Drew Peterson: Untouchable

Drew Peterson: Untouchable

The story of Drew Peterson, who is charged with the death of his third wife after the mysterious disappearance of his fourth wife.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:84 minutes
  • Release:2012
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:murder,   police,   reporter,  

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John H (ru) wrote: Stubborn man wants to build his house his way, and he doesn't care about laws and regulations. We're expected to cheer at the end because he isn't sent to jail. If this were a noble fight against an unjust law, then my reaction would be very different. The sad truth is that people fighting against unjust laws usually end up in jail.

sree k (jp) wrote: kanthaswamy directed by susi ganeshan backs up a mix of romance action and drama. of course the back drop of the movie is run time. nearly more than 3 hrs. comedy tracks are made to just bring some laugh in people. the momentum of the movie goes down the gutter as the movie reaches 2nd half. a predictable climax in the end sums up the movie. no much action in the movie. mexico sequences were watchable. some fights are appreciated. songs were top notch. acting by all made the movie to watch once. the plot is well constructed but execution fails. mere boresome drama puts kanthaswamy to a question of getting its collection.

Larry C (ru) wrote: A 3 hour 40 minute movie is a felony. Ballywood singing and dancing is a crime. If they had cut 2 hours it might have worked. Good story hurt by bad directing and editing.

Alex B (gb) wrote: Let's be straight, this movie is not great. It's only kinda pretty good. It's written/directed by Michael "Shoot 'Em Up" Davis, who did two other films in this vein. I was very into talky dialogue flicks about girls when I was in high school, so this and those other two flicks will always have a warm place for me. But the dialogue is ridiculous and often does not propel the plot. Still, though, there are worse things you could watch.

Justin C (us) wrote: A very forgettable film, I don't recommend it.

Dusty L (fr) wrote: 81% on my Tomatometer.

monsieur r (mx) wrote: 70%....One of the more unconventional films of Michael Caine. It's offbeat and humorous with Caine narrating throughout the film. For those that appreciate really odd plots/films. George Martin, of the Beatles no less, provides the music for this crazy but literate movie. Pulp is a 1972 British comedy thriller film, directed by Mike Hodges and starring Michael Caine as Mickey King, a writer of cheap paperback detective novels. The film features the final screen appearance of Lizabeth Scott. King, living in Rome churning out one noir book after another, is offered an abnormally large sum to ghostwrite the autobiography of a mystery celebrity. The intrigued King agrees and is transported to a remote island (Malta, where the entire film was shot) where he meets his subject, Preston Gilbert (Mickey Rooney), a one-time movie star known for playing gangsters and notorious for hanging out with real-life mobsters off the set. Now dying of cancer, Gilbert wants King to jot down his life story before he dies. However, the star is murdered at a party, leaving King with no conclusion to his tale. Playing detective like the heroes of his stories, King pieces together the mystery. Writes one reviewer: "While Hodges and Caine's 'Get Carter' has long since become a classic movie, it's follow up, 'Pulp' has been largely forgotten about. This is a shame, as, on it's on its own terms, and 'Pulp' is as rich a film. Like the previous movie, 'Pulp' is influenced by such noir writers as Chandler, Hammett and MacDonald (all three are referenced during the film), however, the big difference lies is the amount of comedy used. The first half is full of comic moments and (even though it does turn darker) comedy is ever-present." NOTES about the film: 1 Films directed by Mike Hodges 1970s Get Carter (1971) Pulp (1972) The Terminal Man (1974) 1980s Flash Gordon (1980) Morons from Outer Space (1985) A Prayer for the Dying (1987) Black Rainbow (1989) 1990s Croupier (1998) 2000s I'll Sleep When I'm Dead (2003) 2 The original title was "Memoirs of a Ghostwriter". 3 All the credits are displayed as they were being written with a typewriter (the main character is a writer). 4 The words "The End" are 'incorrectly' typed and appear as "The Enf1/2". Cast Michael Caine as Mickey King Mickey Rooney as Preston Gilbert Lionel Stander as Ben Dinuccio Lizabeth Scott as Princess Betty Cippola Nadia Cassini as Liz Adams Dennis Price as Mysterious Englishman Al Lettieri as Miller Leopoldo Trieste as Marcovic Amerigo Tot as Partisan Robert Sacchi as Jim Norman Directed by Mike Hodges Produced by Michael Klinger Written by Mike Hodges Music by George Martin of the Beatles no less! Cinematography Ousama Rawi Editing by John Glen Distributed by United Artists Release date(s) 1972 Running time 95 minutes

Justin W (it) wrote: ever watch army of darkness and think to yourself, "man, that part where ash splits in two is awesome! i wish they made a whole movie out of just that part!" well, 30-something years earlier they did and she was called 'the manster'. basically, some dude is tricked into drinking some chemicals by a scientist and it makes him act strangely...and eventually grow an eye in his shoulder...and then a second head....and he splits in two. it's an alright film...good for a few cheesy laughs, but it's nothing too special.

Eric R (us) wrote: An ex-train robber has left it all behind to start a new life. While on a train, some robber's attempt to rob the train and in the chaos of it all, he is thrown from the train and left in the middle of nowhere. A dance hall girl and gambler were also left behind and together they stumble across a cabin which happens to be occupied by the members of his own gang, who all of which aren't too happy to see him. Man of the West is a beautifully shot film about an ex-train robber who is forced to help his old mates rob a bank against his will. The framing is superb with some awe-inducing wide shots. Gary Cooper does his thing as the character stuck between what is right and wrong, and the script really captures the feelings of this man. Its a western that is clearly about this one man, and the choices that he is inevitable forced to take. The love interest in Julie London does a good job as well as Coopers character grows close to her as the film progresses.

Bob W (kr) wrote: Basically, this is "Another Charade" with the same Hitchcock-esque romance, humor, playful suspense, etc. Except in place of Cary Grant and Audrey Hepburn, it's Peck and Loren. The plot is kind of 60's mod silly, bordering on camp at times, but mildly entertaining, especially if you are a fan of the actors.

Scott C (de) wrote: Not a terribly great movie, but listen to Quentin Tarantino and Jack Hill's commentary track on the DVD - very entertaining! They almost convinced me it better than it was.