General Information

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Released Year: 2018
Runtime: 97 minutes
Genre: History, Thriller
Directors: Piotr Szkopiak
Writers: Paul Szambowski, Piotr Szkopiak
Casts: Alex Pettyfer, Robert Wieckiewicz, Talulah Riley, Michael Gambon, Will Thorp, Henry Lloyd-Hughes, Piotr Stramowski, Gwilym Lee, Sam Marks, Chris Walker, Colin Buchanan, Ian Midlane, Anita Carey, Michael Byrne, Marko Leht
IMDB: The Last Witness (2018) - IMDB

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Reviews

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Chicago Tribune - Katie Walsh
Stylistically, Acrimony has moments of genius — slow camera movements that push in on Melinda, emphasizing Henson’s performance and the building pressure — but it’s also hilariously cheesy, and slightly chintzy, which adds to its schmaltzy charm.
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TheWrap - Alonso Duralde
While Tyler Perry’s Acrimony doesn’t quite live up to its stylish trailer — that water-torture sound design promises a floodgate that will burst at any moment — it’s the kind of “women’s picture” that used to be Joan Crawford’s bread and butter, the sort that allows its star to glamorously lose her grip in a succession of great outfits.
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The Film Stage - John Fink
Ambitious and deeply flawed, Acrimony may appeal to hardcore fans of The Room–it’s not every day a melodrama comes along that’s this fun precisely because it never takes itself seriously.
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The A.V. Club - Katie Rife
So what was Tyler Perry going for here? Based on the sanctimonious streak that runs throughout his work, one might posit that he was trying to wrap a gleefully outrageous thriller around a lesson on marriage, like a slice of bacon around a particularly bitter pill. Except, at some point, the bacon got hopelessly overcooked.

The Last Witness (2018)


A young, ambitious journalist risks love, career and ultimately his life to uncover the true identity of an Eastern European refugee and his connection to the British Government's collusion in the cover up of one of Stalin's most notorious crimes.