The Perfect Husband: The Laci Peterson Story
Dean Cain portrays Scott Peterson, the California man accused of murdering his 8 month pregnant wife, Laci. Based on a true story.
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Mikael W (mx) wrote: Extremt intressant och vlgjord.
Kc E (ag) wrote: Besides a great performance of Antony Starr, this film wasn't really seem to go anywhere.
Artimis M (de) wrote: Calling this movie atrocious would not summarize just how bad it really is...
Kelly B (it) wrote: wish i could find a nice italian boy like dat
Matt R (de) wrote: A visually gorgeous tale of growing up in the harshest kind of way, led by a riveting young Christian Bale.
Vladdy Trout (ru) wrote: A delightful slice of 1970s made-for-TV cheese involving the Yeti!!
Gordie J (fr) wrote: Strange film indeed! I never read the book, but this is one unique anti war/black comedy. Has so many different tones going on at once. Right up there with Three Kings and M*A*S*H.
Marco F (au) wrote: A superbly shot and directed piece of cynicism. Seijun Suzuki is another great Japanese director.
Adrian B (kr) wrote: Generally interesting movie which chronicles the real life story of Barbara Graham (Susan Hayward), a crooked woman who clearly gets involved with the wrong crowd. She ends ups marrying a man and having child, but that relationship falls apart due to the man's substance abuse and Graham gets involved with a group a vicious criminals. Unfortunately, Graham life gets worse when she becomes accused, along with the group of men, of a rich widow's murder, Mabel Monahan. It's a good performance by Wayward and a pretty compelling film, but comparing it to the likes "Vertigo" which includes an extraordinary performance by Kim Novak, it is not worth her Oscar. However, it is recommendable because give a well delivered account on Graham's miserable life. It also better than a lot of other Oscar winning performances by females during the years.
Luke N (ru) wrote: It sucked and was the worst of the mostly excellent R&H musicals. I'll explain why on my other review site.
Michael G (gb) wrote: Watching this tonight!!!!