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Charlie Says

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.

Other Titles
Charlie mówi, As Discípulas de Charles Manson, チャーリー・セズ マンソンの女たち, O Culto de Manson, Nobody
Running Time
1 hours 50 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Crime, Biography, Drama
Director
Mary Harron
Writer
Guinevere Turner, Ed Sanders, Karlene Faith
Actors
Hannah Murray, Sosie Bacon, Marianne Rendón, Matt Smith
Country
USA
Year
2018
Audio Languages
Deutsch, English, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Three young women were sentenced to death in the infamous Manson murder case, but when the death penalty was lifted, their sentence became life imprisonment. One young graduate student was sent in to teach them - and through her we witness their transformations as they face the reality of their horrific crimes.

Comments about crime «Charlie Says» (9)

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Susan H.

I'm a bit surprised that this film has so little publicity. It's a decent film. It's got a good story, although a bit predictable, and some nice music, but the acting is top notch and the cinematography is great. The cast seems to have done a pretty good job, though the characters have flaws. In my view, though, the great performance by Sharon Stone is the best in the movie. She is a real powerhouse, playing a role that could have been nothing more than a fairly routine drama, but she manages to make it feel real and frightening. I think that Stone does her character of Joan Harris so well because she is such a great actress. I love her and I think she is one of the most underrated actors in the business. Some people will hate the film because it's so dark. Personally I think it's fantastic. It is genuinely frightening, and makes you wonder how many women can really be that scared of this man. The violence is real and the script is not afraid to show it. I think this is one of those movies that really hits home. It is a very real, but never frightening, piece of work. The cast is amazing, especially David Bowie, who is such a talented actor. He plays the character so well and his performance is certainly one of the best in the film. His performance is very different from his other roles, but he is so good and I think he deserves much more recognition. The direction is great and the cinematography is great, but I think the acting is the best thing in the movie. As mentioned, Sharon Stone is great in this. She really does make the film feel real. Even the supporting characters are good. Daniel Craig and Michael Caine do a great job as the cops. The supporting characters are solid too, but they aren't really given a lot to do. They are all very good. I really do like this movie. It's a good story and it's scary, but it is also extremely good. It's well worth seeing and I think you should see it if you like horror movies or if you are a fan of Sharon Stone.

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Albert Jacobs

A real gem of a film. If you like Carol Lynley and her wonderful performance, you will love this film.

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Andrea

. I could watch this movie over and over again and never get tired of it. I can't say I've ever seen a movie that has so much emotion, and that's coming from someone who doesn't like to watch movies much, but this one made me cry several times. A few times I was still in tears, but I could never stop watching. This movie is so moving and heartfelt, that you just want to cry all the way through. The acting in this movie is great. They are able to capture all the emotions that you would have felt in the situation. To anyone who hasn't seen this movie, I highly recommend it. I highly recommend it!

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Benjamin Diaz

My wife and I watched this film and we both loved it! It was extremely emotional and touching. The dialogue and the performances were brilliant. We both thought it was extremely realistic and it showed the fear and desperation that many people had. We thought the acting was excellent. Amy Adams was outstanding. I didn't know she was so talented! I didn't know she was so good! She was so realistic. I loved that her character could relate to so many people that are in such a situation. She's really amazing. We also liked that the movie showed the power of love and how it can be the key to ending all kinds of problems. The last scene in the movie was extremely powerful and moved me. It shows the pain that we all feel when we have to put our lives on hold to get the job done. If you have had to put your life on hold for a job, then you would understand what we're talking about. We both enjoyed this movie and would recommend it to everyone!

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Henry

It is no secret that there are 2 types of movie lovers, those who love to explore the cinema on a deep level and those who love to watch and enjoy the "white stuff". All of the above could easily be seen in this movie. The screenplay and the film's direction by the great Christopher Nolan would make the viewer lose the "white stuff" (or at least one of the first and second "white stuff") with their eye. I am talking about the romantic scenes between Charles Bronson and Diana Rigg. Bronson is portrayed by the great actor as the "Dark Knight" Batman. The dark, handsome, and almost masculine character is already notorious and outshines most of the others in the Batman family. One of the biggest criticisms of Bronson in this movie is the film's lack of a real villain. The character of "Hit-Man" in this movie, (Batman's secret partner) is a "gimmick" that could have been written into the script but that was not needed. The only thing that could have been more mysterious is how the Dark Knight is able to manage to play "the Joker" in his cell. Bronson does not have to play "the Joker" as "the Joker" played him in the comic books. The story is clever, believable, and actually interesting. The only problem is that the character of the Joker is not as well developed in the movie as he should have been. It is hard to guess what will happen next in the Joker's story. I think that if the director had taken more time to explore the Joker's character, maybe he would have been able to make a much better film. The Dark Knight Rises does exactly that. It also stands out for being one of the most beautiful and touching movies I have seen in a long time. It also shows us that the screenwriter and the director have a great talent for building up characters and telling a good story. If you love great movies, I strongly recommend the Dark Knight Rises.

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Sarah Gilbert

The man who made this movie is just a genius. It is absolutely flawless. When you look at it, you can't help but to think that the movie is like a dream. It's a simple story of how a mother and her daughter come to understand each other. The movie doesn't just show the process of bringing a girl to accept her mother, but how the process is so smooth, it's easy to understand. It also helps to understand what it means to be a mother. Sometimes, you just want to slap the bitch of a mother, but you don't know how to say it. That's what I thought when I first watched this movie. And the movie did just that. It even showed the process of making a dream come true. It was almost like watching a movie on how to make a dream come true. It was just like a dream. It was a dream. This movie, is one of the best movies I've ever seen. I'd never even heard of the movie until I watched it, and I'm not ashamed to say that I've been watching it every time it's on TV, and I'm not going to stop watching it. The movie is just awesome, it's just a classic. Don't wait for it to be out on DVD, go and watch it now. It's just that good. 9/10

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Scott Cunningham

This is a great story of a man whose life is completely altered by a car accident. While dealing with the consequences of his actions, he develops a relationship with a young girl. The director keeps the story from getting boring as it develops, and he presents the same events from the beginning to the end. The actors did a fantastic job. I liked how they used each actors' personalities and lived up to it. The atmosphere in the house is very interesting and it makes you feel very attached to the characters. The problem with this film is that it is too short. I would have liked more footage to see the emotional and psychological connection between the two protagonists, as well as their relationship. I would recommend this film for the entire family. My rating: 9/10

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Crystal

This movie was made by "X-Men: The Last Stand" director Bryan Singer and based on the screenplay by James Patterson. Singer was once a major comic book writer/director, with this movie being a kind of an "X-Men 2" on a much bigger scale. The story centers on an ordinary black man named Jamal Lover who goes to a high school in Texas for the first time. He is disappointed that no black students go to his school but rather people of other races. Jamal gets himself into trouble and is sent to prison but is freed and sent back to his high school. There he gets in trouble again and is sent to prison but is then sent to the house of his mother. He gets there and gets to know the teacher he was previously mistreated by. He decides to leave prison and get his education. He starts a new life in prison and has a lot of different experiences and everything is going to be great for him. This movie is a real step for the future of comics and director Bryan Singer has done a great job in this movie. The movie is very realistic, with the kind of storyline that only a film should have. He shows the reality of prisons in this movie and the real problems that have to be dealt with by the prisoners. Overall this is a very good movie and it should be watched for real comic book fans. The cast in this movie are all great, even without the original actors, the whole cast in this movie is great. Overall a great movie that you should see if you are a comic book fan.

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Andrea

No film ever struck me as being more rewarding to the eye than "Brutal Intentions". I loved this film from the beginning to the end. It was so well made, and the acting was so genuine. And I have to give special recognition to the masterful depiction of a young man's devastating childhood. It was such a wonderfully evocative story and with such a strong and powerful performance by Ben Johnson (as Max's father) it shows you how a strong, simple man can turn out to be so terrible. The film really gets you to care about the characters, and to feel for them in a way that you rarely do. "Brutal Intentions" is the best movie I have seen this year, and I recommend it to everyone.