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Murder In The First

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Henry, a small-time criminal sent to Alcatraz, is caught attempting to escape and as punishment, he's put in solitary confinement. After being taken out of it, almost immediately, Young took a spoon and stabbed a fellow prisoner in the neck, killing him. Now, it's a rookie lawyer who proves Alcatraz is to blame, and that Henry should not be executed.
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Roger Ebert
Slater, who in certain shots looks curiously like Kevin Costner, is an actor with talent, but he is too young for this role, and not confident enough to dial down a little.
January 01, 2000
Frank Ochieng
An arbitrary by-the-numbers courtroom/crime yarn that sometimes shifts between being too preachy and pretentious.
May 29, 2003
Pablo Villaça
O roteiro maniqueísta e a direção pesada, nada sutil, de Rocco comprometem irremediavelmente o filme - que ainda conta com a atuação nada convincente de Slater.
April 13, 2004
Rita Kempley
Though based on a true story, this grueling drama is peopled by characters that have been fictionalized into big house cliches.
January 01, 2000
Rick Groen
The figures are right, the investment looks good, but the emotional pay-off is minimal.
April 12, 2002
Kenneth Turan
Woefully over-manipulative and over-the-top.
February 13, 2001
Mick LaSalle
An example of what happens when a picture has everything going for it except good writing and good direction.
January 01, 2000