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Christophe Cheval 3 years ago
Classic trial movie, well written, played and filmed
Omkar Abnave over 4 years ago
Early days of Tyler Durden.:) Laura Linney is beauty!
Lindy Oates 5 years ago
Decent story. Ed Norton is fantastic. Nice twist. Overall good movie.
Griffin Maurer over 5 years ago
Though the ending is worth watching, Primal Fear drags on a little too long for most.
Aaron Jones over 5 years ago
Great ending ties it together and Ed Norton's fantastic of course.
Andy Whitfield almost 6 years ago
Surprised by how much I enjoyed this one.
salar pour almost 6 years ago
you might find yourself guessing to the very last but being surprised at the end...
Meryovi 6 years ago
I really liked it. Some things were predictable, but it caught me at the end.
Michael Cole 6 years ago
The "twists" in the movie feel like more of a cop-out to not write a better story.
Ashley Bibby 8 months ago
Flo HM 11 months ago
Sven Delarivière over 1 year ago
Sriram Varma over 1 year ago
Josh Persky over 2 years ago
Primal Fear is a 1996 American crime drama thriller film directed by Gregory Hoblit and starring Richard Gere and Edward Norton. The film tells the story of a defense attorney, Martin Vail (Gere), who defends an altar boy, Aaron Stampler (Norton), charged with the murder of a Catholic archbishop. The movie is an adaptation of William Diehl's 1993 novel of the same name. Norton's role in the film received multiple accolades, including a nomination for an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor. Martin Vail is a prominent defense attorney in Chicago who jumps at the chance to represent Aaron Stampler, a young, stuttering altar boy accused of murdering the Archbishop. At first interested primarily in the publicity that the case will bring, Vail comes to believe that his client is truly innocent, much to the chagrin of the prosecutor (and Vail's former lover), Janet Venable. Vail discovers that powerful civic leaders, including the District Attorney, have lost millions in real estate...
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