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The Gingerbread Man

(1998)

Rated R for some sexuality, violence and language.

R 115min.
 
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Robert Altman directed this John Grisham tale that begins at a party where Savannah attorney Rick Magruder (Kenneth Branagh) celebrates his successful defense of a man who shot a local cop. Read More
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