The Cardinal Rule

The Cardinal Rule

The Cardinal Rule is a movie starring Elizabeth Cooper, Amanda Martins, and Ashley Couture. An eminent attorney finds herself in a desperate search for her kidnapped husband.

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Running Time
1 hours 30 minutes
Crime, Drama
Ashley Couture, Amanda Martins, Elizabeth Cooper, Denise Armstrong
Chaun Pinkston
Chaun Pinkston
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Comments about crime «The Cardinal Rule» (27)

Ronald Hawkins avatar
Ronald Hawkins

Three years ago, Olivia Bradley, 42, a high profile attorney, prosecutes a well-known and respected businessman for the rape and murder of a teenage girl. His conviction leads to increase popularity for Olivia, and to her promotion to District Attorney. Her dream of becoming D.A. of the city of Atlanta is now a reality, but her celebration is not longed lived.

Kenneth P. avatar
Kenneth P.

The actors do a great job realizing a surprisingly good script. Performance of Elizabeth Cooper leaves me breathless every time. Special recognition has to be given to Denise Armstrong for his phenomenal performance!

John M. avatar
John M.

I have to say to make such an impressive trailer and such an interesting film, takes great doing!

Lauren K. avatar
Lauren K.

This one movie that I would buy to keep in my collection. It's a great movie

Zachary avatar

Watch this movie in your nearby cinema. I promise you, it’s money well spent. cheers

Amanda S. avatar
Amanda S.

Very enjoyable movie to watch. I would watch it again.

Jean H. avatar
Jean H.

Good movie. The action and effects are super.

Larry S. avatar
Larry S.

Will keep your attention for the whole movie. Most movies bore me and this one was pretty good.

Gerald S. avatar
Gerald S.

Stay with it until the end.

Jordan F. avatar
Jordan F.

Not bad. I was entertained. It is what I expected so I wasn't let down.

Jonathan avatar

Great movie, was slow and confusing at first but ultimately kept you on the edge of your seat.