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  • When information got to Claire about her husbands true identity, she failed to believe that all this could be true, that was until she did her own investigation into the matter and what she discovered was heartbreaking and destructive
  • A sad reality for most people in today's world

    • by Jermaine McKenzie
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      High Crimes, directed by carl Franklin is rated PG-13 by the Motion Picture Association of America for violence, sexual content and language. The original release date was April 5, 2002 for United States audience. This movie falls in the genre of Crime/Drama/Thriller and stars Ashley Judd as Claire Kubik, Morgan Freeman as Charles W. Grimes, James Caviezel as Tom Kubik aka Sgt. Ron Chapman, Adam Scott as Lt.

      Terrance Embry and Amanda Peet as Jackie.

      Claire finds out that her once loving husband is living a double life, his other life is plagued with murder and lies, lies that have spilled over into his fantasy life with his current wife. When information got to Claire about her husbands true identity, she failed to believe that all this could be true, that was until she did her own ...


      • investigation into the matter and what she discovered was heartbreaking and destructive. How could she have been living with and loving this man and had no clue as to who he actually is. A sad reality for most people in today’s world.

        This moving takes us outside of the usual courtroom drama situation of the lawyers and throws us neck deep into a world lived by and created by

        the military and the armed services.

        James Caviezel is a marvelous actor and sadly to say that his name is not that easily remembered, most times when I see him in movies, the only name that comes to mind is The Count of Monte Cristo. Ilike his acting, but his name just can’t stick. This movie is another one of his stirring performances which makes me love this movie even more.




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