"Prosecuting Casey Anthony" reveals Florida prosecutor, Jeff Ashton’s inside story of the true crime drama that captivated and then shocked the nation when Caylee Anthony’s mother, Casey, was acquitted of killing her daughter, despite what many thought to be overwhelming evidence of guilt. The movie is seen from Ashton’s (Lowe) perspective and it takes viewers behind-the-scenes of both the investigation into Caylee’s tragic death and the ensuing trial, shedding new light on the many questions of what happened to the two year-old girl, how Ashton and his fellow prosecutors built their case and why a woman so shrouded in suspicion was proclaimed innocent. With in-depth information about the case and the accused, "Prosecuting Casey Anthony" examines what the prosecution got right, what they got wrong and why Ashton remains convinced of Casey Anthony’s guilt...
Writer:Alison Cross (teleplay), Jeff Ashton (story)
Rob Lowe stars as Florida prosecutor Jeff Ashton in this riveting, true-life drama based onthe infamous Casey Anthony murder trial that shocked and enraged the American public. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Nick P (br) wrote: American Psycho meets Battle Royale. Not as good as either, and takes WAY too long to get entertaining, but when it does...it DOES. Not so sure about the story, or the ending...but it's something you might have to watch twice to fully understand..
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Firua A (gb) wrote: I love this documentary.
David B (mx) wrote: This Highlander sucks I'am a Highlander fan and this is just horrible mean ok some scenes are awesome and the fight scenes are quite cool. But the story, acting, is just crap. Soundtrack I atmit is awesome but If I blame anyone I blame the director and the writer for ruining a great franchise.This makes Highlander 2 masterpiece.
Private U (it) wrote: Amazing film. The first Thai film I loved.
Aaron C (fr) wrote: message in a bottle, canto style
Juan C (it) wrote: The most hilarious film I have ever seen. Stephen Chow is a genius and this film works in every way. The characters, pacing, and plot devices are all impeccable leading to a worthy climax involving a piece of steak.
melissa u (us) wrote: the ending stunk but overall good film. love simon baker too:)
Conner R (ca) wrote: This is actually such a bizarre and one of a kind experience that I honestly can't say it's bad. This has some accidentally amazing qualities. The aftershock of American pop culture seeping through the soundtrack is extremely goofy and cheesy, but it totally made me love watching it. Visually it's great and the characters are really kooky and memorable. I think the fact that it was made during a time of political and social change makes it extremely interesting. It's by no means perfect, but definitely worth seeing.
Dave J (es) wrote: Thursday, November 8, 2012 (1964) First Men In The Moon SCIENCE-FICTION Based on the H.G. Wells novel author of "War Of The Worlds" fame which has many things wrong with it but still moderately amusing. The story is not your typical 'man on the moon' movie where it starts off with the first men walking on the moon, and while browsing around stumble onto a piece of paper dated back in 1899 with the name Katherine Callender on it with a small UK flag holding it down. Upon coming back to the earth, they then try to locate whether that name ever existed and eventually find that this person is connected with an old man named Arnold Bedford, they go and see him and he tells his story and it's nothing what viewers can expect. They're so many things wrong with this feature that it's hard to take this film seriously but still full of imaginative nevertheless. Of course, made before the actual first man on the moon of Neil Armstrong, and instead of using real space suits, this film substitute it with 'deep sea diving' outfits. Special effects by Ray Harryhausen of Clash Of The Titans and The Thief Of Bagdad to Sinbad films, it's not bad marred only by very pretentious dialogue. 2.5 out of 4
Alaine B (gb) wrote: A fictional story of the Moulin Rouge and its first artists. Thoughtful work in the set designs. Fine acting. The ending dances are wonderful. A Jean Renoir film from 1955.