The Gingerbread Man
The Gingerbread Man

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A lawyer uses his power to help his lover put her father behind bars, but when he escapes, they are all in danger.... (Full plot summary below)

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A lawyer uses his power to help his lover put her father behind bars, but when he escapes, they are all in danger.

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Entertainment Weekly - 9/10 by Owen GleibermanBranagh, chewing on a plummy Georgia accent, makes the divorced, boozing, and womanizing Magruder a smug yet touchingly vulnerable legal player.
Combustible Celluloid - 9/10 by Jeffrey M. AndersonAltman and his great cast make the most of the material and deliver a solid movie.
Urban Cinefile - 9/10 by Urban Cinefile CriticsIt's Branagh that holds this film together, and he does well, and it's a taut thriller, but one that lacks the panache of an Altman film.
Movieline - 9/10 by Stephen FarberThe unlikely pairing of John Grisham and Robert Altman proves rewarding for both partners.
Chicago Sun-Times - 8/10 by Roger EbertIt's all atmospheric, quirky and entertaining: the kind of neo-noir in which old-fashioned characters have updated problems.
Chicago Reader - 8/10 by Jonathan RosenbaumUnless one counts a few running gibes against lawyers that can easily be imagined coming from Grisham, Altman basically chooses to treat this hackneyed story straight.
The New York Times - 8/10 by Elvis MitchellWith unexpected success, Robert Altman plays a John Grisham mystery in a seductive new key.
Cinematter - 8/10 by Madeleine WilliamsSolid directing and an excellent cast make for a thrilling initial 90 minutes, and even when the good actors start doing stupid things, at least you can enjoy the good acting.
Slate - 8/10 by David EdelsteinA fascinatingly strange and chaotic ballet set to familiar noir motifs.
Los Angeles Times - 8/10 by Jack MathewsAltman had a fine time composing difficult shots, through screens, bushes and sheets of rain, and Chungwei's images, sometimes delicate, sometimes harsh, stick with you long after you've forgotten their context.

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