I'm enjoying this series so far. Only halfway through, but I'm learning a lot about a major event that I was too young to understand when it was occurring.
I can see what you mean, yikes!
I love when he's seething when Cochran takes over the team.
John Travolta is great in this, he kinda looks like Robert Shapiro too, loved it when he turned up in his Hawaiian shirt at the office! Haha
Yes, that was pretty funny!
Just finished the series. Spoiler: OJ gets off. I mean, everyone knows that, but I'm stunned now, after learning more about the case as an adult, that he actually was acquitted with all the evidence pointing at him. It just seems like the trial was all about him and his race and his celebrity and people forgot about the actual victims who were brutally killed.
Yeah, I really felt sorry for the father of Ron Goldman, people only remember OJ and Nicole, I even had to google Ron Goldman's name to make sure I spelt it right.
It was all about, fame, race and money, sickening really that OJ got off, with the evidence and being the only suspect.
So many of those involved with the case have since written books about it.
Initially i thought Travolta's acting was a bit much and that he was overdoing it... but it didnt take long for that to subside and for me to appreciate the nuances of what he was doing and midway through i didnt think of travolta as playing a caricature anymore...
I guess its the TV format as well that encourages this kind of acting... but it worked more than it didnt in this series with all of the larger-than-life characters...
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