The Whole Truth (2016)
Critic Consensus: The Whole Truth, unfortunately, is that courtroom drama fans have already seen better examples of everything this lazy entry in the genre has to offer.
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as Judge Robichaux
as Juror #3
as Angela Morley
as Limo Driver (as Kevin Johnson)
as Office Steed
as Detective Graves
as Arthur Westin
as Trixie Westin
as Alex Westin
as Young Mike
as Crime Tech
as Courthouse Employee
as Court Clerk
as Van Driver
as Bailiff #2
as Bailiff #3
as Attractive Woman #2
as Attractive Woman #1
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Critic Reviews for The Whole Truth
The film's closing minutes offer some parting pieces of information that upend some previously laid assumptions, but it's a grafted-on coda rather than a well-choreographed gut punch.
If you want the whole truth, Courtney Hunt's new film is not so bad.
The script for The Whole Truth is an "airport book," although it contains even less sizzle and grit than most of those.
Trundling along on the drone of Ramsay's pseudo-hardboiled voice-over, "The Whole Truth" plays like an especially claustrophobic courtroom procedural, drably photographed and generically framed.
Audience Reviews for The Whole Truth
Slow but never boring as the twists stay right there until the final reveal. Keanu Reeves seems to be sleeping through a role that to be honest seemed like a gap filler until John Wick was ready to kickoff. The filmmaking is a little off and it's a shame as it could've of been one of the sleep VOD to arrive in the market. Good for a night in but a slow burn reveal doesn't assist.
I actually liked this courtroom drama. It was nothing special and that made it all the more better. It didn't try to be something it wasn't and Keanu Reeves is actually not that bad as a lawyer.
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