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KurtPikachu2001

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« on: 12-19-2004 16:17 »

Has anyone seen any of those 'victimized woman' movies that are shown on Lifetime?  A lot of the movies were based on actual events, but greatly exaggerated!  I saw a little of this one called, "Video Voyuer" my friends and I watched it and made fun of it.  Then one day I saw an 'Investigative Reports' with Bill Kurtis about the 'real' video voyuer, and all he did was videotape people in their houses, and the lady played by Angie Harmon looked nothing like her!  She looked like the typical fat trailer trash woman!

Plus, Connie Selleca, Nancy McKeon, and even Kellie Martin made some Lifetime movies!  The worst one I saw was the one was this one with Kellie Martin where she plays a 'wrongfully accused' arson killer.  And get this, she got framed for killing her Mom and sister in a fire when she was 10!  Does that sound irrelevent or what!  I once saw the cover of that movie in the video store, and it said it was based on a true story.  Even if it was, like 'Video Voyuer', the movie was greatly exaggarated!  In other words, based 'loosely' on a true story.  Who knows?  Maybe the real story was that girl probably got framed for that arson killing when she was 15!  Or maybe it could've really been a boy who was 17!

Plus, there's been some about a rebelious teen daughter having a hard time adjusting to her mother's new boyfriend or a crack-addicted mother who loses custody of her kids!  Please take my advice, stay away from Lifetime movies!
Venus

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« Reply #1 on: 12-19-2004 16:26 »

what exactly is your point? Most movies 'based on a true story' are beefed up to make it more interesting. Who cares if the actor lookes nothing like the person? Who cares if the girl framed for arson is 15 instead of 10. Who cares what actors starred in them. Guess what, Katey Sagal does Lifetime movies too. Instead of bitching about it turn the channel. Why even start a thread about this? Why do you care if others watch Lifetime movies? I watch Lifetime movies. I enjoy them and will continue watching them whether they are dead acurate or not.
Otis P Jivefunk

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« Reply #2 on: 12-19-2004 17:00 »
« Last Edit on: 12-19-2004 17:00 »

 
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Originally posted by Venus:
 what exactly is your point?

I thought it was quite obvious, he made the following points…

 
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Originally posted by KurtPikachu2001:
Has anyone seen any of those 'victimized woman' movies that are shown on Lifetime?  A lot of the movies were based on actual events, but greatly exaggerated!  I saw a little of this one called, "Video Voyuer" my friends and I watched it and made fun of it-->.<--  Then one day I saw an 'Investigative Reports' with Bill Kurtis about the 'real' video voyuer, and all he did was videotape people in their houses, and the lady played by Angie Harmon looked nothing like her!  She looked like the typical fat trailer trash woman!

Plus, Connie Selleca, Nancy McKeon, and even Kellie Martin made some Lifetime movies!  The worst one I saw was the one was this one with Kellie Martin where she plays a 'wrongfully accused' arson killer-->.<--  And get this, she got framed for killing her Mom and sister in a fire when she was 10!  Does that sound irrelevent or what!  I once saw the cover of that movie in the video store, and it said it was based on a true story-->.<--  Even if it was, like 'Video Voyuer', the movie was greatly exaggarated!  In other words, based 'loosely' on a true story-->.<--  Who knows?  Maybe the real story was that girl probably got framed for that arson killing when she was 15!  Or maybe it could've really been a boy who was 17!

Plus, there's been some about a rebelious teen daughter having a hard time adjusting to her mother's new boyfriend or a crack-addicted mother who loses custody of her kids!  Please take my advice, stay away from Lifetime movies!

Quite a few I think you’ll find   tongue


Lenny dude

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« Reply #3 on: 12-19-2004 17:06 »

if you want to watch accurate movies watch the news and oh yeah get a life mate
Pitt Clemens

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« Reply #4 on: 12-19-2004 19:30 »
« Last Edit on: 12-19-2004 19:30 »

I worry that the female mind is actually allured by the victimization of other women.

Thank you, Lifetime.
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