#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – Mark Sway is an 11-year-old boy who lives with his mother and brother in a trailer. One day, he and his brother are hanging out when a car pulls over beside them. The driver then sticks a hose in his exhaust and puts the other end into the car. Mark pulls it out. But the man sees him and grabs him and takes inside the car. The man talks to Mark then later shoots himself. The shock sends Mark’s brother into a catatonic state. .And one of his clients is a member of a mob family who is suspected of killing a Senator who was trying to take down his family. But because the Senator’s body is missing, they can’t prosecute him. Reggie thinks Foltrigg thinks the lawyer told Mark where the body is which is why he wants to speak to him. Mark goes to meet Roy and when he threatens him, Mark steps out then Reggie comes in with a recording of his conversation with Mark telling him that made several violations. In the meantime, the mobster is told by the head of the family to take care of Mark. So, he threatens Mark. Mark doesn’t know what to do and learns that Reggie has some secrets of her own and is uncertain if he can trust her.
Plot: A street-wise kid, Mark Sway, sees the suicide of Jerome Clifford, a prominent Louisiana lawyer, whose current client is Barry ‘The Blade’ Muldano, a Mafia hit-man. Before Jerome shoots himself, he tells Mark where the body of a Senator is buried. Clifford shoots himself and Mark is found at the scene, and both the FBI and the Mafia quickly realize that Mark probably knows more than he says.
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Above Average Legal Tale.
Wow, what a cast! And they all deliver the goods too. Susan Sarandon is an exceptional actress. Watch the scene in “Dead Man Walking” when she visits the family of one of the victims. She doesn’t just sit quietly. She actively “listens” to them. And Tommy Lee Jones uncovers the comic side of his dashing political lawyer. Even the eleven-year-old kid gives a spot on performance, anything but cute, which is a relief. The smaller roles are equally well done although there is less to be done well. J. T. Walsh is always good. Mary-Louise Parker never makes a wrong move as the stressed-out mother. Ossie Davis is a monumental presence as the judge. Bill Macy is given only a few lines.
The script isn’t bad either, especially in the first half of the film, in which the characters are being established. There are, alas, three clichés.
The bad guys LOOK like move bad guys usually look. They dress in black, have long greasy hair, are engraved with threatening jailhouse tattoos of barbed wire and things, and they never seem to enjoy themselves.
There are also two stereotypical scenes which really should have been avoided. In the first, the boy, Renfro, is trying to sneak out of a hospital. He pokes his face through a door into the reception room, where he sees his mother and two cops walking around. In the shadows he also spots the man he knows is trying to murder him. So what does he do? Does he run to his Mom and the police for protection? Certainly not. He does what aay potential murder victim would do. He dashes away from safety, down several flights of an empty stairway, followed closely by the squinter with a knife. The scene that follows is lifted straight out of “Coma,” with the killer being locked in a refrigerator.
The other stereotyped situation is towards the end, when (just by the most improbable of coincidences) Sarandon and Renfro reach an empty boat house at the same time as three of the heavies. The two innocents try to avoid being discovered. There is a lot of tiptoeing around on creaky boards, a foot chase through some bushes, one of those scenes in which one person holds a gun on a second, and the second smiles and says, “You don’t have the guts to pull the trigger,” and walks up closer to the muzzle.
I’ve pointed out these weaknesses not because this is a bad movie. It’s really pretty good. But the cast is so outstanding that any weakness in the story is the more highly illuminated.
See it, if only to see the range of facial expressions into which Jones is able to fashion his face.
Standard tale of a kid who inadvertently watched a mob lawyer kill himself. With the mob, the FBI and the media hounding him, a young Brad Renfro turns to Susan Sarandon a rookie lawyer who holds his hand through to the end.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 59 min (119 min)
Genre Crime, Drama, Mystery
Director Joel Schumacher
Writer John Grisham, Akiva Goldsman, Robert Getchell
Actors Susan Sarandon, Tommy Lee Jones, Brad Renfro
Country United States
Awards Nominated for 1 Oscar. 3 wins & 4 nominations total
Production Company N/A
Sound Mix Dolby SR
Aspect Ratio 2.39 : 1
Camera Panavision Panaflex Platinum, Panavision Primo and E-Series Lenses
Laboratory Technicolor, Hollywood (CA), USA
Film Length 3,308 m (Sweden)
Negative Format 35 mm
Cinematographic Process Panavision (anamorphic)
Printed Film Format 35 mm