Lizzie (2018) 1080p YIFY Movie

Lizzie (2018) 1080p

Lizzie is a movie starring Kristen Stewart, Chlo? Sevigny, and Fiona Shaw. A psychological thriller based on the infamous 1892 murders of the Borden family.

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  • Genre: Biography | Crime
  • Quality: 1080p
  • Size: 2.03G
  • Resolution: / fps
  • Language: English
  • Run Time: 105
  • IMDB Rating: 5.7/10 
  • MPR: Normal
  • Peers/Seeds: 5 / 13

The Synopsis for Lizzie (2018) 1080p

In 1892, after the Borden family welcomes a new Irish maid called Bridget Sullivan (Kristen Stewart), she and Lizzie (Chlo? 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.

The Director and Players for Lizzie (2018) 1080p

[Director]Craig William Macneill
[Role:]Chloe Sevigny
[Role:]Kim Dickens
[Role:]Kristen Stewart
[Role:]Fiona Shaw

The Reviews for Lizzie (2018) 1080p

Definitely the best Lizzie Borden film yet.Reviewed bytkaine3Vote: 8/10

Finally one of the most perplexing murder cases in American history is portrayed in such a way I can finally connect with Lizzie Borden's story and come away with some sort of understanding.

Besieged with emotion, great acting and a few graphic scenes this film is definitely underrated. Many will claim some of the story was stretched or they had no legitimate facts to back some scenes but the fact that some things will always remain a mystery and can only be told through speculation I believe gives credence to why this case is still a gripping tale more than a hundred years later. The pace of this film was incredible because people fail to realize how hard it is telling a story that everyone has heard before and knows how it will end, this film had more then it's share of quiet or say somber scenes but I never for a second got bored.The writers and director were very careful and meticulous by keeping the focus on developing the characters and showing you insights into their psyche that way giving you more of a connection into the dreaded events that partake in the end. This film is not hard to keep up with it's very straight forward and it all connects at the end..

This film I give an eight(8) Definitely worth the watch updated with great acting and adult content the best pace and storyline out of every film I saw about Lizzie and flat out the best Lizzie Borden film yet. This one just makes the most sense..

Watch it for the acting performances from Chloe Sevigny and Kristin StewartReviewed bypaul-allaerVote: 6/10

"Lizzie" (2018 release; 105 min.) is a bio-pic about Lizzie Borden. As the movie opens, we are told it is "August 4, 1892", and we see Lizzie walking around in the garden, and then going into the house, where we hear her scream and the camera shows a heavily mutated slain body. We then go to "6 Months Earlier", as we get to know Bridget, an Irish girl who has gotten work as a maid in the Borden family that is ruled with an iron fist by Lizzie's dad. Lizzie and Bridget strike up an unlikely friendship... To tell you more of the plot would spoil your viewing experience, you'll just have to see for yourself how it all plays out.

Couple of comments: this is the 2nd feature length from up-and-coming director Craig William Macneill. Here he brings the latest Lizzie Borden movie adaptation (it'e been a TV movie several times over). While this is in a sense a "whodunnit" movie, as we are eager to find out exactly what happened on that August 4, 1892, it really is far more than that: Macneill is interested in showing us the atmosphere within which the Borden family (and maid) were living in. Bware: almost the entire film plays out in the Borden house, so at times this very much has the feeling of a stage play. On top of that, the music is sparse. It all has a bit of a claustrophobic feel to it. But the most important thing the movie has going for it are the terrific performances from the two lead actresses, Chloe Sevigny (who also co-produced) and Kristin Stewart. Yes, Stewart at times uses her patented "pained look", at quite effectively within the circumstances.

"Lizzie" premiered at this year's Sundance film festival, to positive buzz. It finally opened this weekend at my local art-house theater here in Cincinnati, and I couldn't wait to see it. The Sunday early evening screening where I saw this at was attended dismally (3 people, including myself). If you are interested in a decent character study set in the late 19th century and blesses with some wonderful acting performances, I'd readily suggest you check this out, be it in the theater, on VOD, or eventually on DVD/Blu-ray, and draw your own conclusion,

Speculative but well-made take on one of America's most famous crimesReviewed bydrownnnsodaVote: 7/10

"Lizzie" chronicles one of America's most famous crimes-the hatchet murders of prominent Massachusetts businessman Andrew Borden and his wife, Abby. The suspect? His spinster daughter, Lizzie, whose name has gone down in infamy.

Originally a passion project for star Chlo? Sevigny, around whom talk has circled for nearly a decade regarding a Lizzie Borden biopic/miniseries, "Lizzie" is a well-made psychological drama that will likely satisfy as many people as it will utterly alienate. The screenplay here, as with any kind of historical fiction, takes liberties and makes speculations, the most singular being that Lizzie committed the murders after her father uncovered a romantic relationship between her and the Bordens' house servant, an Irish immigrant named Bridget Sullivan. While this is obviously speculative, when one actually sits and considers the written accounts and evidence, it is not necessarily unlikely, and is a position that has been argued by several historians and journalists. Did it really happen this way? We will never know for sure.

That aside, this take on the material is above-average in many ways: It's well-shot and atmospheric, with just the right touches of the Victorian Gothic. It's also remarkably well-acted, with Sevigny surprisingly turning in a convincing performance as Borden (as a huge fan of her work, I was personally skeptical of whether the role would fit her right). Kristen Stewart is perhaps more shockingly good as Bridget, the servant caught in the eye of the storm. I do feel the film stumbles a bit in terms of its narrative structure, as it begins with a snippet of the crime's "discovery," then loops back to the build-up before cutting away again just before the killings. The gritty details then are presented in a flashback which, though effective, I think would have better served as a straightforward conclusion in a chronological account. The court scenes that rear themselves in the last act, though brief, feel dull and ultimately draw the viewer out of the core narrative; and, given that the audience ostensibly already knows how it ends, I feel the filmmakers would have benefitted from laying the story out in a no-nonsense fashion.

Despite these narrative pitfalls, I still found "Lizzie" a compelling take on a rather common (and frankly well-supported) theory regarding the Borden murders. Did it happen exactly this way? Probably not. But there is potential truth here. And even if there's not, the story itself remains compelling all the same. 7/10.

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