Double Jeopardy (1992)

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Jack Hart lives with his lawyer wife and young daughter and enjoys a wonderful life. Jack's old girlfriend, Lisa, comes into town and they have an affair. Lisa kills her current boyfriend ... See full summary »


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20 September 1999 | culwin
5
| *yawn*
This movie is not very thrilling and there are no plot "twists and turns" to speak of. I don't even know why this movie is called "Double Jeopardy". The trial ends 10 minutes before the end of the movie, when everything is revealed and the movie ends. A very stupid ending as well. The only thing that will keep you guessing is when something interesting is going to happen. All the actors do a good job and the director does fine with what he has to work with, but in the end, this could have been a good movie if only they had a good script to work with.

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