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About Lizzy

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  1. Saw this tonight and was very impressed it's not an easy watch (most walkouts I've every seen in a cinema) but I really thought it was great. It's most definitely falls into horror category for me especially the home invasion sequence which managed to keep raising the tension levels throughout.
  2. I'm not trying to be obtuse but I don't get what your point is here?
  3. It's a pretty great interview on that podcast as they manage to cover nearly every step of her career.
  4. Best case for its box office I'm guessing is that it's from such a popular book series maybe fans will still give it a chance?
  5. Scorsese on mother!
  6. God this was dull. Page and Norton were the only actors who added anything to this film by making their characters a little more interesting. Boring, overlong and not at all frightening with the bizarre choice of killing off the best actresses in it halfway through. A well deserved F
  7. I've seen it three times at the cinema and found it to be a very absorbing rewatch also I now know when to cover my eyes.
  8. At least at Cineworld
  9. Is it wrong that I found the first part very, very funny? It was like the blackest of comedies as these guests would not leave and kept just doing whatever the fuck they wanted as your following the only character who's acting like a sane person would under the circumstances and no one will even listen to her. After the second book is released and things just keep escalating within seconds as the character literally moves from room to room the tension is horrible, I just felt anxious the whole time. The acting and direction is amazing would rate this an A
  10. I'm off to see it tonight and your thoughts on the film are making me look forward even more.
  11. Comparing mother to American Assassin tickets pre booked at by local cinema, both are rated 18 in the UK and released today. AA has 6 screenings and has sold 106 tickets, mother! Has eight screenings and has sold 259.
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