Murder in Greenwich details
|Starring:||Robert Forster, Toby Moore, Christopher Meloni, Andrew Mitchell, Maggie Grace|
|Studio:||SONY PICTURES HOME ENTERTAINMENT|
Murder in Greenwich
|Run time:||1 hour 29 minutes|
|Rental release:||14 Jul 2003|
|Subtitles:||English, French, Spanish|
Most helpful review
Not an Oscar WinnerBy a customer from London , 15 Jan 2005
[Highly rated reviewer]Really dull film, its like a bad whoduunit in reverse - You know who did it at the start and you find how how they did it at the end - Bad plot, really bad acting and the most bizarre and boring storyline! There really it nothing positive I can say apart from the end credits!
Murder in Greenwich, old crime re-opened to find the killer.By thecuckoo (136 reviews) , 24 Mar 2013An old murder re-opened by a disgraced cop who takes on these old cases and writes books on his findings to make a living. A lot of digging in a hostile town full of the rich and not so famous who don't like anything that will upset their own private little haven. Good plot well acted TV movie. Passed a wet afternoon. Sent for it as I thought it was set in Greenwich London in the UK not USA that will teach me to read the write ups a bit more.
great story and movieBy jimbo44 (2 reviews) , 22 Jun 2012very good film it was a shame that it took that long to solve it but Excellent acting great film!!
Can a film about murder ever be good ?By Rhelli (2 reviews) , 30 May 2012Whether any film about a real murder can be describe as good or not is more to do with how the characters are portrayed and less about edge of the seat suspence.
Murder in Greenwich play's it straight with a no frills telling of former detective Mark Fuhrman's re examination of the murder of a 15yr old girl.
The acting and cinematography are in balance with the subject matter. The mid 70's soundtrack helps in setting the period and mood.
The human element of the murder is introduced into the story by the victim telling her tale of the events and background prior to the murder.
I did not know the case and the circumstances around Murder in Greenwich which probably helped. A good story well told.
sat on the fenceBy jonodouglas (4 reviews) , 27 Jul 2011This film isnt good nor bad.
I only rented it to see christopher meloni in something except SVU, and it didnt really do it justice.
My partner however thoroughly enjoyed it.
The script isnt great, and the acting is somewhat poor.
VERY GOOD SATURDAY NIGHT MOVIEBy Guy and Karen Lewis from Telford, Shropshire , 05 May 2005Hubby guessed who the killer was before me. I must be slipping. Excellent