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It's really just a solid courtroom drama, but these days moviegoers should take what they can get.
It has nothing to do with the capital of Nebraska or the former president. While you're watching it, though, you'll wish it did.
There's a reason potboiler paperbacks don't make good movies -- there's too much outlandish plot, even for Hollywood.
Just when you thought Matthew McConaughey had settled into pre-retirement content to play the (dry-aged) beefcake in a string of dippy romantic comedies, the actor comes roaring back with some real acting.
That the premise of the film doesn't make a ton of sense shouldn't dissuade you if you're in the mood for a little escape.
The Lincoln Lawyer is not a feat of genre-breaking design. But it is a well-oiled machine.
A fast-paced intelligent legal thriller.
It moves as a nice pace, is a smooth ride and doesn't require too much energy.
A much better version of this movie may exist somewhere in the editing-room blender, to be excavated by cine-archeologists of the future.
The Lincoln Lawyer has one of the best ensembles of the year. We get a great performance by Matthew McConaughey and a truly exciting story.
Matthew McConaughey is the only actor in Hollywood who can swagger while sitting down. This is one role where that works, to perfection.
The whole falls short of the sum of impressive parts.
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