A worthy tale, mimicked by Eddie Redmayne's impressive interpretation of an emotional arrival to the man we know today as the brilliant Stephen Hawking. With all angles considered, strength, love, perseverance, courage and humour, this mans triumph in the face of adversity will gain even deeper respect.
It's really hard not to show some level of empathy to the woman who's life was filled with people who used and abused her. Was she paranoid? Did she have reason to be? This was a survivor who became a murderer
A film that can determine many layers, depending how much of a deep thinker you may be. It's metaphorical, it's a message, it's a really big hint to the controlled masses, it's a study of personalities and an internal struggle. Fight club is a memorable, one of a kind film ... is it really about a fight club?
Nick Broomfield documenting the lead up to the execution of one of the most infamous female killers, was Aileen a product of her upbringing? A perpetrator or victim? Mad or bad? Broomfield's style provokes all of those to be questioned, whilst also cashing in like many others on the life and death of wuornos.
Wow!!! Both the best film I'd seen for a while and possibly the most disturbing. I was hovering over the pause button all the way through due to the uncomfortableness of the storyline, but it's the bravery of the story telling and the uniqueness of the the tale that gives a voice to the unmentionable abuse that's suffered by many.
This film has reminders of 21 jump street, Charlie & Boots and a number of other films. It starts trying out the shock and seems a little over the top, but it soon grows into a watchable, albeit predictable, enjoyable comedy, with a few classic moments
After so many years this was an interesting watch, in some respects things may not have moved forward, in others, what seemed so far away from the UK is perhaps a little more real. Cuba goosing jr, never quite seemed suited to this character to me, whilst the rest of the cast were. A nostalgic watch from teen days