A grief-stricken mother takes on the LAPD to her own detriment when it stubbornly tries to pass off an obvious impostor as her missing child, while also refusing to give up hope that she will find him one day.
Based on a book by Andrew Neiderman, the film centers on a young lawyer who joins a New York firm only to discover that his boss has an increasingly bizarre personality. Written by
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Sculptor Frederick Hart and the Episcopal National Cathedral in Washington, DC, sued Warner Brothers over a sculpture that appears in the film and closely resembles Hart's "Ex Nihilo", which is situated above Milton's desk in his apartment. A last-minute deal was negotiated to allow the sculpture to remain in the film. See more »
In the nightmare scene, we see Mary's eyes open, she gets up from the couch, then we see her back on the couch and open her eyes again (identical footage). But since this is a nightmare, strange things are possible. See more »
i don't get it how some imbeciles criticise this movie like they work in the industry of cinematography! How can you say that Reeves has a dumb voice? What is this? I think some of these "oh so cliché!" *hit throwers shouldn't even talk about movies. Just like with "Da Vinci Code"! Cannes was "disgusted" but it invited Hanks, McKellen and all the others to make some fuss. They needed the publicity. Hellloooo!!! It's a commercial movie made after a commercial book! What did you expect? Lion in winter? Now back to Devil's Advocate. This is a *ucking great film! Besides PACINO, the direction, the screenplay and all the other actors are excellent! You can't just say things based on voice tones or phony accents! All you professional critics on the idmb, give me a *ucking break! Go to Cannes and stay there! You should study mass-media to understand that a big production is meant to be liked by all people, not by your sassy asses!
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