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Though Hackman and Freeman turn in solid performances, Under Suspicion moves at a plodding rate and has a disappointing ending.
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Too tawdry to be completely entertaining, and too static to generate much excitement.
Hackman and Freeman will pin you to your seat.
Appear to have been shot by a lush and edited with a shredder.
A profound disappointment, given its cast and source material.
It's never as good as it should be, with occasional moments of brilliance overshadowed by the gimmicky direction of Stephen Hopkins.
Appears to be a somewhat sinister episode of Nightline.
It's hard to imagine anyone walking out of this movie satisfied, regardless of Hackman's and Freeman's solid performances.
A powerhouse.....the acting will knock your socks off!
The cast makes it watchable, which is good because little else does.
...at nearly two hours, it's just too much of a good thing.
Gene Hackman and Morgan Freeman can't save "Whodunit?" from becoming "Who cares?"
Under Suspicion works less as an absorbing story than an absorbing work of craftsmanship.
Cast:Gene Hackman, Morgan Freeman, Thomas Jane, Monica Bellucci, Nydia Caro, Miguel Ángel Suárez, Pablo Cunqueiro, Isabel Algaze, Jacqueline Duprey Director:Stephen Hopkins
Summary: This remake of a 1981 French thriller chronicles the harrowing experience of Henry Hearst (Gene Hackman), a tax lawyer vacationing in San Juan, Puerto Rico, who discovers the body of a murdered 12-year-old and promptly becomes the main suspect. Local cops Victor Benezet (Morgan Freeman) and Detective Owens (Thomas Jane) will stop at nothing to catch their man, and Hearst must convince them they're mistaken. Who's telling the truth?
My Thoughts: "I thought it was an interesting mystery thriller. You have two greats going at it, Gene Hackman and Morgan Freeman. I go back and forth from thinking he did to he didn't. My initial thought was no. Then they bring some uncertain topics up that make you think, "maybe". In the end I really liked how it played out and I was surprised by the ending. I found Thomas Jane to be a little over dramatic and his character to be annoying. But besides that, the acting was good from all."
decent flick. moves slowly at times and wasnt these actors best performances by any means, but it was interesting
Pretty decent psychological thriller.
This is a very interesting movie - partially because it ends ambiguously. If you land up watching it, pay very close attention to the last scene in the police office, as I feel it is very important. Don't want to say more as I don't want to give away the story.
Freeman, Hackman and Bellucci give great performances. Usually I love thought provoking movies, but I found this one too vague. Watch it and form your own opinion.
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