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|Degree of Guilt|
Actors: Daphne Zuniga, David James Elliott, Patricia Kalember, Adam LaVorgna, Mae Whitman
Director: Mike Robe
Genres: Drama, Television, Mystery & Suspense
Studio: Lions Gate Home Ent. Release Date: 02/17/2004 Run time: 180 minutes
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A Great Thriller!
Kristi Ahlers | Illinois | 08/08/2003
(4 out of 5 stars)
"This was a great thriller based on two books by Richard North Patterson, which are the books "Degree of Guilt" and "From A Childs Eye". The great cast which includes great actors like Melrose Place Daphne Zuniga, JAG's David James Elliott, as well as NYPD Blues, Sharon Lawrence makes this made for T.V. thriller a must watch movie. This story is full of twists and turns and Mr. Elliott and Ms. Zuniga have great chemistry that adds to their abilty to tell this story. Zuniga and Elliott play lawyers that have feeling for each other but they are both professional and they don't act on their feelings until Terry (Zuniga) leaves her sociopath husband and asks Chris (Elliott) how he feels. After both admitting that they care for each other they finish the big case they are working on and then they plan on taking a vacation together. Terry's husband though has other plans. He needs cash and he is not going to let her walk away without paying one way or another. He starts blackmailing Terry for custody of their 5 year old daughter Elena. Chris hates seeing Terry hurt this way and on the eve of their departure to France pays Terry's husband a visit. While in France it turns out that Terry's husband has been killed. Who killed this guy? Was it Chris who wanted to save Terry from a ugly custody battle? Or was it Terry who wanted to be with Chris and have Elena as well or is it someone else? Now Chris and Terry have the fight of their lives head of them and the only thing holding them together is their love and trust in each other but will that be enough?If you like edge of your seat viewing that includes murder, blackmail, romance and a huge whodunit mystery, then you will love this DVD!"
Three Hours of Total Stupidity
Pat Brown | Washington DC | 10/06/2003
(1 out of 5 stars)
"I laughed my way through this movie..oh, it wasn't supposed to be a comedy? Whoever wrote the screenplay for this atrocity ought to be shot and the lawyer for THAT defendent would get the guy off with justifiable homicide.It was ridiculously easy to figure out who-dun-it the minute the victim hit the carpet. After that, the movie became a "participation party game" for those of us watching it. We got to shout out exactly what was going to happen next and then..dum de dum dum..ta da!Add to this obvious-as-all-get-out "clever plot with many twists and turns" ::snort::the terrifically incompetent cops and lawyers(cops who don't even bother to process the crime scene and who interview five-year-olds without a parent present; lawyers who have no clue how to run a defense) and the movie is nothing but a great example of how not to make one......oh, yeah, and a good party game for your next neighborhood get-together!Pat Brown/CEO/Investigative Criminal Profiler/The Sexual Homicide Exchange"