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Heavenly Creatures 1994 123movies

Heavenly Creatures 1994 123movies

Not all angels are innocent.Sep. 12, 1994109 Min.
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#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – Based on the true story of Juliet Hulme and Pauline Parker, two close friends who share a love of fantasy and literature, who conspire to kill Pauline’s mother when she tries to end the girls’ intense and obsessive relationship.
Plot: Wealthy and precocious teenager Juliet transfers from England to New Zealand with her family, and soon befriends the quiet, brooding Pauline through their shared love of fantasy and literature. When their parents begin to suspect that their increasingly intense and obsessive bond is becoming unhealthy, the girls hatch a dark plan for those who threaten to keep them apart.
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A disturbing story told with imagination and confidence by a talented director and lead actresses
When Juliet Hulme moves from England to New Zealand with her parents, she meets Pauline Rieper – a rather disaffected girl who is happy to have a friend. As they get to know each other, Pauline is pulled into the fantasy world of Royals and scandal that Juliet has written. However as the two fall deeper and deeper into the characters they have created, their relationship becomes ever more intense and their parents step in to separate them. Facing a geographical separation, the two plot to take revenge on the adults who seek to split them up.

At the time of release I remember thinking that this was an unusual film for Peter Jackson to have made given that he was more of a gore merchant as I was aware. Watching it not it still feels like a strange film for him to have done, but now it is for different reasons – that is, that he has made one of the biggest trilogies of all time™ etc! Ignoring his previous and later works, this is a great little film and it acts as a showcase for Jackson as it shows he can be imaginative and also sensitive when required – certainly coming to this on the back of Bad Taste, I had low expectations on how he would do it but he did it. The true story is adapted from Pauline’s diaries and, while it must be impossible to see how they saw the world, the fantastic fantasy worlds we see here are better than the probably quite repressed world they had in mind – from this film I saw the two as being more insular and self defensive than the elaborate fantasy scenes would suggest. The film did well to depict their relationship, immediately having worrying signs but being the sort of thing kids do – and the killing hinted at by the film’s opening is brutal and unpleasant – we are never allowed to side with these people.

The direction is great, creating normal domestic scenes with the same confidence as it uses full size plastic models within the fantasy sequences.

The cast also do well, in particular two great lead performances. Naturally Winslet gets all the kudos for her character is ott at times and spins wildly emotionally – a hard role to carry off but she does it very well and showed great promise (even if she looks too old for the role in my opinion). Lynskey impressed me much more as her role was more controlled and was delivered a lot better by an actress who looked like a shy, embarrassed little girl. Both were great for different reasons and they are a big reason this film works so well. Support from the likes of O’Connor, Kent and a few other well known faces are also good but there is never a question about their role within the film – they are supporting the main two.

Overall I imagine this film will get a audience boost now as lots of LOTR fans go trawling through Jackson’s back catalogue to see what else he has done (boy are they in for a surprise!) and I’m glad more people will see it.

The direction is great and it delivers a complex story in a colourful and fanciful manner, but the main praise should go to the two lead actresses who deal with really difficult characters and do so in a confident and believable manner – even if the material means that many of us will want to find what they did abhorrent.

Review By: bob the moo Rating: Date: 2004-07-10
A cinematic injustice….
A decade has come and gone since ‘Heavenly Creatures’ first graced cinema screens. It brought its director, Peter Jackson, and the second leading lady of the film, Kate Winslet, immediate international recognition. Unfortunately, the main leading lady, and indeed the real star of the movie, Melanie Lynskey was a victim of the film’s global popularity. She received no publicity of any kind, particularly here in Britain, and remained every bit of the unknown she had been, prior to being discovered. To this day, Lynskey remains unknown in the United Kingdom. She, along with Kate Winslet, brought a hell of a lot of talent to bear when she became her character, but she was treated so shabbily by the people who could have elevated her career, as they had done with Kate Winslet. Her portrayal of Pauline Parker was the most visible sign of her talent. The scenes of friendship, love, passion and their shared hysteria as they commit the murder of Pauline’s mother were a testament to Frances Walsh’s belief in Lynskey’s acting ability. She should have been rewarded with the kind of international success that Kate received. She got nothing, but three years of career-destroying obscurity. Yet, like her friend Drew Barrymore, she came back. Unlike Drew, Lynskey is still flying too low under Hollywood’s radar. US and UK celebrity-based magazines have to start noticing and acknowledging her presence on the movie scene.
Review By: sigismond Rating: 10 Date: 2005-06-18

Other Information:

Original Title Heavenly Creatures
Release Date 1994-09-12
Release Year 1994

Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 39 min (99 min), 1 hr 48 min (108 min) (uncut) (USA)
Budget 5000000
Revenue 3049135
Status Released
Rated R
Genre Biography, Crime, Drama, Thriller
Director Peter Jackson
Writer Fran Walsh (screenplay), Peter Jackson (screenplay)
Actors Melanie Lynskey, Kate Winslet, Sarah Peirse, Diana Kent
Country New Zealand, Germany
Awards Nominated for 1 Oscar. Another 17 wins & 14 nominations.
Production Company Miramax Films
Website N/A

Technical Information:

Sound Mix Dolby Digital
Aspect Ratio 2.35 : 1
Camera Arriflex Cameras and Lenses
Laboratory Film Unit, Avalon, New Zealand
Film Length 2,716 m (Sweden, cut version), 2,971 m
Negative Format 35 mm (Eastman)
Cinematographic Process Super 35
Printed Film Format 35 mm (anamorphic)

Heavenly Creatures 1994 123movies
Heavenly Creatures 1994 123movies
Heavenly Creatures 1994 123movies
Heavenly Creatures 1994 123movies
Heavenly Creatures 1994 123movies
Heavenly Creatures 1994 123movies
Heavenly Creatures 1994 123movies
Original title Heavenly Creatures
TMDb Rating 7 614 votes

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