Double Jeopardy


Crime / Drama / Mystery / Thriller

IMDb Rating 6.5 10 68,873


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May 28, 2020


Annabeth Gish as Susan Sparks
Ashley Judd as Rebecca Wenteworth
Keegan Connor Tracy as Mirabelle
Tommy Lee Jones as Roy Foltrigg
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965.61 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
105 min
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1.94 GB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
105 min
P/S N/A / N/A

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by dick-78 8 / 10 / 10


If you listen to the critics who knows where we would be. I ignored the comments that this was another Fugitive only a female version, but found the movie fast paced and well acted by Tommy Lee Jones and Ashley Judd, as well as the whole cast. I liked the story line and it was exciting and the time just flew by. Go see it you will enjoy it!!!!

Reviewed by ccthemovieman-1 7 / 10 / 10

Some Credibility Gaps But A Fun Fugitive-Type Tale

With two really good lead actors and people I like to watch (Tommy Lee Jones and Ashley Judd) plus an on-the-run-"Fugitive"-type story, I expected a lot. I wasn't disappointed, either, although it's a bit hokey. This is a very intense, involving story, a la the above-mentioned "The Fugitive," except this time it's a woman chasing down her ex-husband who set her up for murder. Once again, we see Jones in his familiar role of chasing down the supposed-criminal. As interesting as the story is, there are some credibility gaps such as why Jones didn't have a picture of the ex-husband in the first place or the always-annoying hesitation-before-shooting at the end which saves the "good guy"...and a few other things like that which are unrealistic. Will Hollywood ever stop that nonsense? However, clichés aside, overall it's very entertaining and always fun to watch no matter how many times I see it. Both Judd and Jones are excellent in these kind of roles.

Reviewed by rbverhoef 7 / 10 / 10

Nice thriller

When you are convicted for something like killing your husband you can not be convicted a second time for the same crime. Sounds logical, since you can't kill someone twice. But when your dead husband suddenly shows up and you want your revenge, you can get that since you've already had the punishment. These are the circumstances Libby Parsons (Ashley Judd) finds herself in after she is released from prison, six years after her conviction. How and why the husband (Bruce Greenwood) framed her is not really important, he just did. Now Libby tries to track him down with Matty, their son, as her main reason. The problem is Travis Lehman (Tommy Lee Jones), her parole officer who is strict in his rules. He does not believe her, but of course we understand this will slowly change. 'Double Jeopardy' belongs to the group of thrillers where you expect certain things to happen and you will see you were right. That is not a bad thing, but it means the road to those predictable moments must have something to offer. This film has some things, one of them is Ashley Judd. Maybe it was because I always like Ashley Judd, but for me she was the reason this film entertained me. She plays the clever Libby in way that keeps her serious but sometimes quite funny as well. Especially the sarcastic little remarks made me smile more than once. Tommy Lee Jones is reliable as always, especially in 'The Fugitive' kind of roles like this one is. Scenes between him and Judd are entertaining on themselves. Greenwood turns out to be a nice villain. Simply said: if you do not expect too much of 'Double Jeopardy' there is a good chance you will have a really good time.

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