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Based on the true story. Following on from the disappearance of his fourth wife ('Big Bang Theory' star Kaley Cuoco Sweeting) police officer Drew Peterson (Rob Lowe 'About Last Night' and 'West Wing') finds himself under suspicion.
Rob Lowe is superbly creepy as the police officer, who may or may not have something to do with his wife's disappearance. Kaley Cuoco Sweeting does a good job of the fourth wife, who finds herself trapped in a marriage with a controlling husband. William Mapother is worthy of praise as Peterson's partner.
One of my problems with this was, that even behind his squinting eyes, and under his silver wig, moustache and tons of make up, he is still a very handsome man. Although he is so charismatic, it does make it a bit more believable that someone like Cuoco Sweeting would be interested in him.
Defiantly worth watching. Once the credits rolled, I was straight online looking to see what happened after the end of the movie, and look more in to the story.
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