Aroview: It's back to court with John Grisham, in a well-cast, entertaining tale of gun-control issues, jury-manipulation, big business and the seemingly fragile scales of justice.
After a mass shooting, a widow decides to sue the gun manufacturers with the help of attorney Hoffman. However the defendant's CIA consultant Hackman and shadowy juror Cusack are soon dabbling in the process. Hardly innovative, this still does a competent job without the heavy hand that has spoiled other Grisham adaptations.
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3 stars (Good Enough) One of the better film-versions of Grisham's famous law-premised novels, Runaway Jury is a compelling drama and suspense film, with good performances and plenty of intrigue.~Tom H