High powered lawyer Claire Kubik finds her world turned upside down when her husband, who she thought was Tom Kubik, is arrested and is revealed to be Ron Chapman. Chapman is on trial for a murder of Latin American villagers while he was in the Marines. Claire soon learns that to navigate the military justice system, she'll need help from the somewhat unconventional Charlie Grimes.
- Category:Thriller, Crime, Drama, Mystery
- Stars:Ashley Judd, Morgan Freeman, Jim Caviezel, Adam Scott, Amanda Peet, Bruce Davison, Tom Bower, Juan Carlos Hernández, Michael Gaston, Jude Ciccolella, Emilio Rivera, Michael Shannon, John Billingsley, Dendrie Taylor, Paula Jai Parker,
- Director:Carl Franklin,
- Writer:Joseph Finder (novel), Yuri Zeltser (screenplay), Grace Cary Bickley (screenplay)
Claire Kubik is a famous attorney seems to has a perfect life. Unfortunately, her husband is brought to the military court for trial because of a murder. She believes in his innocence and finds all ways to expose the truth. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
High Crimes torrent reviews
(it) wrote: Absolutely a B film, after the theatres was released on VHS video cassette by CBS/Fox video for children. I hesistate to write more about this one. In the 1950's these films had an excuse as these type films had no money and/or no experience. This film most likely by 1986 had both money and experience... but it is still ridiculous. A mandroid - part man and part machine, seeks revenge on the evil scientist who created him. Enlisting the help of a beautiful woman and a mysterious ninja, he pursues the scientist in hopes of stopping him before he can be further harm to humanity. Title significance: Man-machines are the "eliminators", allowing a scientist Reeves to further his goal of world domination. Notably stars Denise Crosby (granddaughter of Bing), television soap opera star of Days of our Lives and in the television return of Star Trek's The Next Generation. Even more interesting than Crosby is the lead actor Patrick Reynolds, the mandroid. He is none other than the grandson of R.J. Reynolds, the tobacco giant and founder of the R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company. As a former smoker who quit, he has campaigned fearlessly against tobacco use. Former Surgeon General, C. Everett Koop M.D., called him "one of the nation's most influential advocates of a smokefree America." CAST Andrew Prine ... Harry Fontana, riverboat captain. Denise Crosby ... Colonal Nora Hunter, blonde lady scientist. (grand-daughter of the great Bing Crosby) Patrick Reynolds ... Mandroid/John, a pilot who crashed in South America and turned into the cybernetic tool of Abbott Reeves. Conan Lee ... Kuji, ninja son of Doctor Takada. Roy Dotrice ... Abbott Reeves, evil scientist. Peter Schrum ... Ray Peggy Mannix ... Bayou Betty, evil rival riverboat captain to Harry. Fausto Bara ... Luis Tad Horino ... Takada, good scientist assistant to Reeves. Luis Lorenzo ... Maurice Jos Moreno ... Neanderthal Shaman (as Pepe Moreno) Charly Bravo ... Bartender Crew Director: Peter Manoogian Cinematographer: Mac Ahlberg Composer: Richard H. Band Costume Designer: Jill M. Ohanneson Art Director: Andres Lopes Gumersindo Associate Producer: Debra Dion Production Designer: Philip Foreman Screenplay: Danny Bilson Screenplay: Paul De Meo
(de) wrote: Must be an art fan to enjoy this. It shows how artists have the need to just create and do what they love no matter how they live. Its rebellious, sad, happy, thought provoking.
(it) wrote: 2.5 StarsRockwell did a good performance, some scenes were good and gave me a little thrill, but overal it was 50%
(br) wrote: If you forget about reason, Law Abiding Citizen can be quite engaging. Nonetheless, this movie suffers a messy and uneven script.
(jp) wrote: An elegantly acted and subtle film that makes a play for the power of art and creativity as a healer of one's spirit. A little dowdy in places, for my tastes.
(mx) wrote: Directed by Gary Fleder (Things to Do in Denver When You're Dead (1995), Don't Say A Word (2001) and Runaway Jury (2003)) and adapted from James Patterson's 1995 best-selling novel of the same name, this dark crime thriller was the first film to be based on Patterson's Alex Cross series of novels, and it was intended to start a new franchise, it nearly did. It has some good performances in it, and a good mystery too. Alex Cross (Morgan Freeman) is a forensic psychologist and detective working for Washington D.C. police, and he's been called in to investigate the disappearance of his niece Naomi (Gina Ravera) in Durham, North Carolina. Cross is briefed by local policeman Nick Ruskin (Cary Elwes), and learns that Naomi is the latest in a series of kidnappings where young women have vanished. Things take a turn when police intern Kate McTiernan (Ashley Judd) is kidnapped, and she's held in a cellar. However, she manages to escape from her captor and Cross takes her in promising to protect her. It takes them to Los Angeles, where they find someone committing similar kidnappings. It is a taut and unsettling thriller, even though it was all done before with The Silence of the Lambs (1991), it makes for a good crime mystery if you like that sort of thing. Freeman returned for a sequel, Along Came A Spider (2001), before the franchise was rebooted with Alex Cross (2012).
(ag) wrote: ohh Mothra and all its glitter magic. Movies don't get more ridiculous than this.
(ca) wrote: Like Once Bitten and Love Bites, this is a comedic vampire movie. This one is much like the others, not great but funny at times.
(ag) wrote: Slow start but a powerful build. Capra's trademarks are all here - the nicely delineated characters, the combination of populism and mob rule, the ruthless emotional manipulation, the flawless eye for composition. There is still some stock 1930s nonsense (the rakish banker, the lame gangster plot) that keeps this from classic status, but it's well worth a look if you get a chance.
(ru) wrote: I love love love this movie. I enjoy 80's movies. This movie has a great cast! Watch the trailer!