This is mildly entertaining if you're mindlessly bored. I saw David Kelly's name all over it. I'd remove that if I were him. The flashbacks were so annoying and that confusion camera angle. No great acting here either.
What a load of nasty, disgusting scenes. The entire series, whether based on fact or fiction, is gratuitous. Do not bother watching this! Totally sickening. I used to appreciate Jeremy Irons. Not anymore. If you want to know the history of this pope, read about it.
Everything is nicely condensed in this film, just the way life isn't. It's a great cast and I still contend that Oprah is a better actress than talk show host. It's missing GUTS. FW is fabulous! He always is. The topic of racial divide is so difficult to portray because of exactly that. We boil it down into minutes of decades. It's tedious after the first hour. Been there, seen that.
Robert P is a terrible Batman. Absolutely no Bat-charisma at all. The Riddler character is a complete bore! I hated all of this film. I certainly do not understand the good reviews. It's not close to the Dark Knight caliber. Please do not make a sequel.
What a strange conglomerate of actors in perhaps the most boring film in the history of cinema. I watched the entire film waiting for anything to be interesting. The very last scene was the best scene in the film!
The old footage was cool but something is missing. Maybe it's the REAL Ye??? The editing was okay. Seemed to progress BUT SOMETHING IS MISSING. There is no internal "Kanye reality."
Love his music! Fan for life.
You don't subtitles in this documentary, you need an interpreter. What in the world? Long, run-on, nonsense sentences ruined the entire story. I didn't realize Tupac was such a real life gangster. Hmmmm. Interesting story but Suge is impossible to follow.
I completely forgot who Cindy Adams was until I watched this. Very cool. Brought back a lot of memories. You're my kind of person Cindy and I appreciate your career. Your love story is fabulous!! Thank you.
The first person perspective with Hugh worked really well even with the corny re-enactments. What an interesting life he had! I can't imagine 1% of that. The documentary moves swiftly and continually captures your attention. Great interviewees as well.
While the story itself may be of interest, the documentary itself skips over all substance and emotion. The viewer doesn't even get all the facts. If you search online, the crime is more gruesome than what is depicted. There is just no real depth in this depiction.
This should win an award. Perfectly captures the evil of some parents in the world and the inept system that is supposed to protect children in danger. Definitely worth watching though difficult to absorb at times.
It's loooong, somewhat interesting but could have been greatly condensed. I remember this case. He did it. I don't care how biased you get, guilty guilty. Courtroom "drama" is interesting but I wonder how true to life it is when cameras are on.