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Old 11-19-2014, 09:22 PM   #76
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The guy who played Randall Utterback. I found him creepily believable particularly with his switches between anger and apologies.
That guy was SO good. Everybody in that segment did a fantastic job, really--especially the actress that portrayed Denise. I liked her a lot.
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That guy was SO good. Everybody in that segment did a fantastic job, really--especially the actress that portrayed Denise. I liked her a lot.
Agree on both counts!


I also thought the guy who played Richard Minns did a fantastic job. I love how he's constantly fixing his hair and trying to look good in that one. He helped make the case even more enraging.

I'm watching the Rudolf Hess segment right now and I think they really did a great job, down to the lookalikes and the German dialogue. Pretty much all the WWII segments had great actors, from the Stephen Ross to Helen Elas lost love segments.
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I think the guy who played Dennis Keith Smith was really good, especially during the interview scene with police.
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Best: The man who played Ben Stahl. The pain on his face when he discovers his paintings have been stolen is so heartbreaking.
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Hahaha the utterback scene in the car is classic UM acting. I honestly wish I could see the look on the real utterbacks face the first time he watched that.
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We can't forget the academy award winning acting the John Martin case. I loved how after being shot he laid there so calmly giving a monotone description of his killer in a casual tone. Come on buddy you've just been shot, you're bleeding! Give me something here!
He even says Vee - Hickle emphasizing both the V and H like a cop.
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Sharon Kinne's glorious hammy acting. I've mentioned it before, but I feel the case never really gets talked about.

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Pretty much everyone involved in the Sammy Wheeler segment, however, they were supposed to be portraying the people who were interviewed. So, if you think about it, their acting was spot on!
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We can't forget the academy award winning acting the John Martin case. I loved how after being shot he laid there so calmly giving a monotone description of his killer in a casual tone. Come on buddy you've just been shot, you're bleeding! Give me something here!
He even says Vee - Hickle emphasizing both the V and H like a cop.
I love the way he says "mustache".
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assuming the actor wasn't a creepy child molester, the one who played Kenneth Robert Stanton did a fantastic acting job.

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The woman who played Alan Showery's girlfriend. She was only in a brief scene when the victim's family identifies the jewelry he'd given the girlfriend. She tries hard to just smoke and seem like she doesn't believe it, but once they point out the ring, you can see the emotion on her face. Good job for a very short scene.
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Sharon Kinne's glorious hammy acting. I've mentioned it before, but I feel the case never really gets talked about.

"WE'RE GONNA GO TO MEXICO AND DRINK MARGARITAS AND HAVE A SIESTA!!!!!!!! *KISS*"
She says piņatas, not siestas.
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I know this one was already mentioned, but the guy who played the Boston Rapist was fantastic. I just re-watched this segment recently and he's definitely one of the best actors that has been on UM.

The actor who played Max Carson (guy who posed as successful film producer to lure young women)

The actor who played Guy Cummings (I think this is a rare segment, as it's not even on the UM Wiki page, but he was the male stripper who was arrested for scamming women out of money). This one is more comical than anything else!

The actress who played Angela Hammond.

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The overall acting in the Wendy Camp segment has always stood out as bad to me.
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Matthew Mcconaughey's portrayal as the young man killed by the pedo was the best. Why? Because he was auditioning for Hollywood and actually made it. He played his part like he was trying for an Academy Award.
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The overall acting in the Wendy Camp segment has always stood out as bad to me.
Of course, the worst acting in that segment was Chad and Ida trying to pretend they were innocent .
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