McBride: Requiem

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  • TV-G
  • 2006
  • 1 hr 30 min
  • 6.5  (261)

McBride: Requiem is a thrilling movie that revolves around an intriguing murder case. It features lawyer turned detective, Mike McBride (John Larroquette), who is known for his unusual approach to solving cases. McBride has a reputation for taking on cases that are deemed impossible to solve, and he has never failed to come through for his clients. In this particular case, McBride is hired by a rich businessman, Harry Teller (Matt Lutz), who is being accused of the murder of his wife.

Harry's wife, Katherine, had been missing for months, and the police had no leads on the case. She was believed to have disappeared while out for a jog, and her body had not been found. However, Harry is suddenly arrested and accused of murder. The evidence against him is circumstantial, but it is strong enough to convince the police and the prosecutor that he is guilty. Harry vehemently denies the allegations and insists that he is innocent.

Enter McBride, who takes on the case with his usual non-conformist passion. Working with his team, including his partner, Phil (Marta DuBois), and his assistant, Robert (Clyde Kusatsu), McBride starts digging deep into the case, looking for evidence that will exonerate Harry. As he investigates, he uncovers a web of lies, deceit, and corruption that goes far beyond anything he ever imagined.

As he gets deeper into the case, McBride realizes that there are people who will stop at nothing to keep the truth hidden. He sets out to uncover the truth behind Katherine's disappearance and death, but this puts him in harm's way. The closer he gets to the truth, the more dangerous the situation becomes.

Throughout the movie, McBride shows his trademark tenacity and persistence. He refuses to back down even when the odds are against him. He is clever and determined, and he uses every trick in the book to get to the bottom of the case. He also shows his compassionate side, as he gets emotionally invested in the case, especially when he interacts with Harry's daughter, who is convinced of her father's innocence.

The movie is well-paced, with enough twists and turns to keep viewers engaged. The cinematography is excellent, with great attention to detail in every scene. John Larroquette delivers an outstanding performance as Mike McBride, bringing a sense of gravitas and intelligence to the role. Marta DuBois and Matt Lutz also deliver solid performances, adding depth to their characters.

One of the highlights of the movie is the relationship between McBride and his team. They have a great chemistry, and their banter adds a bit of levity to the otherwise serious subject matter. The interactions between McBride and his assistant, Robert, are particularly enjoyable, as Robert provides comic relief throughout the movie.

Overall, McBride: Requiem is an engrossing movie that will keep viewers on the edge of their seats. It is a well-written and well-directed thriller that showcases the talents of its cast and crew. The mystery unfolds in a compelling way, with the stakes getting higher and higher as the movie progresses. It is a must-watch for anyone who loves a good detective story.

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    6.5  (261)