Poll: You've been framed...
You've been wrongfully accused of a capital crime. The police are after you and they have tons of circumstantial evidence against you to prove their case. What do you do next? Quick! Hide in this board forum. The police won't look for you in here!
Poll by: TsarStepan
Created Sep 15 2016
Harrison Ford in The Fugitive (1993)
I'll run. But mark my words, I'll find the person who really committed the crime!
George Clooney, John Turturro, and Tim Blake Nelson in O Brother, Where Art Thou? (2000)
I'll run away but heck if I know where my destination would be.
Roberto Benigni, Nicoletta Braschi, Tom Waits, and John Lurie in Down by Law (1986)
I'll run and lay low in a small rural town.
Anthony Hopkins in Hannibal (2001)
I'll have many resources at hand. I'm intelligent and shrewd. I'll flee the continent, live in luxury, and never come back.
Ivana Milicevic in Banshee (2013)
I'm resigned to the fact that I have no where to go. No friends, family, and or resources to escape or prove myself innocent. I'll take a plea bargain and do my time. Life sucks anyways.
Clint Eastwood in Escape from Alcatraz (1979)
I'll let myself get caught. My escape plan comes later.
Matt Servitto and Antony Starr in Banshee (2013)
I'll hide in plain sight. I'll steal someone's identity and live life freely from there on.
Liam Neeson, Bradley Cooper, Sharlto Copley, and Quinton 'Rampage' Jackson in The A-Team (2010)
I'll join a group of other fugitives and travel from town to town in order to help the helpless with their problems.
Bill Bixby in The Incredible Hulk (1977)
I'll travel solitary and incognito helping those who can't help themselves.
"Bonnie and Clyde" Faye Dunaway 1967 Warner Bros.
If I'm going to be wrongfully convicted anyway? I might as well go on a crime spree. I'll earn my criminal history the fair way.
Jeremy Renner in The Town (2010)
I know I ain't escaping but I know I'm not going to rot in jail. I'll go out in a hail of bullets.
Paul Newman and Robert Redford in Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid (1969)
I'll head down to a lawless country where extradition is impossible.
Jack Nicholson in The Shining (1980)
I'm not an angel. Who am I kidding? I'm guilty as hell! It's a fact. I committed the crime I have been charged with.
Peter O'Toole and Steve Railsback in The Stunt Man (1980)
I'd hide on the set of a film, in the magical make-believe world of Hollywood, waiting to leave town with the crew and actors when shooting is complete.
"Dark Passage" Lauren Bacall and Humphrey Bogart 1947 Warner Bros.
I'd get plastic surgery like Vincent Parry (Humphrey Bogart) in Dark Passage (1949). With my new identity, I'll find a sympathetic dame to help me prove my innocence.
Paul Newman and Robert Redford in The Sting (1973)
I'll fake my own death so everyone looking for me will have to basically stop looking for me.
Bob Hoskins and Charles Fleischer in Who Framed Roger Rabbit (1988)
I'll run then hire the very same detective who not only hates my guts but was also used unwittingly as a part of the frame against me.
Raymond Burr in Perry Mason (1957)
I wouldn't just hire an attorney, I'd hire THE attorney for the wrongly accused.
Call Northside 777 (1948)
I'll turn myself into the cops. I may get sent to prison but my family will get an investigative reporter to prove my innocence and exonerate me.
The Wrong Man (1956)
I'll turn myself to the cops. I may get sent to prison. In the meanwhile, I'll hire a good attorney, who will point out all the inherent flaws in the prosecutor's case, questions all the eye witnesses, and/or causes a mistrial.
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