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10-year-old Mississippi girl Tonya Hailey is viciously raped by rednecks James Louis Willard and Billy Ray Cobb. They are taken into custody by Sheriff Ozzie Walls (Charles S. Dutton), but the girl's father Carl Lee Hailey (Samuel L. Jackson) takes matters into his own hands killing both men and wounding a police officer. Jake Tyler Brigance (Matthew McConaughey) knows Carl and takes on his defense. Kevin Spacey plays D.A. Rufus Buckley, and Donald Sutherland is Jake's drunken partner Lucien Wilbanks. Freddie Lee Cobb (Kiefer Sutherland) leads a local rebirth of the KKK. Law student Ellen Roark (Sandra Bullock) offers to help Jake.It's a John Grisham novel directed by Joel Schumacher. It's a lot of drama with very little tension. None of these characters especially Carl is worth our sympathies. Also there are a lot of ridiculous things like Carl visiting the injured cop in the hospital. It would never happen like that. It would help out Carl's character if the cop didn't get in the line of fire. It would clean up the morality mess and line up the ethical question better. It would also help to have Carl exhibit some mental problems so the insanity defense has some purchase.The story is hitting all the big stereotypes, and plays every race card. It's overwrought when it's unnecessary. There is no cross unburnt. There is no hood unworn. The NAACP is corrupt. And with so many big Hollywood actors, a lot of this feels fake. This is not a subtle movie. Then there is the ending. I cannot abide by it no matter how it's argued. But even if I agree, the closing argument by Jake was just hitting all the wrong notes.
A Time to Kill works better if you regard it as a camp courtroom thriller by director Joel Schumacher. There is no way you can take it seriously. After all it has London born, Canadian raised Kiefer Sutherland as a southern redneck.Samuel L Jackson plays Carl Lee Hailey, the father of a young girl who was brutally raped by two rednecks. He bursts into the courthouse and shot them dead and also injured the deputy sheriff.Matthew McConaughey is Jake Brigance, a young rookie lawyer who takes on Hailey's case. His own wife is uneasy about the case, he faces threats from the Ku Klux Klan. Even some in the black community do not want him to represent Hailey.The trouble is, Hailey admits what he did. After all he killed the two men in front of a crowd. The prosecutor (Kevin Spacey) wants the death penalty and has picked an all white jury. The all white jury regularly and surreptitiously hold a vote whether they find Hailey guilty or not so they can wrap it up quickly.I guess the only defence Brigance has is temporary insanity but the movie never clearly spells it out.The film consists of six Oscar winners in the cast. It is an adaptation of John Grisham's first novel. The gist of the story is not far removed from Death Wish. No wonder they went down the route of a corny and contrived courtroom drama.
Jake Brigance, the young (white) lawyer short on experience but long on bravado in the movie A Time to Kill, tells us he took the case of a black man who killed two white men who raped and brutalized his ten-year old daughter "to prove that a black man can receive a fair trial in the South." Yet A Time to Kill says much more about the filmmaker’s view of justice and the American legal system than it does about race and racism.
Editor's note: In a recent interview, John Grisham seemed to apologize for condoning vigilantism in A Time to Kill, his first novel. You can hear the February 28, 1997 interview in digital audio on the web site for Fresh Air, a National Public Radio program. You will need the Real Audio player on your computer. (It's a free download.)
A Time To Kill Worksheet Movie Summary: It's summer, and conflict simmers just below the surface of a steamy Southern town. Passions ignite after the brutal rape of a young blackgirl, and suddenly it's a time to question, to rage and to kill. Into this cauldron of bigotry and... (more details for A Time To Kill*)
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It's summer, and conflict simmers just below the surface of a steamy Southern town. Passions ignite after the brutal rape of a young blackgirl, and suddenly it's a time to question, to rage and to kill. Into this cauldron of bigotry and vengeance enters an idealistic young lawyer who risks his job, his home and his family to fight for justice in this hard-edged adaptation of John Grisham's best-selling novel.
Atticus does not want Jem and Scout to be present at Tom Robinson's trial. No seat is available on the main floor, but the Rev. Sykes, the pastor of Calpurnia's church, invites Jem, Scout and Dill to watch from the colored balcony. Atticus establishes that Mayella and Bob Ewell are lying. It is revealed that Mayella made sexual advances toward Tom, resulting in her being beaten by her father. The townspeople refer to the Ewells as "white trash" who are not to be trusted, but the jury convicts Tom regardless. Jem's faith in justice is badly shaken. Atticus is hopeful that he can get the verdict overturned, but Tom is shot 17 times and killed while trying to escape from prison.
Scholar Patrick Chura, who suggests Emmett Till was a model for Tom Robinson, enumerates the injustices endured by the fictional Tom that Till also faced. Chura notes the icon of the black rapist causing harm to the representation of the "mythologized vulnerable and sacred Southern womanhood". Any transgressions by black males that merely hinted at sexual contact with white females during the time the novel was set often resulted in a punishment of death for the accused. Tom Robinson's trial was juried by poor white farmers who convicted him despite overwhelming evidence of his innocence, as more educated and moderate white townspeople supported the jury's decision. Furthermore, the victim of racial injustice in To Kill a Mockingbird was physically impaired, which made him unable to commit the act he was accused of, but also crippled him in other ways. Roslyn Siegel includes Tom Robinson as an example of the recurring motif among white Southern writers of the black man as "stupid, pathetic, defenseless, and dependent upon the fair dealing of the whites, rather than his own intelligence to save him". Although Tom is spared from being lynched, he is killed with excessive violence during an attempted escape from prison, being shot seventeen times.
The book was made into the well-received 1962 film with the same title, starring Gregory Peck as Atticus Finch. The film's producer, Alan J. Pakula, remembered Universal Pictures executives questioning him about a potential script: "They said, 'What story do you plan to tell for the film?' I said, 'Have you read the book?' They said, 'Yes.' I said, 'That's the story.'" The movie was a hit at the box office, quickly grossing more than $20 million from a $2-million budget. It won three Oscars: Best Actor for Gregory Peck, Best Art Direction-Set Decoration, Black-and-White, and Best Writing, Screenplay Based on Material from Another Medium for Horton Foote. It was nominated for five more Oscars including Best Picture, Best Director and Best Actress in a Supporting Role for Mary Badham, the actress who played Scout. At the time, she was the youngest actress nominated in the category.
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