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After the daughter of a prominent businessman is brutally murdered, high profile defense attorney Kitt Devereux takes the case of the accused murderer, rising rapper Bobby Medina. With a history of drugs and violence, Medina is a likely suspect, but Devereux suspects there's more to the case as she locks horns with her ex-husband, D.A. Jack Campioni, and a wealthy woman whose son is a presidential candidate. Dealing with her own tainted past and the unreliable Medina, Devereux struggles to prove her client's innocence even to herself. Written by
then you are a fool. The only thing more burdensome than the pace of the movie was the the performances by Melanie Griffith and Tom Berenger. It was if they were acting through mud. But that is the cost, I suppose, when you must emote instead of acting, to make up for a weak story.
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