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Reasonable DoubtProsecutor Mitch Brockden become entangled in a traffic accident in which he accidentally stabs victim and fled from the scene. This relates to another case so Mitch decides to open an investigation against the suspect is allegedly responsible for the crime, and he is unable to reveal himself. But during the investigation, Mitch discovers the person is the real culprit he is seeking and he has to stop him before the killer continues his actions. Shockingly, his goal this time is none other than Mitch and his family...Keywords:
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Directors of "Reasonable Doubt"Peter HowittBirthdate: 5 May 1957, Manchester, England, UK
Creators of "Reasonable Doubt"Peter A. Dowling
Critic Reviews of "Reasonable Doubt"Newark Star-LedgerJanuary 17, 2014
Cooper and Jackson never really develop as characters, and the film hurtles towards a pat, violent conclusion.New York TimesJanuary 16, 2014
Had Mr. Croudins focused more on Mitch's desire to distance himself from a wrong-side-of-the-tracks upbringing - and less on ticking genre boxes - his movie could only have been the better for it.Los Angeles TimesJanuary 16, 2014
Contrived and predictable yet fairly tense ...AV ClubJanuary 16, 2014
It moves fast (a rare quality for a contemporary thriller), but doesn't end up going anywhere interesting.We Got This CoveredMarch 17, 2014
There's no doubt in my mind that this dull, preposterous mess will be gone from my memory by this time tomorrow night.Blu-ray.comJanuary 23, 2014
A mindfield of idiocy and neglect in this poorly executed thriller. Truthfully, everyone is to blame. Only Howitt had the right idea to peel his name off the finished product.Shared DarknessJanuary 17, 2014
A ramshackle delivery vehicle for Dominic Cooper's misadventures in accent and the sort of disinterested glowering that Samuel L. Jackson reliably pulls out for paycheck gigs.Slant MagazineJanuary 13, 2014
You may feel as if you're watching two or three abbreviated episodes of Law & Order in quick succession rather than a fully realized movie.
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