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Tv movie all the way but actually a good watch. Ray Liotta is brillant as the egotistical arson investigator/arsonist. Based on true story and all the funnier for it. Liotta's fantasy moments of violence and heroism and brillant and show how much of a nutjob the guy actually was.
Interesting colours, but the plot wasn't so great.
& good actors though! Not That bad of a tv-movie.
Decent performances, some brilliant fire effects and camera shots but a truly poor script. The most obvious whodunnit I've ever seen. The guy wondering around even looks like who it turns out to be! Or does he? - yawn. Pretty pointless story in the end I thought, despite being an apparent true story, surprising to me as HBO is usually a stamp of real quality. Give it a miss.
well umn just seen this movie 4 the 1st time n its just a made for tv movie but its good 2 watch...its got a good cast of actors/actressess thorughout this movie..i think that both ray liotta n john leguizamo play good parts thorughout this movie..i think that the director of this tv/drama/mystery/suspense movie had done a good job of directing this movie because you never know what 2 expect throughout this movie..its an enjoyable movie 2 watch
very well done, loved every minute it
This is a true story of a serial arsonist who was also a fireman.
Hmm.. Only the arrest-scene is worth mentioning
very good twist at the end
mon dieux Que Ray Liotta a dlair vieux ds ce film la
[font=Times New Roman][color=yellow][b][size=2]Newton Thomas Sigel -- acclaimed cinematographer of classics like [i]Usual Suspects [/i]and [i]Apt Pupil [/i]takes a stab at directing with this made-for-TV drama about arson investigators searching for the arsonist responsible for the most damage in Southern Californias history. His attempt is successful. With his use of nearly every camera trick in the book and awkward angles, he adds more suspense to this well written film [font=Times New Roman][size=2]which[/size] [size=2]takes an interesting plot twist that makes me question its use of the term based on a true story. Ray Liotta and John Leguazamo contribute great performances that help make this a great film.[/size][/font][/size][/b][/color][/font]
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