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(14564) 6.2 107 min 2017

My Friend Dahmer is a movie starring Ross Lynch, Alex Wolff, and Anne Heche. A young Jeffrey Dahmer struggles to belong in high school.

Anne Heche, Zachary Davis Brown, Ross Lynch, Alex Wolff
Drama, Biography
Marc Meyers

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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, Biography
Director Marc Meyers
Writer Marc Meyers, John Backderf
Stars Anne Heche, Zachary Davis Brown, Ross Lynch, Alex Wolff
Country USA
Also Known As Meu Amigo Dahmer, O Despertar de Um Assassino, Doostam Dahmer, Mój przyjaciel Dahmer, Moj prijatelj Damer
Runtime 1H 47M
Description A young Jeffrey Dahmer struggles to belong in high school.

Top reviews

Wednesday, 08 Jul 2020 04:47

Michael R. Gilbert's (The Amazing Spider-Man 2, Dexter) "Ruthless" film debut is a quick witted and edgy, and amazingly played, satire of the serial killer subculture and the cruelty of social media. The film plays it straight and delivers a unique insight into the underground criminal world of true crimes. The result is an entertaining yet bleak look at the social world of the pervs, who are portrayed as normal, all consuming, and seemingly normal, until you start taking it more seriously. Even so, the film is often humorous, especially in a hilariously ironic moment in the middle of the film when the murderer uses his cell phone to direct people in a murder scene. He has no clue that people are going to be paying to see his decapitation. "Ruthless" is one of the better horror movies of 2017, and has a lot of unexpected twists, which come out of nowhere. The film is well acted, with very strong performances by the entire cast, especially Colin Farrell, who is simply great. The film also has some original and interesting ideas. The film also has some very dark, gory and realistic scenes, which are likely to make people uncomfortable. The film has a dark, serious tone that draws you in to the film, and is very difficult to take your eyes off of the screen. The film is certainly not for everyone, but if you're a fan of psychological films, "Ruthless" is definitely a must see. "Ruthless" is recommended for people who enjoy dark, violent, and satirical films, or those who are interested in the social media scene.
Sunday, 05 Jul 2020 19:50

I must say that I was quite surprised at how much I enjoyed this movie. The story is quite dramatic and original, and the acting is excellent. Kevin Bacon has really taken this character to a new level, and is a truly talented actor. The cast is superb, especially from Tom Noonan who is brilliant.The direction is excellent and I could really see the effects of the actors. I really enjoyed the way that the director portrayed the tension and fear and the beauty of the world that they created, and it was very real. The scene in the basement was quite tense and I enjoyed it very much, but that is all I will say about that. There are some bad parts, and I won't spoil the ending, but there were a few that I really didn't like. For example, I didn't like the fact that some characters were never really explained. I understand that it was necessary to make the characters original, but it was a little disappointing that some people didn't get to know the whole story and who the main characters were. I also didn't like the scene in the cemetery with the cemetary and the zombies. It was a little unrealistic and I couldn't help thinking that there must be more to the story, because in that scene they were walking around the graveyard, and were walking in a hurry. They didn't slow down, and were walking with all speed, but this didn't make sense, and I don't understand why they did that. I also didn't like the fact that when something happens, you don't see what happens, and you can't see the blood splattering and making a splash, it's so obvious that this thing was actually happening. All in all, I liked the movie, and I highly recommend it to any of you who are looking for a good story about a young man who became a monster, and the story behind his decision.
Wednesday, 17 Jun 2020 00:20

Jill (Lena Olin) is a younger cousin of Aaron, the deceased serial killer whose most famous victim was Jeff, an actor on the big screen. Soon Jill will discover the truth about Aaron. As an actor, Jeff was a handsome man. He was kindhearted, curious and an artist. Jeff also had a truly weird and unique taste for ladies. Jill's great uncle Sam (Tom Berenger) is an aging Hollywood producer who has been a struggling producer for years. He doesn't want to continue with his work and has recently married. The neighbors have tried to evict Sam from his home and he finally becomes homeless. The hotel in which he has been staying has offered him an opportunity to stay there. He takes the deal. However, he gets to know that the hotel does not want him. It turns out that the other guests at the hotel are the ones that are responsible for the loss of his life. Sam and Jill make plans to work together and help him to cope. Jill soon finds out that Sam was really a sadist and wanted to end his life. There are many more things that Jill must discover about his uncle before he can really know him. The cast also includes Michael Rispoli as Aaron's best friend and good friend, Larry Schwartzman as the hotel manager who gets hurt by the attack, and John Goodman as the police officer. There is also a great cameo by Matt Dillon, so you know this isn't your normal "teen slasher" type of film. The great thing about this film is that the viewer knows that the actors are portraying the real characters. The ending is the best part of the film. It is satisfying and a happy ending. The film is entertaining, but has a political message. The biggest problem is that the director/writer of this film, Rick Rosenthal, didn't really do a good job with this film. Also, it seemed like he was just adding material to the screenplay. You really have to pay attention because it is written very poorly. Another problem is that the character of Jill is really boring. I don't think I could ever watch her. She has an amazing body and a perfect face but I couldn't care less about her. I couldn't even feel sorry for her because she is such a boring character. Finally, I really felt that he was trying to make a statement, and I really didn't get that. Overall, I give this film a 3 out of 10.
Monday, 08 Jun 2020 16:11

Jeff Gordon and Jonah Hill are actors with some movie credits to their name. And in the latest season of "Friends" or "New Girl", they are about to be in big screen roles. That would explain the making of this film. Written by and starring Gordon and Hill, and directed by Peter Greenaway, "At Home With Jeff and Jonah" is about three best friends from Westlake High School in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. "Jeff" and "Jonah" (played by James Marsden and Ben Feldman) are pretty normal people with two aunts (played by Debra Messing and Molly Shannon). And of course, "Dahmer" (played by James Franco) is the other main character. But in this film, they are actually the two suspects that leads to the police investigation and ultimately results in Dahmer's arrest. The whole movie is told in flashback and is shot in a very authentic way. It gives a feeling of what it was like to actually be a high school student during that time period. But if this was not the case, it would have been a lot more cliche. And this is a little bit of a problem. It might seem a bit fake, but there is a reason for this. The film is really based on true events and is basically told from the perspective of Dahmer. At the beginning of the film, it seems like they are all living in some sort of utopia where the country was on the brink of a coming economic crisis. Dahmer is a prominent part of this utopia and his friends are living a blissful and comfortable life. But when his friends begin to be arrested and later killed, it starts to be clear that this utopia has a dark side. It was a sad story but I can imagine that it was something to be really real. This is a very personal film to me. It's about a very strange man who actually was a real person. The film is very down to earth and I could not help but like it. It's an interesting story and a little bit boring at some parts, but the film definitely has something to it. The film follows Jeff and Jonah through the whole six years of their high school lives. They are famous on campus and they get good grades and good jobs. They're good kids and they're popular. It's a happy story, and as the film unfolds, they begin to realize that the characters they know are not what they thought they were. They begin to realize that they're not the only "normal" people around. At some point, they are a little worried about their friends and about their own sanity. But after the first four minutes, you get this real emotional sense of friendship and what it is to really be a friend. The performances were good and there was a good story to it. But it does not have a perfect ending. Overall, "At Home With Jeff and Jonah" is a very interesting story about two teens and their friends and their time growing
Sunday, 31 May 2020 19:45

Mark Rylance, who I admire in his role as Llewelyn Moss, offers another powerful performance in this new British film about the curious life of a notorious serial killer in which he is the central figure. Rylance's commanding performance makes it impossible not to notice him in all of the roles that he's been in. Here he is pretty much the centrepiece, a scruffy, traumatised white-haired middle-aged man with a past and a cold-blooded streak. I was shocked and disturbed by how eloquent, articulate and richly played his performance is. I wasn't impressed by Frances McDormand's performance, a very good one in the usual way, but Rylance's is superbly directed. It is certainly one of his best roles. And then there's Angela Bettis, who comes across as a sympathetic, likable person as a woman who is caught in the middle of Rylance's world. This is a powerful, powerful performance. The plot of the film, though, is non-linear. There is a lot going on at one time, so we don't get all the information at once, but it's clear enough and the film moves at a steady pace. It is also very well filmed, the camera circling the streets, the camera tracking Rylance as he walks through the film and all the details are well done. The pacing of the film is excellent and it makes the film work on a big screen. This is a film that is well worth seeing. I've seen it many times and it stays with me. It is about a serial killer who was devoured by his victims, but the film doesn't really show this. It just focuses on Rylance's performance and on the few intimate moments that it is possible to have in a film. The film also tells the story of Rylance's relationship with his wife and with other family members, and it's also quite moving. There are some scenes where Rylance's wife, Madeleine, and Rylance's daughter, Joan, talk with a huge volume, making the whole film very hard to listen to at times. But overall the film is a strong one. As I said, it's very powerful and the performances are powerful. The film is well made and the direction and editing is also well done. It's not a huge film, but it is a good film and a very powerful one. This is a strong film and it deserves a lot of praise. This is an excellent film. I recommend it very highly.
Saturday, 30 May 2020 06:22

I'm not sure what's worse, but in this age of over-sexualized pictures and gore, it's hard to find a movie that can stand out. In order to find one, you have to look hard and you have to be prepared for a little crying and screaming. My Friend Dahmer is quite possibly the best movie I've seen all year. I'm not talking about the acting or the effects or the story. I'm talking about the portrayal of the characters. This movie is certainly not for the timid. You're going to be talking about it the next day. Seriously, this is a movie that you are going to talk about. I mean, we all talk about this movie. I can't recommend it highly enough. My Friend Dahmer is really quite an extraordinary movie. A perfect balance between the real life and the story. Everything you need is in this movie. There is some tension, some comedy, and of course, a little gory. I don't think there are many movies out there that come with the feeling of being real. It's really really hard to get your head around how someone can be gay and still be scary. But in this film, it's right on. I've never been a big fan of the Diary. It's the kind of film that the kids don't talk about for years. But this is a great way to show how a diary can be so powerful. One thing I'm going to tell you about this movie is, I watched it twice. I would say, this is the best movie of the year. So many movies, in my opinion, just aren't as good as this. I have two comments. One, I think there's no reason to watch this movie twice. Two, I think that people should take it more seriously. The Diary is a masterpiece of a movie. I can't even say that. But the people who want to see a movie that is far different from the norm, look no further. My Friend Dahmer is for you.
Sunday, 19 Apr 2020 21:10

It's often said that "Life is not about when you die" but more often than not, it's about how you lived that mattered and I am here to argue that this is not the case. "Life is about when you die" would have been more useful to this film in making you think about the time you lived in the face of dying. That said, "Life is about when you live", in the context of this film, meant the people in the film. It's a simple enough theme, it's only about one person and that person is Jeffrey Dahmer, a young man from Pennsylvania who created a raunchy, yet creepy, pornographic website and became a prominent part of the town's popular and rich small-town population. Dahmer is portrayed by Justin Theroux, the son of famed actor Ben Affleck, and the movie goes through the real-life events that led to his life being torn apart. The most prominent reason to watch the movie is for Justin Theroux. He's really good. There's not a lot to say about his performance. There's not much of a cast here, but Theroux is absolutely brilliant, and we will see more of him in the future. I found the plot in the film interesting, but less interesting than the life the story was based on. I didn't feel like I had a good grasp on the past, present, or future of this young man, and I didn't care much for the characters involved. The acting is really good, as is the writing and directing. I did like the writing and the dialog, but I felt like there were a lot of things that were not very clear. I was also surprised by how much I actually cared about these characters, and the film tried to show me some of that. I didn't feel as though the movie was nearly as slow as it seemed at times. It was very fast-paced, and that's good. I was actually surprised how much I cared about this story. This movie is not for everyone, but I believe that even people who don't like this kind of movie would find it fascinating. I can't say this movie is great, but it was a good story, and I found it to be worth watching.

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