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Anna Nicole

3.3 out of 5 stars 104 customer reviews

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Anna Nicole Smith (Agnes Bruckner) was a single mother from Texas who became the biggest supermodel in the world, but her sudden catapult to fame came with a price, as drugs, alcohol and reckless behavior led her down a tragic path. Now you get to see the whole story in this compelling original film, as Anna Nicole’s sexual desires, crippling addictions and her overwhelming need to be famous lead her from incredible fame and fortune to her unfortunate descent. Also starring Martin Landau, Cary Elwes, Virginia Madsen and Adam Goldberg, ANNA NICOLE is a salacious and voyeuristic film experience.

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  • Actors: Adam Goldberg, Cary Elwes, Graham Martin, Agnes Bruckner, Martin Landau
  • Directors: Mary Harron
  • Producers: Robert Wilson
  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: French, English
  • Dubbed: French
  • Subtitles for the Hearing Impaired: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
    NR
    Not Rated
  • Studio: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: February 11, 2014
  • Run Time: 89 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (104 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00GMV8G7U
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #36,106 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Anna Nicole was a severely damaged human being. She needed a lot of things in her life that she never got and it only got worse once she got money. It is my personal belief that the people that surrounded her in her life after she became a big star were leeches and parasites and never had the skills and talents they needed to properly care for someone with the compulsive nature and behaviors like Anna Nicole. They simply all ended up doing and saying what she insisted on - all of which led to the continual decline of her sparse mental capacities, physical health and eventual death. There is no joy in the story of this pathetic woman's life. Very sad.
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I had no particular desire to comment on the Lifetime Original movie "Anna Nicole" until I saw it was represented by only one other review. That review seemed concerned with the film's lack of nudity and contained a whole paragraph speculating about breast augmentation. As opposed to this analysis, I wanted to offer some additional information about the film. As I mentioned, this movie was made for the Lifetime network. Being a basic cable channel, obviously the film will be tempered to current television standards and be a fairly pale adaptation of what was most assuredly a very colorful life. Anyone who watches Lifetime programming with any frequency will pretty much know what to expect from the bio-pic "Anna Nicole." The network makes two types of film's with great regularity: (1) the woman in peril movie and (2) the lurid ripped-from-the-headlines scandal story. With "Anna Nicole," they are really killing two birds with one stone. While the movie does ask that we sympathize with its central character's tragic story arc, the plotline is so by-the-numbers and rushed that you will gain no additional insight into the Anna Nicole Smith tragedy. It's the bare bones of a story, with a screenplay that jumps through time with no real focus.

The movie introduces us to a young Anna Nicole (then called Vicky Lynn). We spend about two seconds with Anna Nicole as a child and a few minutes with her as a young adult before the story fast forwards to her stint with Playboy and relationship with J. Howard Marshall. Want to know how the little lady made her way to fame and fortune? Sorry, that's for another movie. Suddenly, Anna Nicole simply is. Even as the story covers familiar ground, it races through time offering very little in the way of real character development.
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As a fan of Anna Nicole Smith I find this movie to be very offensive.
It gets Countless things flatout wrong. The producers either didn't
care about the truth or where too lazy to do any decent research and it
showed. And if I remember right I read an article where the director- Mary Horton said
she DIDN'T want to talk to either the real Larry Birkhead or the real Howard K Stern.
Also, the real Larry Birkhead said that Sony sent the real Howard K. Stern a letter saying that
they did NOT want to talk to them.

If you decide to watch this movie just know that:

- Howard K. Stern was not at J. Howard Marshall's funeral. Anna Nicole Smith and Howard K. Stern would not even meet
for another two years.

-Anna didn't go to a bar after the Supreme Court hearing and get drunk.
According to the REAL Larry Birkhead, She went back to her hotel room. (Hearing things like that is probably why
the director said that she didnt want to talk to either Larry or Howard- it would be harder to make things up out of thin air)

--Anna did not introduce herself to Paul Marciano as Anna Nicole Smith.
It was Paul Marciano who gave her that name. (Duh!)

-Anna did not introduce Dannielynn to Daniel as "Dannielynn". She
would not be given that name until After Daniel died.

I dont think I've ever heard Anna call Daniel, Danny.

-Anna didnt wake up and find Daniel dead in a chair. When Anna woke up she found Daniel
unresponsive in the same bed she was in.

-Anna and Howard where not the only two people at Daniel's funeral.
Anna's friends where there to.

-Daniel did not wear a suit and tie in his coffin.
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Won't give it no 4 or 5 stars no way since they were some inaccuracies and stuff I won't get into, I think this film along with the other one The Anna Nicole Smith Story with Willa Ford stands on its own (that one I not yet seen but will soon). Who even cares? I feel the cast did a good job even though people get the wrong idea why the script and the story-line is all wrong and faded....Folks believe me, it's only a movie and yes Hollywood make a lot of money making movies plus hiring all the writers and stuff when making biopics or stories like this. Luckily I didn't have to buy the DVD but have to rented on Redbox for my own sake.

If I were you for those who love Anna Nicole Smith and wanted to learn more, is carefully do your research and homework if you want the real truth.

This movie isn't no masterpiece as I consider. I think the open sources are usuable to those individuals who willing to learn what it takes to make it since the industry itself is real dark, dirty, fast and yes real crazy as we see today.

God bless Anna Nicole Smith and his song Daniellynn who are enjoying peacefully in Heaven.

Some of the books that were written on Anna Nicole I should avoid...I rather stick with the documentaries and movies anyway on her.
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