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    The Judge

    Hank Palmer was a talented lawyer with his success and contribution. His reputation quickly distinguished, but Hank Palmer must halt all to go home to mourn for the mother he loved most. All eyes and skepticism flocked to the magistrate Joseph Palmer and also the father of Hank. Because trusting in his father, Hank had defended for him and began to engage in a tough fight.
    Duration: 141 min
    Quality: HD
    Release: 2014
    IMDb: 7.4
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  • Actors of "The Judge"

  • Characters of "The Judge"

    Hank Palmer. Character of The Judge
    Joseph Palmer. Character of The Judge
    Played by: Robert Duvall
    Samantha. Character of The Judge
    Played by: Vera Farmiga
    Dwight Dickham. Character of The Judge
    Glen Palmer. Character of The Judge
    Dale Palmer. Character of The Judge
    Played by: Jeremy Strong
    Carla. Character of The Judge
    Doc Morris. Character of The Judge
    Played by: Denis O'Hare
    Redneck #2. Character of The Judge
    Played by: Jeremy Holm
    Eric Palmer. Character of The Judge
    Played by: Ian Nelson
    Young Glen. Character of The Judge
    Played by: Cody Pettola
  • Directors of "The Judge"

    David Dobkin. Director of The Judge
    David Dobkin
    Birthdate: 23 June 1969, Washington, District of Columbia, USA
  • Creators of "The Judge"

    Nick Schenk. Director of The Judge
    Nick Schenk
    Bill Dubuque. Director of The Judge
    Bill Dubuque
  • Critic Reviews of "The Judge"

    Denver Post
    October 17, 2014

    There are a number of fine reasons to see the courtroom-meets-family melodrama The Judge. As you might suspect, two stand out: actors Robert Duvall and Robert Downey Jr.

    Time Out
    October 14, 2014

    A charismatic performance from Downey Jr and the growling presence of Duvall make up for a multitude of sins in this big and brash family drama .

    Entertainment Weekly
    October 11, 2014

    I don't expect The Judge to usher in a new era of legal thrillers, but I'm happy to see Downey leave the Marvel universe and Baker Street behind.

    New York Magazine/Vulture
    October 10, 2014

    This is not by any means a bad movie. The script has its bright patches, the setting is picturesque, and the cast is full of actors you'll want to see.

    Rolling Stone
    October 10, 2014

    An overstuffed, overlong slog of a legal drama. Director David Dobkin coats every clichƩ with cheap theatrics. Go ahead, see The Judge just for Downey and Duvall. But to cite another recent dud, this is where I leave you.

    New Zealand Herald
    February 28, 2017

    Downey's Hank is basically Downey playing a character carefully calibrated for audience sympathies -- hey he's a smug jerk of a lawyer but he's a really good Dad to his loving young daughter.

    April 14, 2016

    It remains watchable to the very end, mostly thanks to a stolid cast that absolutely refuses to be sucked into the muddied tropes that make up the screenplay.

    CinemanĆ­a (Spain)
    April 07, 2016

    The main plot anchors itself with quite a lot of naturalism, an ironic half-smile, and that measured point of repulsion-attraction mastered by the great Luchini, expert on human toads that tie us with their tongues. [Full Review in Spanish]

    Independent Online (South Africa)
    March 02, 2016

    The familial dysfunction is familiar and cliched, but the two complement each other nicely. Duvall makes the audience, and Hank, work to get to know him, and by the time the denouement rolls around you are glad Hank kept on prodding.

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