Good Friday (I) (2020)

  |  Crime, Drama, Family

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Lucas Cole, prosecutor and single parent, faces a day of life-defining choices when he is enticed to dismiss a charge of hit and run while intoxicated, by the wife of a wealthy media mogul.


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22 August 2020 | screechy_jim-92009
| Don't waste your time
This is really a mess of incoherent scenes sewn together badly to produce a bad lengthy episode of LA Law.

The skewed timeline doesn't help and most of the legal scenes are lengthy, wordy and filled with pseudo legalese that really makes no sense. Half way through I found myself unable to properly follow either the chain of events or the story line, and it never improved.

Acting was what you'd expect all overly dramatic and exaggerated just like the script, and if that were all I could have lived with it, but a poorly written story is a death sentence to a film and this one needs to be laid to rest.


Plot Summary


Crime | Drama | Family


Release Date:

4 July 2020


English, Spanish, French

Country of Origin


Filming Locations

Suffolk County, Long Island, New York, USA

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