be done with it. didn't have much for scares or suspense either. skippable.

William W (gb) wrote: A very warm movie, talking about identity and family

Dave S (br) wrote: Elisabeth Shue, please keep working. For roughly the first hour it seems like this is going to be just another minor variation on the one noir story filmmakers love to retell (is the genre really that limited?), albeit one with some nice quirk added. Then the final third finally starts piling up the twists and it gets fun again. Some people might be put off by the humor, but if you're okay with the absurd this is worth a look.

Heather B (ag) wrote: This looks really funny! Def want to see!!!!

Justin B (fr) wrote: A few actors that have had their time to (try to) shine. An alright story. Nothing too special, really.

Muffin M (mx) wrote: Ben (John Ritter) and Flo Healy (Amy Yasbeck) want a young child of their own, but Flo is incapable of having a child herself. Enter Junior (Michael Oliver), a little monster who has been to foster parents' homes since he was a baby and always made himself get thrown out so one day he goes to the orphanage and causes trouble for the poor nuns (although some of them deserved it). So Ben and Flo go to adopt a child and the administrator, Peabody, cons them into taking Junior off their hands. Junior goes home with the Healys to a nice house which includes a bedroom full of clowns! Ben takes an immediate love to his son, no matter what the horrible things he does, even though he injured his grandfather (Jack Warden), a bigoted politician, really turned a birthday party into a "blast", sicks a bear onto campers on a camping trip, and even goes on a joyride with convicted killer Martin Beck (Michael Richards)!also stars Peter Jurasik, Charlotte Akin and Anna Marie Alfred.directed by Dennis Dugan.

Joseph H (br) wrote: pretty good.seen it as a kid.thought it was real good.

Tyler S (fr) wrote: I loved this movie as a kid..The film has a wild cast of characters in both genders, and all kinds of types. The film is what it is....a cheesy police comedy with a silly plot and some funny moments...Don't expect a lot here...it is what it is...and somehow it created a string of 5 sequels.

Reese J (kr) wrote: Maybe not Tarantino's best, but his characters and writing style is still interesting and engaging enough that you can at least laugh at the jokes. Zo Bell of course is playing herself, and is a welcome delight!

David S (jp) wrote: Was just an ok mystery thriller drama. Nothing too special at all, feel like I've seen the angry dad seeking revenge on a dead family member before.