Written February 20, 2012
I thoroughly enjoyed this film & encourage everyone to see it! It definitely kept me on the edge of my seat. Eric Roberts & Steve Talley gave amazing performances & the story line was well written. Take the time to see it - great film for 2012!
Written March 05, 2012
I had no idea what to expect. I went to the Premiere to support the charity beneficiary.
I was on the edge of my seat the entire time. For an independent film, I was amazed at the plot, subplots, acting, cinematography and sound.
This is a thrilling cold case drama with many subplots. It has great investigative journalism, great subplots and a really cool car. My favorite scene is the last one where a yourg white girl whose father and grandfather are racist haters, comes around and reaches out to a black child. Justice prevails, but you don't know it until the end. A great lesson for young and old.
Eric Roberts is Julia Roberts older brother.
I liked that there was no smoking in the movie. You can make a great movie without that.
Written April 02, 2012
Eerie timing with current events and unresolved shooting of African American teen in Florida, Trayvon Martin. I'm intrigued as to how Hollywood or how anyone will present this issue cinematically.
Written February 19, 2012
Fabulously done. The story is well done with some twists and turns. The red car is gorgeous!
Written February 18, 2012
The best part about seeing this as a Nashville Area Resident is that it was made here and you get to recognize stuff. You may even see someone you know in the background.
The story is an unfortuneately true story. The best part is that justice prevails !!
It's important to support movies like this cuz art still exists in film despite corporate attempts to shove another SpiderMan movie to the front of the line.