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Flowers in the Attic
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Flowers in the Attic

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After the shocking death of the father of the four Dollanganger children they are compelled to stay hidden in the attic of their barbaric grandmother.
Actors: John Emmet Tracy,
John Emmet Tracy
John Emmet Tracy 2 July 1969, Chicago, Illinois, USA
Ellen Burstyn,
Ellen Burstyn
Ellen Burstyn 7 December 1932, Detroit, Michigan, USA
Xantha Radley,
Xantha Radley
Xantha Radley 30 December 1974, Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Ian Robison,
Ian Robison
Ian Robison 22 July 1965, Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Don Thompson,
Don Thompson
Don Thompson
Maxwell Kovach,
Maxwell Kovach
Maxwell Kovach
Laura Jaye,
Laura Jaye
Laura Jaye 1 June 1970, Columbus, Ohio, USA
Dylan Bruce,
Dylan Bruce
Dylan Bruce 21 April 1980, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Heather Graham,
Heather Graham
Heather Graham 29 January 1970, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA
Mason Dye,
Mason Dye
Mason Dye
Beau Daniels,
Beau Daniels
Beau Daniels
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Genre: Thriller
Director: Deborah Chow
Deborah Chow
Deborah Chow
Country: United States
Release: 2014
IMDb: 6.1
Quality:
Duration: 86 min
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Joyce Slaton
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January 21, 2014

'80s pulp novel gets creepy with evil adults, incest.
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Mary McNamara
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January 20, 2014

The problem is not that it's just terrible, but that it's also no fun. At all.
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Matt Roush
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January 17, 2014

Escape can't come too soon.
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Matt Zoller Seitz
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January 17, 2014

All the actors are spot-on, even ones who have just a few scenes.
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Mark A. Perigard
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January 21, 2014

The production moves at a brisk pace, and unlike the children's predicament, never feels claustrophobic.
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Tom Gliatto
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October 21, 2016

Flowers, both the book and the new movie, is completely absurd - if you want to gauge the absurdity, just know that one of the darkest secrets in the narrative involves a doughnut - but somehow also psychologically coherent. It has a grip.
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David Hinckley
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January 21, 2014

V.C. Andrews' popular and creepy 1979 novel Flowers in the Attic gets no favors from the scriptwriters in this latest adaptation.
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Hank Stuever
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January 17, 2014

I was particularly delighted when the children figured out that their mother was trying to kill them with powdered rat poison sprinkled on donuts, but this should all be a lot more frightening - or at least more unsettling - than it winds up being.
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Jean Bentley
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January 21, 2014

Frankly, the best Lifetime movies straddle that fine line between "totally engaging look at serious issues" and "overacted campy mess" very well, and "FitA" just didn't cut it. It was ... kinda boring, right?
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David Hiltbrand
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January 20, 2014

It was adapted into a middling creepy film in 1987. Now Lifetime has remade it as a sharper creepy TV movie.
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Bob Bloom

November 25, 2015

All four films in this series based on the V.C. Andrews novels are among the dozens of offerings featured in the 2015 holiday gift guide at ReelBob.com.
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Brian Lowry
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January 17, 2014

The problem is [it] always sounds like it's more fun, or at least more kooky, than it actually plays onscreen.
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