Double Jeopardy

Double Jeopardy

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Released from prison after being wrongly accused of her husband's murder, Libby Parsons (Ashley Judd, Barry) sets out to find her husband - and kill him. This thriller also stars Tommy Lee Jones (The Company Men).

1999Rating: R105 minsCanada, USAParamount
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Double Jeopardy | Reviews

27%86 reviews

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Roger Ebert

Roger Ebert

This movie was made primarily in the hopes that it would gross millions and millions of dollars, which probably explains most of the things that are wrong with it.

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The New York Times

The New York Times

Not even Ms. Judd is beautiful enough to get away with rote acting straight out of a beauty pageant's talent competition...

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Salon

Salon

When Greenwood, Jones and Dave Hager (as a New Orleans cop) are all in the movie, there's enough growly character-actor charisma on screen to fuel a late-night fishing show.

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SBS

SBS

The plot`s sheer nonsense, but Beresford handles it with his usual skill and manages to make it thoroughly enjoyable in a rather old-fashioned way...

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Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles Times

For all its familiar conventions and hoary improbabilities, Double Jeopardy is a relatively efficient model of its kind.

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San Francisco Chronicle

San Francisco Chronicle

There's something heartening about a film that aspires to do nothing but entertain -- and does.

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TV Guide

TV Guide

Whether this riot of unrepentant trashiness strikes you as tediously ridiculous or brainlessly amusing is probably a matter of mood.

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Rolling Stone

Rolling Stone

Judd is slumming again in this lame suspense yarn...

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The Washington Post

The Washington Post

A thriller so lightweight its characters should be required to carry change in their pockets to keep from blowing away.

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Double Jeopardy | Release Details

Double Jeopardy is available to stream in Australia now on Stan and Prime Video Store and Paramount+.