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Michael S. O'Rourke
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This is a solid crime thriller TV movie with some good performances throughout. It plows along at quite a pace and throws a lot of story into the pot, but it just about holds it together. The production value is strong and it still looks good today almost 20 years later. Its a mix of the mafia, courtrooms and cops, and attempts to explore what suffifcient justice really means in society.
Be warned though as despite star billing on the DVD cover Jim Belushi has a small role here, and is best described as a minor co-star.
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