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“The Next Three Days is a tense drama directed by Paul...”

Written on: 18/05/2011 by reviewkitten (295 reviews written)

The Next Three Days is a tense drama directed by Paul Haggis who has had some great success as a screenwriter (Casino Royale) and some dire (Quantum of Solace). The premise is Elizabeth Banks is sent to jail for the murder of her boss and after her final attempt at appeal fails tries to come to terms with the idea of spending the rest of her life behind bars away from husband Russell Crowe and her young son.

Seeing her desperation Crowe takes the decision to break her out of jail and the main… Read Full Review

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“The story is of John Brennan (Crowe) a married man...”

Written on: 02/05/2011 by pinnacle96 (34 reviews written)

The story is of John Brennan (Crowe) a married man with one son, his life is perfect and rosey, then one mornig his wife Lara (Banks) is arrested for the murder of her boss, one she says she never commited.
the family is torn apart, and John spends his months filling for appeal after appeal, but to no avail, under the weight of knowing his wife will spend the next 20 years in jail, John climbs deeper and deeper into a shady underworld working out how to spring his wife from jail.

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