“Amanda Knox: Murder on Trial in Italy,” “The Craigslist Killer,” “The Pregnancy Pact," “The Interrogation of Michael Crowe” and “The Legend of Lucy Keyes” are five noteworthy movies produced by Lifetime. These movies each receive over five stars out of 10 on IMDb.
“Amanda Knox: Murder on Trial in Italy” covers the murder of a young British woman and the trial of the woman accused of the crime. “The Craigslist Killer” brings the seemingly ordinary life of Philip Markoff into the public eye and jolts viewers with his horrific attacks on women. “The Pregnancy Pact” shocks viewers with the rash decisions of teenagers at a hometown high school. “The Interrogation of Michael Crowe” shows how long and inhumane interrogations can provoke confessions to events that did not occur. “The Legend of Lucy Keyes” haunts viewers long after the movie ends, with an unforgettable unseen entity at a Massachusetts home.
Lifetime movies are notorious for hooking viewers into the stories. Lifetime takes many liberties in the filming of these movies, creating dramatic flair to entice viewers. Events of these movies are based on real life occurrences, but they intertwine fiction into the plots. Lifetime has made over 100 movies based on various events.