Monster (2003)

Based on a true story

Original Title : Monster
Director : Patty Jenkins
Writer : Patty Jenkins
Genre : Crime
Country : USA
Language : English
Producer : David Alvarado , Mark Damon , Andreas Grosch , Stewart Hall , Donald Kushner , Sammy Lee , Brent Morris , Clark Peterson , Meagan Riley-Grant , Andreas Schmid , Charlize Theron , Brad Wyman
Music : BT
Photography : Steven Bernstein
MPAA Rating : Rated R for strong violence and sexual content, and for pervasive language.
IMDB ID : 0340855
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Charlize Theron Aileen
Christina Ricci Selby
Bruce Dern Thomas
Lee Tergesen Vincent Corey
Annie Corley Donna
Pruitt Taylor Vince Gene/Stuttering "John"
Marco St. John Evan/Undercover "John"
Marc Macaulay Will/Daddy "John"
Scott Wilson Horton/Last "John"
Rus Blackwell Cop
Tim Ware Chuck
Stephan Jones Lawyer
Brett Rice Charles
Kaitlin Riley Teenage Aileen
Cree Ivey 7-Year-Old Aileen
Catherine Mangan Justy
Magdalena Manville Bar Lap Girl
T. Robert Pigott Bartender
Romonda Shaver Employment Agent
Glenn R. Wilder Restaurant Manager
Elaine Stebbins Wife at Accident
Kane Hodder Undercover Cop
Christian Stokes Undercover Cop
Lyllian Barcaski Bar Girl
Nonalee Davis Bar Girl
Bubba Baker Cubby
Al Himself (at the Last Resort
Cannonball Himself
Chad Vaccarino Trevor
Gene R. Stephenson Judge (as Honorable Gene R. Stephenson
Jesse Stern Skate Rink Attendant
Bill Boylan Police Chief
Jim R. Coleman Newscaster
Chandra Leigh Cute Teenage Attendant
Lori McDonald Attendant
Adam Brown Attendant
Robb Chamberlain Prosecutor (uncredited
Ed Donovan State Prison Guard (uncredited
Khris Gibston Prosecuting Attorney (uncredited


A dark tale based on the true story of Aileen Wuornos, one of America's first female serial killers. Wuornos had a difficult and cruel childhood plagued by abuse and drug use in Michigan. She became a prostitute by the age of thirteen, the same year she became pregnant. She eventually moved to Florida where she began earning a living as a highway prostitute--servicing the desires of semi-truck drivers. The tale focuses on the nine month period between 1989 and 1990, during which Wuornos had a lesbian relationship with a woman named Selby. And during that very same time, she also began murdering her clientele in order to get money without using sex. This turned the tables on a rather common phenomena of female highway prostitutes being the victims of serial killers--instead Wuornos, herself, carried out the deeds of a cold-blooded killer.


Not that great! Gut feeling tells me that they left some of the truth out of this story!They made the killer look nicer, and less crazy than real life.Who can say what makes one do these horrible deeds.Genes or environment whatever.I am sure there is a point where people snap in life.I found some of the film interesting, but the rest of the story has a 70's misunderstood bad guy theme to it.I find working at the post office with some very bitter people in it scary and unsettling, they have a mean streak or hatred for the world I found missing in this film.The movie 'In cold blood' is a better portrayal for this topic.Some of her victims were not the best quality people, but I sure hate to ever get in the way of this enraged, bitter woman.I find bitter people create more carnage, where I prefer the situation defused.Don't bother with this one.5 out of 10
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