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From five-time Oscar®-nominee Sidney Lumet (Serpico, Network, Dog Day Afternoon) comes the most hysterically funny testament to bad courtroom behavior since My Cousin Vinny! Vin Diesel (Saving Private Ryan) "gives a sensational performance" (The New York Times) in the true story of the most remarkable criminal trial in US history. Find Me Guilty proves beyond a reasonable doubt that justice has a strange sense of humor!
When police arrest twenty members of the Lucchese crime family, the authorities offer Jackie Dee DiNorscio (Diesel) a bargain: a shortened prison term if he'll testify against his own. But the wisecracking DiNorscio has other ideas. Refusing to cooperate, he decides to defend himself at his own trial... and proceeds to turn the courtroom upside-down in a hilarious fight that culminates in one of the most shocking verdicts in judicial history!
This is a very funny movie. Its not your regular, run of the mill mob movie. Diesel shines as the lunatic mob guy on trial. His portrayal is based on a real, no deceased mob guy. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Gary Gilfoy
I LOVE Vin Diesel, but more his action films. This film is good and he plays the character well. It just seems a little flat somehow.Published 2 months ago by PermaGirl
This is one of those "based on a true story" films that you wouldn't believe was real. The film involves a courtroom drama as a group of individuals are brought up on... Read morePublished 3 months ago by The Movie Guy
I remember this trial - a result of Guiliani's misguided attempted to eliminate "the mob". In the process, the constitution was thrown out the window and the prosecutors... Read morePublished 4 months ago by TrueThat
a hard movie to find,dont buy the one on blue ray, its out of the uk and wont play in US players. The DVD is from the US and it plays perfectly. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Jack Summers
Vin Diesel seems amazing, loved this movie, He seems to get so far into the character that is easy to forget that he is acting a part. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Diana D