#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – Up-and-coming District Attorney, Mitch Brockton is involved in a fatal hit-and-run, but Clinton Davis, is found with the body and charged with murder. Believing that Davis is innocent, Brockton is compelled to throw the trial. Soon after, Brocton’s perfect life begins to unravel as he realizes that the man he set free is hiding a secret that will destroy him.
Plot: When up-and-coming District Attorney Mitch Brockden commits a fatal hit-and-run, he feels compelled to throw the case against the accused criminal who was found with the body and blamed for the crime. Following the trial, Mitch’s worst fears come true when he realizes that he acquitted a guilty man, and he soon finds himself on the hunt for the killer before more victims pile up.
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I watched this movie the other day and this was a decent flick worth watching. The acting was good and the plot was kind of neat. I have always been a fan of Mr. Jackson. His best roles are when he plays the bad guy. This movie might not win any awards but overall this movie was good to watch.
I gave this movie a 7 out of a possible 10. If you are a fan of Jackson and enjoy his bad boy attitude then this movie is right up your alley! Sit back open up a bag of popcorn and enjoy the plot. Me and my GF had a good time trying to figure out what was really going on. Just when you think you got it figured out something a new twist tricks ya!
Let’s not go too far with the criticism, this one is not bad at all
Let’s say that you’re a normal TV watcher and you do 5-6 thrillers a year, or a film-buff and do 15-20. Let’s face it, most of us get to know films and film genres … and become a good judge of them, by watching a fair number. In so doing, we’re going to come across a mix of unwatchable, fairly watchable, good and – just occasionally – superb movies. Despite the quite (I’d say surprisingly) strong criticism among these reviews here, “Reasonable Doubt” from Peters Howitt and Dowling is certainly up to watchable, and I reckon verging on the “good”. Maybe it’s not extremely original, but it’s got lots of twists and turns that keep you going, and it has those dark, dingy, winter-in-Chicago vibes that offer a nice-enough background and atmosphere for a movie that starts off with a ruffian-turned-good guy wracked by guilt for one stupid thing he’s done and ends up … well, very far from that. The story builds and builds and certainly at odd moments it’s a touch implausible – as may be the accent of star Dominic Cooper as lawyer Mitch Brockden. But plenty of times it’s intriguing and worthy of the name and genre “thriller”. And Samuel L. Jackson gives good value as usual. Most other players except Ryan Robbins as Jimmy Logan don’t do much, but – no matter what those fussy reviewers say – you could find plenty of worse films to fill 90 minutes than this, and many that had bigger money and ridiculous amounts of sell put into them. “Reasonable Doubt’ was turned out for $8M and doesn’t pretend to be more than it is … which is quite good, pretty unpredictable and nicely atmospheric. Job well enough done, I’d say.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 31 min (91 min)
Genre Crime, Drama, Thriller
Director Peter Howitt
Writer Peter A. Dowling
Actors Dominic Cooper, Samuel L. Jackson, Gloria Reuben, Ryan Robbins
Country Canada, Germany, USA
Production Company South Creek Pictures, Bavariapool International Coproductions
Sound Mix Dolby Digital
Aspect Ratio 2.35 : 1
Camera Panavision Cameras and Lenses
Laboratory Finalé Editworks, Vancouver, Canada (digital intermediate)
Film Length N/A
Negative Format N/A
Cinematographic Process N/A
Printed Film Format N/A