Anatomy Of A Murder
This film revolves around the murder trial of a serious criminal who killed his wife. In that crime, the defendant says he suffered temporary madness after the victim raped his wife, but it may be very strange and no one knows the truth.
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June 08, 2012 (Stewart's character) finishes the film an enigma, possibly the good go-getter of Capra but too much of a shadow.Read in Source
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March 01, 2012 simultaneously plays by and punctures the expectations of the courtroom thrillerRead in Source
October 23, 2007 Preminger purposely creates situations that flicker with uncertainty, that may be evaluated in different ways. Motives are mixed and dubious, and, therefore, sustain interest.Read in Source
November 06, 2013 Otto Preminger's cynical view of the judicial system is curiously contemporary and still serves as a blueprint for numerous TV 'tec shows.Read in Source
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May 20, 2003 It is the best courtroom melodrama this old judge has ever seen.
April 25, 2012 Otto Preminger, no stranger to ruffling moral-watchdog feathers, never succumbs to the sleaziness inherent in the material, instead turning out an intelligent and tightly controlled drama that ranks as one of the all-time great courtroom procedurals.Read in Source
October 23, 2007 As an entertaining look at legal process, this is spellbinding all the way, infused by an ambiguity about human personality and motivation that is Preminger's trademark, and the location shooting is superb.Read in Source
April 24, 2009 At 160 minutes, Anatomy is longer than the subject warrants, but the pace seldom slackens -- thanks to the competence of Director Otto Preminger.Read in Source
March 09, 2012 Even with the glut of crime-related TV dramas that pepper today's screens, you'd be hard pressed to find a courtroom story that doesn't have you rooting one way or the other with a heavy-handed POV. This one doesn't it's way ahead of its time.Read in Source
Country: United States
Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
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