Did the world really need THREE trashy TV movies about Amy Fisher? Even though more than 20 years have passed since each of the movies aired, I feel vaguely sleazy even just *typing* about those ridiculous wastes of time.
Perhaps the more important question, though, should be -- why did I WATCH all three movies? (Well, technically, somebody else in my family turned it to the movie all three times, but I didn't exactly leave the room for any of them.)
Anyhow, the reason 'Casualties of Love' gets the honor of receiving this comment is that (if I recall correctly) it was the worst of the Amy Fisher movies -- which is pretty bad (though the Drew Barrymore movie came VERY close. The other movie, where Noelle Parker or whatever her name is played Amy Fisher, was a *smidge* better... relatively speaking. Of course, that's not saying much, but at least Parker *sort of* looked like the real Amy Fisher.)
'Casualties of Love' might be the worst of the trio -- but everybody involved with *all three* Amy Fisher movies should be embarrassed to have them on their filmographies.
Needless to say, I haven't gone out of my way to re-watch any of them; however, I'm pretty sure that I actually OWN 'Casualties of Love' on one of those bargain-bin DVD's where you get 10 or 20 movies for a very low price. Which means that I paid the equivalent of less than dollar for it... which is still more than what it's worth.
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