Miss Meadows


Action / Drama / Thriller

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 28%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 30%
IMDb Rating 5.7 10 6580


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Katie Holmes as Miss Meadows
Jean Smart as Mother Meadows
James Badge Dale as Sheriff
Mary Kay Place as Mrs. Davenport
700.54 MB
23.976 fps
1hr 28 min
P/S 4 / 9

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by perkypops 7 / 10

Dark and quirky but very watchable

A tap dancing vigilante may seem an impossible idea to turn into a comprehensible script but somehow Karen Leigh Hopkins makes it work. The opening sequence of the film makes it clear that Miss Meadows (Holmes) is no ordinary school teacher cum vigilante, with victim number one clocked very early after the title sequence. Holmes does a great job of making Miss Meadows seem the epitome of eccentricity, with, apparently, carefully created, precisely drawn and meticulously manicured manners, even at the point of the kill.

Throughout the plot are moments of blissful dialogue intertwined with pauses, telling looks, and, it has to be said, the incongruous, but it does hang together if you stick with it. There are continuity blunders in more than one scene, and occasional poor editing, but these do not stop the film from being surprisingly engrossing. The acting is rather good too, especially from James Badge Dale (the Sheriff) and Ava Kolker (Heather). There are memorable scenes like dancing to an unseen and unheard accordion in a field which make this film a little like an old fashioned fairy tale or a fable, but the message is totally adult in content, and should leave you thoughtful by the end.

A film like few others which is going to be underrated and under exposed. It is better than it will score on places like 1Mbd.

Reviewed by ssarkca-42867 8 / 10

Brilliant and twisted

Brilliant portrayal of a psychopath who views herself as a regular person trying to do the right thing- since the justice system obviously has failed- to take out the real psychopaths. It seems a little corny at first glance and silly, but the underlying message (of eliminating the evil instead of incarcerating and trying to rehabilitate them, and at taxpayers expense) is bold, and how the sheriff helps our heroine, in the end, to help her keep up her role as the vigilante, is priceless. Wish we had more peeps like her (and him) in the real world. Just one little note tho- she should have collected her spent shells- just saying lol.

Reviewed by mcstamper 10 / 10

Funny and insightful

Leftist will hate this movie. However, Conservatives will love it. Yes, it borders on the absurd. However, I found it to be very funny and insightful. It was an brilliant commentary on the impotence of society and the moral imperative to deal with the evil violent monsters who plague us. Every one of Miss Meadow's targets deserved what they got. This is Old West "Law and Order" justice and decency applied to the 21st century. Yes, vigilante retribution is illegal. However, it would be unnecessary and even unthinkable if our system were not failing. Today, with "Black Lives Matter" and "Antifa" working hard to emasculate law enforcement, vigilante action (i.e. self defense) may become the only option for decent people.

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