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Law Abiding Citizen (2009) Movie Reviews

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07/03/2013 (0 of 0 found this helpful)

Fascist Rubbish

There is something inhumanely ugly and cruel about Law Abiding Citizen. The film asks us to celebrate Draconian revenge-based justice and the violation of civil liberties because of the fact that the courts can occasionally be abused to get bad people out of nasty sentences. It uses the rape and murder of a child and its mother to justify the abandonment of neutrality in law and encourage the pursuit of punishment over stability. It uses the grief of a widower to mold a mad, sadistic Knight Templar-type (played by Gerard Butler) to convince us that violent crime is the result of the law being too soft on offenders. And why does it do all these things? To engender populist contempt, of course, for a Criminological theory that Americans rarely use anyway; and given the frequency of this typ...

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04/02/2010 (0 of 1 found this helpful)

Law Abiding Citizen Review

This movie was amazing. Kept me thinking and guessing the whole time. Like I said before Gerard Butler's best performance was in 300. But his performance in this movie was kick ass, he was amazing I rank this movie closely with 300. Jamie Foxx did ok with what he had to work with he played a believeable character. This movie is a shot of adernaline straight to the brain. This movie is greatly made had time and effort put into to. There's scenes in this movie that go over the top that make this movie so much more better. This movie is different you don't see movies like this one all the time. The supporting cast was ok did good with what they had to work with. This movie deliveres tour de force performances from it's two leads in there cat and mouse game. This movie is going to be more opi...

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03/20/2010 (0 of 0 found this helpful)

Gerald Butler is becoming a star!!

Law Abiding Citizen does not fail to bring intensity and intelligence. The movie was great: good character development, great action, good suspense and the plot is alluring. Clyde Shelton, Gerard Butler's character, is surprising likable even with all his misdeeds; I found myself rooting for him at the end. I thought he did a fantastic job with this character – Clyde Shelton was chillingly intelligent and charismatic. The movie shed light on the corruption and problems with the legal system and how one man decides to fight back. Although his actions were extreme, he got his message across and his justice served. Jamie Fox's character, Nick Rice was slightly conceited and not very likable; however he does learn his lesson. As a whole the movie was entertaining and good; however…

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