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With lives and millions of dollars at stake, juror Nicholas Easter and his girlfriend Marlee, one on the inside and the other on the outside, together manipulate a court trial involving a major gun manufacturer.
The film's action is limited to repeatedly ransacking Cusack's apartment, and the plot is rife with Big-Brother-is-watching paranoia.
October 16, 2004
New York Observer
A lot of famous faces populate the courtroom in this overplotted and farfetched tale of jury-tampering, but they and the horse they rode in on are all so mired in illogical, head-scratching incoherence, they need lawyers of their own.
[T]his film ranks just below The Firm and The Client on the list of John Grisham-inspired thrillers, thumbs up.
October 27, 2003
As in all his films, there's a sense that honest human emotion bores Fleder, but he gets points for packing the trial with fine character actors, all of them adept at wringing humor and poignancy from cliche.