- Format: DVD Region 2 for the UK
- Number of Disc: 3
- Genre: Crime Drama
- Starring: Marin Ireland, Michael Drayer, Peter Gerety, Giovanni Ribisi, Libe Barerra
- Studio: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
- Release Date: 2018
What’s it about
Sneaky Pete: The Truth is always changing
A con man on the run from a vicious gangster takes cover by assuming the identity of his prison cellmate, Pete, reuniting with his estranged family, that threatens to drag him into a world just as dangerous as the one he’s escaping.
Margo plays Audrey, Pete’s Grandmother in Sneaky Pete. Audrey is super smart and not at all sure about what Pete is up to. While she waits to see Pete’s next move she works to hold the family together.
Pete is actually Marius, who is just getting out of jail, when a phone call from his brother Eddie (Michael Drayer) makes him realize that the gangster (Cranston as Vince) he conned out of $100,000 wants him dead.
Pete and Vince
Is Vince Pete’s Biggest Threat? Bryan Cranston not only directs this American Crime Drama based on his memoirs but he also plays Pete’s nemesis in Season 1.
I really enjoyed this show. Giovanni Ribisi typically plays rolls where his character is odd in some way, and because he is good at it, it works. His character in this show is a very different Giovanni, and he is once again excellent in his performance. He is very good in a typical acting role, one that I don’t ever remember him doing. Anyway, he is a star in this!
The acting throughout the cast is good to great! It will definitely make you think a little, and the characters you’ll care for and dislike. Very well done, different from many shows, and something where I cannot wait to see season 2! Starting watching at 8:00 on a Saturday night, was finished by noon the next morning. Yes that good and you’ll be curious about what happens next.
I really loved Breaking Bad (Favorite show of all time!), Stranger Things, OZ, Seinfeld, Man in the High Castle, Mad Men, Dexter, etc. Really don’t watch much Over The Air (OTA) broadcasts. NBC, CBS, ABC, FOX do have some very good shows, but I prefer the shows that have a little more depth, more realistic with cursing, and acting that is great in so many areas. This is worth your while, truly!