Scott Turow's Innocent
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Based on Scott Turow's 2010 novel, this made-for-TV movie features Bill Pullman as a judge accused of murdering his wife (Marcia Gay Holden).
Rotten Tomatoes Score: 90%

Critic Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes

"The story is satisfying, an intellectual cut above many TV mysteries."
‑ Steve Johnson, Chicago Tribune
"A rare treat a bit like finding strawberries in a wintry wood."
‑ Dorothy Rabinowitz, Wall Street Journal
"Innocent is an intriguing courtroom drama which will have you guessing up to the very end."
‑ Jackie K. Cooper, Huffington Post
"Not all the films on Mystery Movie Night are equally good, but Innocent is one of the better choices."
‑ Alessandra Stanley, New York Times
"TNT is right to bring back the format - well done whodunits."
‑ Linda Stasi, New York Post
"Simultaneously too familiar (by rehashing the plot of the first film) and not familiar enough (by depending on the audience to remember and care about material from two decades ago)."
‑ Alan Sepinwall, HitFix
"The Turow adaptation offers a tantalizing plot, picking up 20 years after the whodunit shocker ending of Presumed Innocent, as the recriminations of past events have caught up with everyone involved."
‑ Laura Fries, Variety
"Great to see masterful mystery-making again."
‑ Diane Werts, Newsday
"The final twists and reveals are inelegantly dramatized, but as TV, it's still a pretty fair page-turner."
‑ Matt Roush, TV Guide
More reviews for Scott Turow's Innocent on Rotten Tomatoes