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Double Jeopardy

The case of a woman named Libby Parsons is still under way and is the woman who was framed to kill her husband in recent years. The Libby trial began, with many years in prison. Libby still has two burning desires: finding her son and solving her controversial case. Libby suspects that her husband is still alive and is therefore trying to reach him. Libby thinks she has already been tried for the crime, so she can not be sued if she finds and kills him. There seems to be ambiguity about that issue.
Keywords:  #Ashley Judd #Bruce Beresford #Bruce Greenwood #Double Jeopardy #Tommy Lee Jones
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Houston Chronicle
January 01, 2000
Beresford's straight-ahead approach to the material, as a heart-tugger, is 180 degrees wrong.
culturevulture.net
September 26, 2001
This bone-weary material would barely make for a passable episode of Diagnosis: Murder.
Draxblog Movie Reviews
February 14, 2005
The way the screenwriters treat the law is in many ways similar to way they treat intelligence of the viewers.
Variety
January 01, 2000
Double Jeopardy is single-minded and engaging thriller storytelling without an afterglow.
Film Quips Online
February 08, 2003
This film takes a potentially interesting premise and makes some mistakes that result in a faulty final product.
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New York Times
January 01, 2000
Ms. Judd looks too dainty to throw herself into anything more reckless than a manicure.
Courier-Journal (Louisville, KY)
June 23, 2004
The script, not rooted in logic, leaves certain plot elements unexplained. And when the ending arrives, it's no surprise.
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Mr. Showbiz
January 01, 2000
It has no subtlety, no shadings, and no suspense, and might as well not have a screenplay.
San Jose Mercury News
January 01, 2000
One of the dumbest chase thrillers ever to stumble onto the big screen!
Movie Metropolis
April 07, 2001
Implausible and contrived...it's "The Fugitive," complete with Tommy Lee Jones in essentially the same role.
Low IQ Canadian
July 16, 2004
Double Jeoprady has all the legal savvy of the O.J. Simpson jury.
Boston Globe
January 01, 2000
A lukewarm outing that mostly just bops from plot point to plot point.
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