The Guilty Movie Review

Weird and creepy pot boiler has Bill Pullman as a high-profile Manhattan lawyer who gets mixed up in a scheme to off a girl (Anwar) whom he sorta-raped in a drunken haze. Only it turns out the would-be hitman is the long-lost son (Sawa) he never knew he had!

What follows are more twists than a Red Vines candy, and while it's a slow burn, it's certainly a watchable one. Hilariously ironic with a wry sensibility you don't see too much these days.

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The Guilty Rating

" Good "

Rating: R, 1999

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