Tuesday, January 04, 2011

Mr. E. Reviews The Guilty

Mr. E. reviews mystery, suspense, thriller, and crime drama television and film for Omnimystery

More drama than suspense thriller, the plot of ITV's 1992 two-part made-for-television movie The Guilty, especially during its first half, is utterly predictable, though credibly played out. The performances, however, are first rate, and Michael Kitchen, as the arrogant barrister trapped in a maelstrom of his own making, is particularly noteworthy.

Read the full text of our review at Mr. E. Reviews: The Guilty.

The Guilty is new on DVD today.

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Mr. E. Reviews is your source for mystery, suspense, thriller, and crime drama reviews of television and film.


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