Liberty Stands Still (2002)
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as Liberty Wallace
as Victor Wallace
as Bill Tollman
as Russell Williams
as Hank Wilford
as Rex Perry
as Officer Pritchard
as Officer Miller
as Connor Widdows
as Burt McGovern
as Young Man
as Wall Street Man
as Robbie Tyson
Critic Reviews for Liberty Stands Still
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Writer/director Kari Skogland clearly has an agenda - the film is vehemently anti-gun - resulting in incredibly obvious and preachy instances of dialogue and a ham-fisted approach to the storyline.
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A ripe-on-the-vine concept married to strident execution. There's thought here, but Liberty is marred by vague, freshman directorial touches.
minutely preachy, confident and ultimatelty gripping. It fears not to tell it like it is, and it's central cast have feared not going where they - probably - haven't gone before
Audience Reviews for Liberty Stands Still
It's a demented movie with a misdirected plot. A man's daughter is shot at school and he thinks the gun company is responsible. Perhaps the CEO of GM is lucky the daughter wasn't hit by a Camaro.
ehh....kinda boring, and she was wearing the ugliest outfit the whole movie....didnt really like or get the ending but honestly I was not paying much attention.
Wesley Snipes plays a man seeking revenge for the death of his daughter in a high school shooting incident. He calls himself Joe and takes a hostage Liberty (Linda Fiorentino of Last Seduction), the wife of the `evil' gun manufacturer (Oliver Platt), who, in this movie, is a mega-corporation that has every politician in the USA in its pocket. He has her cuffed to a hot-dog stand in a park which contains a bomb that is set to blow if her cell phone he is communicating to her on dies and plans on killing anyone that approaches her with the sniper-rifle he has pointed at her from a nearby building (am getting flashbacks of phone booth here) Linda Fiorentino is gorgeous but the anti-gun stance was weak, I would have expected some intelligent dialog somewhere. Nevertheless it deserves praise for trying to make a statement about guns, gun control, and violence.
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