The Trial of the Chicago 7
Drama • R • 2020 • 2 hr 10 min
Amazingly edited and historically accurate legal drama. Super insightful into the real life case while also keeping viewers on the edge.
It’s gripping and makes you question the “system” and understand the struggle
Lots of fun (feels weird to say that). Inspired me to do research on a trial of never heard of.
Good but some historical liberties taken
It is a solid court room, but lacks the spark to make it amazing.
Very respectful to the true story. Captivating and poignant
Brilliant retelling of the story, and it’s a story everyone needs to see. The judge really was that crazy & Bobby Seal was railroaded.
Excellent telling of a true story with great performances all round. What more could you want?!!!
Compelling story. Left me speechless in some parts.
Pretty good story. Decent performances. Ran a little too long.
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