Who Is Clark Rockefeller?
Called "the longest running con in FBI history," Christian Karl Gerhartsreiter, the man that people knew as "Clark Rockefeller" had brilliantly impersonated numerous people, ranging from a talk show host to a Pentagon Advisor before ultimately claiming to be an heir to the famous Rockefeller family. Confident from the success of his prior scams, Clark quickly became well known and highly respected among Boston's elite and used his purported high society status to charm his way into the life of Sandra Boss, a millionaire with a Harvard MBA and a partner at the prestigious management consulting firm, McKinsey & Company.
- Stars:Eric McCormack, Sherry Stringfield, Emily Alyn Lind, Stephen McHattie, Regina Taylor, Ted Atherton, Krista Bridges, Mark Taylor, Philip Akin, Art Hindle, Janet Porter, Egidio Tari, Jeffrey R. Smith, Jack Grinhaus, Carleigh Beverly,
- Director:Mikael Salomon,
- Writer:Edithe Swensen
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Who Is Clark Rockefeller? torrent reviews
(fr) wrote: This tasted as Kill Bill leftovers :p
(au) wrote: Well, ok, it's a bit entertaining. That's that.
(ru) wrote: While I found Kathleen Turner to be quite good here, I felt the film went from okay to stupid to flat out dumb. Like had her character been in a more serious film, it could have been something golden, but they cheese it up and it just didn't work for me.The family really made no sense, as they go from clueless to knowing she's a killer and fearing her to hawking her when she goes to court, etc etc. Like the son, Matthew Lillard, loses his best friend and he doesn't even care? The daughter is out making money off her murdering mother?I get what the film was trying to say with America's love for mass murderers, but the film needed to be more serious, not as corny as it ended up being.
(kr) wrote: The beginning of the AIDS epidemic and how the virus was discovered - shocking and moving.
(jp) wrote: Enough gadgetry/special effects to fill a Bond film. Also, some wit. But sophisticated it ain't. Succeeds because of Brown's charm (that accent!) and Dennehy's performance.Enough bodies to fill the city morgue.
(au) wrote: I watched it on a very sad saturday night at home, so maybe my judge was influenced by the situation, but anyway, the only interesting part I found was John Travolta Dancing in the Odyessey 2001. Everything else was useless, pointless and forgettable.
(it) wrote: The best in his genre, good actors and even better plot
(it) wrote: This was such a touching and beautiful movie. Johnny Depp and Kate Winslet were great.
(de) wrote: I cannot believe this won Best Picture instead of The Shawshank Redemption. Not that it's a bad movie. Just not Oscar worthy. Tom Hanks was awesome.
(jp) wrote: A low rent type documentary that doesn?t do much but profile exotic dancers and make you want to do a psych eval on the filmmaker. It does do a nice job of capturing the different personalities that could inhabit a strip club, gentleman?s club, whatever they are called ? but I think that may have been more luck of the draw from the filmmaker. There are a couple of nice scenes and a tragic coda to one story, but not much on either end for this. Despite a very squeamish and non-titillating sense I have for the subject when sober, I always have an interest in the personalities and I was good friends with a girl in college who had all of her friends moving to Houston to become dancers and she would always talk with me about going to try to convince herself. I always think of these ghosts of my past as little-girl-losts and wonder if I could solve the puzzle now ? but I guess not through documentaries like this.