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The Last Letter (2004)

R | | Thriller, Drama, Mystery
We join the trial of a suspected serial killer as the judge gives his final instructions to the jury. The jury seems set to convict but the foreman persuades them to first examine the ... See full summary »

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Ms. Toney / Alicia Cromwell
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Robert Miranda ...
Mr. Pickett
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Ms. Paige
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Mr. Cochran
Lee de Broux ...
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David Rael ...
Jack Hamilton
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We join the trial of a suspected serial killer as the judge gives his final instructions to the jury. The jury seems set to convict but the foreman persuades them to first examine the evidence. As he reviews the evidence and describes the various murders the jurors begin to waiver. As the foreman continues to vividly recount the killings one by one it becomes more and more obvious that he is more involved in the case than he is letting on. Written by David Foss

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Fourteen Victims. Twelve Jurors. One Dangerous Game.


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Rated R for violence and nudity
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This 'movie' is awful.
19 July 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is a terrible, terrible movie. I like bad movies, but I couldn't even sit through this piece of trash. All of the actors (or should I say 'over-actors'?) were terrible caricatures of characters in Twelve Angry Men, the plot is trite (they probably stole a good part of it from CSI or something), and the flashbacks of the murders are terribly shot and filtered with something yellow so they are also physically hard to watch. Unless you have watched every other movie ever made, for Pete's sake don't get this one. If you're looking for jury drama, go with the original version of Twelve Angry Men instead. And if you're looking for an actual psychological thriller, there are hundreds better than this one.


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