Overall Rank: 8759
Average Rating: 2.4/4
# of Ratings: 56
Theatrical Release Date: 04/05/2002
Genre: Crime, Thriller
MPAA Rating: PG-13
Director: Carl Franklin
Actors: Ashley Judd, Morgan Freeman, James Caviezel, Adam Scott, Amanda Peet, Bruce Davison
Plot: San Francisco attorney Claire Kubik teams up with a former military attorney to defend her husband, Tom, in court when the military declares Tom a deserter, charging him with participating in a mass killing in El Salvador. But even if Claire can clear Tom's name, she begins to question whether she wants to ... particularly when she uncovers some disturbing, top-secret details about the crime.
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Snoogans - wrote on 03/31/2012
Just your average mystery thriller. The ending twist is okay, but the conclusion is so badly cliche.
shutterspeed777 - wrote on 04/26/2009
I'd say that this an OK movie. It's entertaining. It pokes your mind a little bit. But it just did not reach the peak that were meant for high-profile high suspense crime flicks. MORGAN FREEMAN was not maxed out of his acting skills, and ASHLEY JUDD was not pushed enough to the limit as well. This production was a piece of cake for these two high caliber celebrities. They simply rode on the power of their names. But still, won't waste your time if you go and see it.
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MovieAddict - wrote on 05/11/2012
Claire Kubik (Ashley Judd) is living her dream-life. She and her husband (James Caviezel) seem to really love each other and she is enjoying success at work as a lawyer. But then her husband is arrested and charged for heinous war crimes that took place years ago in El Salvador.
She leaves everything behind to try to acquit her husband of these charges. Her defense team includes sister Jackie (Amanda Peet), rookie Marine advocate Lieutenant Embry (Adam Scott), and washed up councilor Charlie Grimes (Morgan Freeman) who is wrestling with his own demons.
Together, they try to uncover the truth behind the incident about what really happened in Latin America all those years back. But along the way Claire's faith in her husbandís innocence begins to falter as a few disturbing truths …
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