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A Time to Kill

7 out of 10
Average rating 7 out of 10 based on 1 rating

A Time to Kill
Director: Joel Schumacher
Main parts: Matthew McConaughey
Sandra Bullock
Samuel L. Jackson
Kevin Spacey
Oliver Platt
Charles S. Dutton
Brenda Fricker
Donald Sutherland
Kiefer Sutherland
Patrick McGoohan
Production year: 1996
Genre: Crime
Drama
Thriller
IMDB link: [LINK]
Tags:
Court Room | Jury | Ku Klux Klan | Murder | Racist | Rape

Plot outlinie:
A young lawyer defends a black man accused of murdering two men who raped his 10-year-old daughter, sparking a rebirth of the KKK.

Similar movies:
Gran Torino | The Firm | The Pelican Brief | The Client

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(2) The Lincoln Lawyer | (2) Fracture | (2) Flickan som lekte med elden | (2) Righteous Kill | (1) Gran Torino

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(4.15) The Lincoln Lawyer | (3.58) Fracture | (3.38) The Negotiator | (3.28) Flickan som lekte med elden | (2.65) Pusher 3

Movie reviews for A Time to Kill

2011-02-26  Peter Buchardt: 7 out of 10
I like court room movies, I like the whole investigation plot. This a good one of its kind. It's set in the south of the US in a time where racism lurks in every corner, which gives this movie an edge, or at least an interesting angle.

There's a few "holes" in the plot. There's McConaugheys relationship with his wife, and his missteps during trial with affair, drinking and general self destruction, and finally there's the grand finally of the jury decision, all three subjects plays a great part in the overall plot, but as a viewer you don't get much insight in these important "issues", which is a bit sad.

I've seen the movie a couple of times in the past and had an sudden urge to watch it a again[some times writing these reviews can be the main encouragement to this] and once again I state that it's good movie, and also that it easy to watch here 15 years after it premiered, which isn't the case for most movies.

On another note: Seing Donald and Kiefer Sutherland playing roles that are not family related is quit interesting. Both does a great job, even though I miss a bit insight in their backgrounds, this goes mainly for Kiefers part, since his character is all about hatred.




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