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(2375) 5.7 110 min 2018

Charlie Says is a movie starring Hannah Murray, Matt Smith, and Sosie Bacon. The tragic tale of an all-American girl who was transformed into a cold-blooded killer in the summer of 1969.

Marianne Rendón, Matt Smith, Sosie Bacon, Hannah Murray
Drama, Crime, Biography
Mary Harron

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Drama, Crime, Biography
Director Mary Harron
Writer Guinevere Turner, Karlene Faith, Ed Sanders
Stars Marianne Rendón, Matt Smith, Sosie Bacon, Hannah Murray
Country USA
Also Known As As Discípulas de Charles Manson, Charlie mówi, チャーリー・セズ マンソンの女たち, Nobody, O Culto de Manson
Runtime 1H 50M
Description August 9, 1969 is a day that will live in infamy. Hollywood's most beautiful actress Sharon Tate, wife of director Roman Polanski, is murdered at 10050 Cielo Drive along with her friend Jay Sebring and two other guests. The culprits behind this morbid crime were a notorious cult known as The Manson Family who were led by Charles "Charlie" Manson, a failed musician who founded the family consisting of underage teenagers. But what motivated him to enact Sharon Tate's murder? The answer lies through the point-of-view from three young followers who grew attracted to Charlie and slowly begin to descend into his world of madness.

Top reviews

Tuesday, 02 Jun 2020 15:22

*This was not made to be a deep character study* How did we get here? This was the question all the characters involved in the making of "How It Got Away From Us" wanted to know. That is how they were trying to get away from their feelings of guilt. "I'm the guy who did it." Maybe, in some way, he was. Or maybe he was just.well. It wasn't until after the credits rolled that we were given an answer. The answers were along the lines of "he couldn't be the killer because he was mad at the world and he was just sorry." "But he did it anyway because he felt bad." So, they were never really able to separate the guilt of the two. That may have been a possibility, but I don't know how they determined that. Even if it was guilt, it didn't matter because they could never be sure. As good as the acting was, the director could have done a much better job, by shying away from scenes that could have used some thought and just letting the pieces fall into place. I felt like they gave away a lot of information at the beginning of the movie and ended up withholding it all throughout the movie. Another problem was the ending. By giving away that they were coming clean and with the help of a third person, it was hard to know what to make of the story. There was no real closure. At times, I thought the film was trying to be too clever. I was like, "OK, I understand what the ending is, but what was the ending?" I think the movie could have done with a little less honesty about who was who and the truth behind the story. But it was still a pretty good film. I would definitely recommend it.
Monday, 18 May 2020 12:09

After the success of Les Miserables, Mel Gibson becomes an overnight superstar. Unfortunately, Hollywood keeps giving him chances to do more, and more. This is the story of Gibson's first career, which became an instant hit in Britain and America. Great talent, great money, and a great director. Gibson returns to Hollywood in 1948, intent on getting another shot at Hollywood's top limelight. He thinks he's got a deal with MGM. He was a good actor back in Hollywood, but couldn't break through to the big leagues. One of his first films is a commercial failure in London. Then he goes back to America, where his casting director took a liking to him. Gibson is an inexperienced young man who doesn't know much about Hollywood. He has no idea how to make films. In the most cliche of Hollywood stories, a Hollywood director is turned down for a part. So Gibson sets about learning Hollywood. He has a copy of a Hollywood script, which he reads off a radio while walking to work. He goes back to school and learns about Hollywood films. He listens to the radio for a while too, learning the sound of a movie star's voice. He becomes fascinated with Hollywood and they're way of making films. He becomes the odd man out when a new Hollywood studio is built in New York. With this new studio and a manager in New York, he gets started on his career. His first attempt at a movie isn't a hit. Hollywood seems to be ready to let him go. Gibson wants to continue to make films, but this time his casting director wants to see him succeed. In time, he gets a job as a writer for a TV show called "A Wild and Crazy Guy". There he gets the chance to try out his acting ability. Unfortunately, he doesn't get a job with a big Hollywood studio, but with a small film company in New York. The producer is a young woman, played by Reese Witherspoon. She's a director in her late twenties who gets Gibson and Gibson's wife (Katherine Heigl) to work on her film. Witherspoon is good at playing the crazy older woman. In the meantime, Gibson has to adapt to a new school of film. Gibson is forced to do something different. He's cast as the lead in a film called "Bridget Jones's Diary". The problem with that movie is that it's not a movie. He doesn't get the chance to do his first big Hollywood movie. In order to find a break with Gibson, he shows up at the screenwriter's house. He's the writer for Bridget Jones's Diary. A number of Hollywood stars are there to see the young director. It's great fun watching them. He gets some of them to write their parts. The actress who plays Bridget Jones is very good. She does an excellent job in the role. The real star of the show though is the brilliant director Harry Lloyd. He is the glue that holds everything together. The guy can put any movie together. He directs Gibson's first big Hollywood movie. His first feature is a hit in Britain, but not in America. After watching this, it's hard to believe how good an actor Gibson really was. Then he does his first big Hollywood film. It's too bad that the studios don't seem to have much interest in him after this. Maybe they were waiting for the right movie to cast him again. It's a shame that Gibson has to wait so long to have a Hollywood hit.
Thursday, 16 Apr 2020 11:48

I've seen this movie a few years ago and I like it a lot. The plot is very interesting. Even though it is a true story, the movie makes it seem very realistic. I also like how it shows that the cast, despite the fact that they are not "famous" or famous enough, still can do a lot of work, and the movie shows that even with all the bad press and reviews about them, they are still people who want to work and can give a good work. I also like the movie as it shows how people work and work hard. Another thing that I like is how it shows the "status" of the movie. As long as it is original, it makes it more powerful. I also think that it has a lot of human drama. The actors all work very hard to make the movie real, as it should be. They have to play a lot of different roles to make it real. For me, this is one of the most important things in a movie. A lot of things are just done "silly" to make it more realistic. I think that this is the most important thing in the whole movie. The cinematography, the colors, the music, the background, everything is done very well. I also liked the music a lot. Sometimes the music goes a bit too "realistic" (and it should) but the last scene with the song about love and forgiveness is fantastic. I think that the music and the cinematography makes the movie even more realistic and makes it even more powerful. The actors all did a good job in making the movie real. Not only did they work hard, but they also did something that they couldn't do. They didn't just have to say "Okay, we are a great actor and we can do this or that". They had to act. This also helped in making the movie much more realistic and more powerful. I also like the fact that this movie doesn't try to make any points about people in society and instead shows how people work, what they do, how they live, what they want, what they need. I like that. It's the most important part in a movie and also helps to make the movie more powerful. I also like how it showed how people work even in the "big city" and how the issues of people working in a big city are not the same as in the middle of nowhere. I also like the fact that the story was not too slow. The ending was pretty good as well. I also like how this movie showed the reality of the roles and how they work. I think that this is one of the best movies I've seen so far. It's realistic, it's good, it's great, it makes you think and it makes you feel good about your life. It also shows that even though you don't have many talents, you can still be good at something. I think that it's a good movie.
Thursday, 16 Apr 2020 09:55

A film about one man's vision of an ideal city, and the challenges that city management has to face. The film ends as an interesting commentary on the perils of getting away from reality in pursuit of something greater. The film is also a reflection on the city of Buenos Aires, the capital of Argentina, which, as most people know, is not as clean as it should be. The leader of the film is Arno Dali, a journalist, and Miki Balague, a journalist who is writing an article about the city. The film is about finding a balance between the realities of living in Buenos Aires and the realities of living in a media-created, controlled reality. The film tells the story of how a man finds his vision and tries to make it come true in the city of Buenos Aires. The movie starts out with a dramatic scene in a car, and it's a bit of an anticlimax. However, there are some moments that are worth the price of admission. This film has some fantastic moments. It's like watching a documentary, except it's based on a novel and doesn't have that action-packed opening. The movie does start to get interesting about halfway through. It shows the city in a whole different light, and a great deal of it happens in the streets and at night, as well as in the restaurants and hotels. The actor playing the journalist is excellent, and he is aided by a very fine actress who does her job very well. Overall, the movie was very good, although the acting was a bit uneven. As an entertainment, however, it was very good. It's a good story about a man's love for the city, and it's about living in a city in which people seem to be hiding a major crime. It's a very entertaining movie, and it shows how living in the city can sometimes be a living hell. It shows how a media-controlled city in which people are trying to do the right thing, gets out of control. It shows how a true love and passion can come from being in a city and getting involved with it.

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