By now you’ve seen the recent release of Best Lawyers: An American Crime Story and you’re probably asking yourself the same question: Why would you want to watch this?
The answer is that this documentary explores a lot of the questions surrounding the legal profession, and whether or not there are any good movies that focus on the field.
The film is based on the book, and it takes place in the 1990s, during the height of the Great American Bailout.
The movie chronicles a group of young attorneys, led by a young man named Lloyd, who set out to defend one of the most infamous cases in American history, a case that is said to be the “greatest criminal trial of all time”.
I’m not the only one who believes that, and while the film has some of the strongest performances in recent memory, I have a couple of reservations about it.
Firstly, the movie isn’t really that great.
The plot is very weak, the characters are flat, and the film’s focus is on a few of the characters’ lives as the movie progresses.
The second reason is that it doesn’t really address the issues that many of us have been raising with regard to legal representation for decades.
It’s a very limited, and mostly superficial look at a very complicated and often overlooked issue.
There are also some really great performances, but overall it doesn.
I think the film fails to address the issue of representation for women, who are often subjected to the most egregious sexual misconduct in the world, and often have no representation at all.
Also, this is not a great movie for anyone who isn’t a lawyer.
This is a very generic, superficial look that doesn’t take into account that the lawyer is also the one who needs to deal with the repercussions of this case.
And it doesn, and is.
I can’t recommend this movie enough.
You can buy Best Lawyers here: http://bit.ly/1X2y7bE Buy the book here: https://bit,co/u3wM4ZwD7I buy the audiobook here: https://www.amazon.com/Lawyer-Advice-Empathy-Lawyer/dp/B00XQG7T7M