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Lizzie is a movie starring Chloë Sevigny, Kristen Stewart, and Jeff Perry. A psychological thriller based on the infamous 1892 murders of Lizzie Andrew Borden's family.

Other Titles
Οι φόνοι της οικογένειας Μπόρντεν, A Vingança de Lizzie Borden, Lizzie Borden - Mord aus Verzweiflung, El asesinato de la familia Borden, モンスターズ 悪魔の復讐
Running Time
1 hours 45 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Thriller, Biography, Mystery, Crime, Horror, Drama
Craig William Macneill
Bryce Kass
Kristen Stewart, Chloë Sevigny, Jeff Perry, Fiona Shaw
Audio Languages
Deutsch, English, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

In 1892, after the Borden family welcomes a new Irish maid called Bridget Sullivan (Kristen Stewart), she and Lizzie (Chloë Sevigny) become friends. The friendship between these women becomes something more, even as Lizzie's relationship with her own parents unravels at a frightening level.

Comments about thriller «Lizzie» (6)

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Like a lot of movies I watched during the weekend, I had my expectations set for this one. But I have to say that I was pretty disappointed. First of all, the storyline was a little disjointed. Then, there were some parts where the movie just became confusing. The direction was pretty good and the performances were good but I didn't think the characters were fleshed out enough. I mean I know that you have to show the audience how a murderer really is before you start writing the story, but I didn't think they did a very good job at showing how the killer is really different from what we know. I think I would have liked the movie a lot more if it had been told from the point of view of the main character rather than her best friend who was also a killer. In the end, I think it was just a good movie, it's not a bad movie, just not great. The ending of the movie was also pretty disappointing because I thought the movie was going to show us what the killer was really like and how the main character was actually attracted to him. I think the director wanted us to think that, but in the end, he wanted us to believe that Lizzie's best friend, who is actually a murderer, is a decent guy. I think the movie could have been better if it had gone into Lizzie's point of view. I think it would have made the movie more realistic. I think it would have also been more realistic for the movie to show us what Lizzie really was feeling. I think the movie had a good story but it should have been better.

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Sandra Sullivan

It's not like it's supposed to be a slasher film, but the film's not bad at all, and it does have a nice twist in it. However, I didn't really like the ending of the film. I felt it was a bit of a letdown. I think if they left it on, it would have worked better. I also found it to be a bit odd that she never said her name, then she never said her name at the end. Overall, it's a nice film that I would recommend.

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Willie Mason

This is a very good thriller, I was pleasantly surprised by the conclusion. Lizzie is a former playmate of a young girl, now a teenager, who is kidnapped by a group of people and killed in a bizarre fashion. This is the first of two films I have seen Lizzie, now this is a story about a young girl who is kidnapped by a group of people, and her tragic death. Although I thought it was too long, it was well shot and paced. The character development was good, the deaths were well done, and the ending was worth the wait.

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The story is the premise that Lizzie Borden (played by Jennifer Jason Leigh) is a journalist who's job is to write articles about the horrific crimes that are taking place. Lizzie discovers that her own father, James (played by Matthew McConaughey) is the serial killer who's murdering the children that he "rescues". I won't give away the plot, but the film takes place during the election year of 2004 and the politician running for the office of President is named John Kerry (played by Edward Burns). A short film is also shown of Lizzie's father that she's written about in the newspaper. After Lizzie becomes very depressed and begins hallucinating, her brother Frank (played by Jake Busey) and her mother Edna (played by Rosanna Arquette) try to help her. At first, it's a struggle for Lizzie to get help from the school nurse, because she's so depressed that she needs to sleep and eat a lot. They also have to get Lizzie the psychiatrist she needs, and when Lizzie does get the psychiatrist, they also have to get Lizzie the teacher she needs, but the nurse has a problem with the teacher. Then, the film becomes a bit of a horror story, because Lizzie's father shows up in the movie and starts killing. At first, he's just killing the victims he rescues, but then, he starts killing people that he "rescues" and after he kills a boy, Lizzie's mother decides that she's done with the family and asks her daughter to leave. This is a good movie for people who like horror movies. It's not the kind of movie I would recommend to people who just want to go to a movie, but it's a good movie to watch if you're just looking for a good scare. The acting was great in this movie. The only real downside of this movie is that it's very predictable. The acting was good, and the story was good, but it's not a movie I would recommend for people who just want to go to a movie, but it's a good movie to watch if you're looking for a good scare.

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Jean F.

This movie is not for everyone. It is a mystery, which is a hard one to solve. The story starts out slow, but ends in a dramatic and shocking way. The acting is good, but it is not Oscar material. A good movie, but not for everyone. For the people who like a good mystery thriller, this movie is definitely worth a watch. 7/10

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Melissa Jones

After having seen the trailer and reading the book it was quite obvious that Lizzie Borden was going to be a complete mess in this film. As the film progressed the character started to develop. The last third of the film actually starts to develop Lizzie. But there are too many plot holes. I was annoyed at Lizzie's inability to change her mind. As well as that Lizzie's mum's character was flawed. She was obviously the biggest influence on Lizzie's personality. This would be a good film to watch with a group of friends or to watch alone. Lizzie's actions are tragic and I really liked the final scene. Lizzie was one of the best films I have seen in a while.