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    Movie Moan TV - 'Presumed Innocent' (1990)

    In celebration of the release of 'The Lincoln Lawyer' (and Matthew McConaughey's return to decent films), this week we take a look at one of the finest legal dramas of the past few decades; Alan J Pakula's 'Presumed Innocent'.

    In this episode, we appraise one of Harrison Ford's most overlooked performances, remember that Raul Julia was a damn good actor and not just M. Bison (OF COURSE!), realise that Brian Dennehy is not always the bad guy, and Kristina discovers that her instincts are usually on the money as the identity of the killer in these types of films........but that doesn't mean the film can't dupe you into thinking you're wrong.

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