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I mostly liked this movie for James Spader's terrific performance as an enigmatic and powerful lawyer. Love the kind of intensity and passion he brings to his every role. Matt Davis on the other hand gives a very insipid performance. He is the weakest actor in the entire cast and cld not hold his own before some of the other accomplished actors, specially Spader and Coyote. The girls have hardly anything to do in the movie sadly.
The story is different and manages to keep the viewers engaged, though the end seemed a bit implausible. If only the screen play had been a bit tighter and someone better had been cast in Harrison's role, it wld have worked even better. Still, I wld say the movie is worth the watch for Spader's work
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