Very good movie, I was absorbed from the beginning. Very good acting, excellent story line. A good solid 9 out of 10.
Sad movie that exposes the justice system, the crappy court appointed lawyers, and the bloodthirsty Texas people for the monsters they are.
Another case of innocence betrayed. An emotionally challenging film, and one that holds the flaws and evils of the justice system up to the light.
Jack always puts a good performance on, the film was good being a low budget and all and the story that it’s based on is heartwarming, it’s a shame too many people have lost their lives and they were innocent in the end.
The first half of the movie, the build-up, actually was really good. The second half, the payoff, wasn't.
There was too much romance creeping in to make this anything else then a generic story. I don't see any other motivation that made her believe in his innocence. The fact that this is indeed a true story gets lost along the way. I don't need the movie to convince me that there are judicial errors happening inside the system. I already believe that. The implication that some of them might have been happening knowingly and/or willingly by people inside that system, and the possible motivation as to why that might be, is something that was pretty much ignored but could have given this movie the edge it needed. But maybe that wasn't wanted.
Glad I watched this,has you holding on right till the end!