Thursday, April 21, 2011

Goodnight for Justice

Luke Perry stars as a cheesy frontier lawyer who gets promoted to the post of territorial judge, more as a last chance for him to clean up his act than for any legal expertise he brings to the job. The promotion does him a world of good as he rediscover why he studied law in the first place. He even finds a girl. But when he has to confront his past, in the person of the man who murdered his family in front of his eyes when he was a child, he has to decide if the consequences are worth it when a judge takes the law into his own hands. It’s a made-for-TV movie, so the pacing is slow (and full of commercial breaks) but Priestly does a good job of keeping things interesting

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