Beyond A Reasonable Doubt DVD

Beyond A Reasonable Doubt DVD
Beyond a Reasonable Doubt tells the story of C.J. Nicholas, an ambitious young journalist. (Jesse Metcalfe) who investigates a corrupt district attorney by setting himself up as a murder suspect, only for the DA (Michael Douglas) to uncover the plot and incriminate the scribe. A present-day remake of the Fritz Lang 1956 RKO classic, the film updates the dark and ominous film noir genre by making use of plot twists that will keep audiences guessing until the end. A news reporter wanting to prove the insufficiency of circumstantial evidence to expose a corrupt DA with an unbelievable track record takes matters into his own hands by setting himself up to be convicted of a murder. Along for the ride is C.J's sidekick (Joel David Moore) who documents their plan and is the only one who holds the key to his innocence. Caught in between C.J's plan and DA Mark Hunters ambition is the young assistant DA, Ella (Amber Tamblyn). As the two develop a romance matters are complicated as C.J's plot unfolds trapping Ella in the middle. Oblivious to C.J's plan she goes against her boss to uncover evidence to prove his innocence. Consistent to the themes of film noir the hero's fate comes into jeopardy. With the horror of an innocent man being imprisoned for life only to give a corrupt DA determined to use his success to get to the mayor's office, one more victory...

Special Features
English Bonus Material/Trailer May Not Be SDH, Story Featurette, Forensic Featurette
Aspect Ratio1.85:1
AudioEnglish Dolby Digital 2.0, English Dolby Digital 5.1
Case TypeAmaray Single
CastRyan Glorioso, Sewell Whitney, Sharon K London, Jon McCarthy, Krystal Kofie, Lawrence P Beron, Orlando Jones, Randal Reeder, Michael Douglas, Jesse Metcalfe, Joel Moore, Eric Gipson, Grant James, Amber Tamblyn, David Jensen
DirectorPeter Hyams
HOH (Hard of Hearing)Yes
RegionDVD 2
Run Time101
Special Features

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Tags: 2000s