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Under Oath (1997)

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Ray Ramírez
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Has the "wow" factor going for it....
14 May 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Out of nowhere comes "Under Oath", with a clever script, fine acting, and believability. This is DVD gold for those seeking an unknown movie to "wow" your friends. The fast moving story has plenty of action, twists and turns, and well developed characters. The low budget never gets in the way, and the camera work is totally acceptable. My only objection, and is not a big deal, is that several of the stunt scenes are marginal at best (can you really miss that many times with an automatic weapon?). For all the times you took a chance on an unknown noir, and were disappointed, "Under Oath" should regain your faith, and encourage your quest for those hidden gems. Highly recommended. - MERK


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