High Crimes (2002)

PG-13   |    |  Crime, Drama, Mystery


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High powered lawyer Claire Kubik finds her world turned upside down when her husband, who has been living under a false name, is arrested by military police and placed on trial for the murder of villagers while he was in the Marines.


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  • Amanda Peet at an event for High Crimes (2002)
  • Claire (ASHLEY JUDD) has an emotional conversation with her newly imprisoned husband Tom (JAMES CAVIEZEL).
  • MORGAN FREEMAN (left) and director CARL FRANKLIN discuss a scene on the set of HIGH CRIMES.
  • Amanda Peet at an event for High Crimes (2002)
  • Attorney Claire Kubik (ASHLEY JUDD) reacts to her husband Tom's (JAMES CAVIEZEL) imprisonment for an alleged heinous crime.
  • Grimes (MORGAN FREEMAN) and Embry (ADAM SCOTT) share an intense moment while preparing for a military trial.

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30 March 2014 | OllieSuave-007
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| High tensions and mystery.
Morgan Freeman and Ashley Judd, after starring in 1997's Kiss the Girls, reunite in this story about powerful attorney Claire Kubik (Judd), who finds her husband Tom Kubik (Jim Caviezel) arrested for the murder of Latin American villagers while he was in the Marines, with the name of Sgt. Ron Chapman. Claire teams up with Charlie Grimes (Freeman) to navigate through the military justice system in attempts to clear Tom, all while dealing with the deaths of key eyewitnesses.

Like Kiss the Girls, this movie is full of mystery and tension that will captivate an audience and keep the movie's pace going strong despite its simple and predictable plot. Freeman is a calm yet dynamic actor, which is perfect in his role as he teams up once again with Judd, who herself gave an energetic and dramatic performance in her attorney role. Jim Caviezel gave a strong and mysterious performance as the accused Tom, whose unknown background will leave the audience guessing.

With some good suspense and tension, it's a worthy courtroom drama for a popcorn movie night.

Grade B-

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