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Corrupt Justice (1993)

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Holly McPhee devises blueprints for criminal operations and offers them for sale to the crime world. Her operation falls apart when she becomes an accessory to murder.

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Holly McPhee
Masaya Katô ...
Jin Okazaki
Peter Boswell ...
Magistrate
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Frank MacPhee
Victoria Campbell ...
Travel Agent
Ralph Cotterill ...
Hughes
Gary Day ...
Goodwin
Gabrielle Hammond ...
Prosecutor
Paul Hanlon ...
Clerk of Court
Peter Hathaway ...
Shop Assistant
Kim Knuckey ...
Guard
Ken Kozac ...
Guard
David Lake ...
Steward
Justin Lewis ...
Josh
Alan Lock ...
Man
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Holly McPhee devises blueprints for criminal operations and offers them for sale to the crime world. Her operation falls apart when she becomes an accessory to murder.

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Murder wasn't part of the deal.


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Rated R for acts of strong violence, and for some language and sexuality | See all certifications »
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11 June 1994 (South Korea)  »

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Corrupt Justice  »

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AUD 2,000,000 (estimated)
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1.33 : 1
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I thought Judge Judy has an attitude
9 July 2002 | by (Broken Bow, Oklahoma) – See all my reviews

Thrill seeking lady judge masterminds a series of armed robberies before being found out by a foreign criminologist. When the magistrate decides to stop the robberies she is persuaded to continue by a psychotic man who appears to be an ally of the police. Part of her enjoys the thrill but another area is abhorrent of the passionate, violent partner she has taken on. Soon it becomes apparent she has gotten in over her head with a man who isn't what he seems. Fair suspense drama.


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