With lives and millions of dollars at stake, juror Nicholas Easter and his girlfriend Marlee, one on the inside and the other on the outside, together manipulate a court trial involving a major gun manufacturer. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A juror on the inside and a woman on the outside manipulate a court trial involving a major gun manufacturer.
- Stars:Michael Douglas, Michael Bodnar, Vladimir Radian, Robin Tunney, Albert Brooks, Boyd Banks, Susan Aceron, Lindsay Sloane, Maria Ricossa, Ryan Reynolds, John Cusack, Gene Hackman, Dustin Hoffman, Rachel Weisz, Bruce Davison, Bruce McGill, Jeremy Piven, Nick Searcy, Stanley Anderson, Cliff Curtis, Nestor Serrano, Leland Orser, Jennifer Beals, Gerry Bamman, Joanna Going,
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Brook P (ca) wrote: Redford does a superb job of relating the horrific story of injustice and deceit by the hands of our government when we ignore our constitution and seek revenge.
Darius C (ag) wrote: Interesting effect of combining british, hungarian and american cinematography. Story by Joe Eszterhas (screenwriter of Basic Insint) produced by Andrew Vajna - the mean behind such blockbusters like Total Recall or Basic Instinct... Music by Nick Glennie Smith. Interesting story with emotional background. Worth seing.
RiP M (br) wrote: High-concept exploration of celebrity seemed curiously dated and outmoded even when it was released. Remote and cold.
Mathew F (ru) wrote: Pure bliss. This is what moviemaking is about. This is how to funnel feelings and emotion onto the silver screen. The result is a breathtaking cinematic journey almost unrivaled in modern times. There is so much to say,but no doubt already said. So i will just say if you have not,go watch it now.
Donald W (au) wrote: This was Pam Grier's first Black-splotation movie. These movies came out in the 1970's and were written, directed by a white guy but used as many under-employed black actors and actresses as they could. Most of them had worked only in television before. The stories were directed at black audiences. The really bad guys were all white and the good guys were all black. The essence of the movie is that Pam Grier plays a nurse whose sister overdoses on heroin. She finds the source and plays a junkie so she can get close to the supplier and kills the pusher and his supplier. Then she finds out from a cop friend that a new mob is moving in to supply the drugs. She then pretends to be a prostitute to get close to the new gangsters. This gives her a chance to show off her sexy body. She finds out her politician boyfriend is taking money from these gangsters. By the end of the movie she manages to kill everyone and wanders off down the beach. The movie blames the nation's drug problem on white gangsters and corrupt politicians. This is an over simplification of the drug problem; however, the Italian Mafia grew to power selling bootleg whisky in the 1920's. Corrupt politicians allowed this. When liquor was legalized and World War II ended the Mafia switched to selling heroin to blacks in the inner cities. By the 1960's the heroin epidemic was so bad that President Nixon launched the war on drugs. By the time this movie was made the Federal Government was making an all out push to cut off the importation of heroin. It's a total fantasy that a single woman could get close enough to drug gangsters to be able to kill them and get away with it. Even if she didn't get convicted of murder, the gangsters would have killed her before the law could catch her. As an excuse to see a naked Pam Grier the movie works. Other than that it's pretty lame.
Quindarius H (it) wrote: I'll go crazy for the movie
Adam R (br) wrote: I actually kind of liked it, but probably wouldn't watch it again. If you can tolerate some hammy acting, particularly from John Travolta, it is a decent action movie. (First and only viewing - 10/13/2014)
Knox M (fr) wrote: One of the ten greatest films of all time, WHO'S AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOOLF? is so good it doesn't need a rating.
Cecilia S (br) wrote: omg! i read the book and cant wait until next summer to go and finaly see it on the big screen! i just hope they dont lean too far from the actual story line.