Reasonable Doubt


Action / Crime / Thriller

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 13%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 32%
IMDb Rating 5.7 10 15715


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Samuel L. Jackson as Clinton Davis
Dominic Cooper as Mitch Brockden
Erin Karpluk as Rachel Brockden
Gloria Reuben as Det. Blake Kanon
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749.37 MB
23.976 fps
1hr 31 min
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1hr 31 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by maleficarus 7 / 10

Decent flick!

I watched this movie the other day and this was a decent flick worth watching. The acting was good and the plot was kind of neat. I have always been a fan of Mr. Jackson. His best roles are when he plays the bad guy. This movie might not win any awards but overall this movie was good to watch.

I gave this movie a 7 out of a possible 10. If you are a fan of Jackson and enjoy his bad boy attitude then this movie is right up your alley! Sit back open up a bag of popcorn and enjoy the plot. Me and my GF had a good time trying to figure out what was really going on. Just when you think you got it figured out something a new twist tricks ya!

Reviewed by jrowbotham 8 / 10


Not sure what people expect from a film these days. I thoroughly enjoyed the film from start to finish.

There are many films out there that don't make the grade in my opinion this is not one of them.

Samuel L was solid as usual a slightly darker film for him I thought but convincing as Clinton Davis. Could have been a little longer perhaps. A good thriller with a twist from the start.

Dominic Cooper puts in a decent performance as Mitch Brockden a District Attorney who after believing that Davis is innocent defends him in court.

Soon after Davis is set free Mitch is unaware that Davis is hiding a secret that will ultimately destroy him.

As a Crime Thriller it's above average and worth a view enjoy.

Reviewed by doug_park2001 6 / 10

"Now you're going to know what it is to be me!"

Dominic Cooper plays Mitch Brockden, a brilliant young Assistant D.A. in Chicago who unwittingly finds himself intertwined in a cat-mouse game with Clinton Davis, played by Samuel Jackson.

If you're just looking for a fairly standard legal-suspense thriller, this one should do. Decent acting and vivid cinematography help to cover over the various inconsistencies in the plot, which, though it has a few unexpected flourishes, is otherwise right off the old cutting board. There's not much in the way of subtlety or food for speculation: Everything is explained neatly away in the dialogue. Some surprises here and there, but REASONABLE DOUBT ends up pretty much the way you probably think it will. A number of people were obviously more impressed by this film than I was, but then again, a number of others obviously weren't. Oh well, REASONABLE DOUBT kept my attention, and I made it to the end without any problem.

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