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‘Presumed Innocent’ Review: Clunky Dialogue, Stretched Mystery Make for A Creatively Guilty Remake

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It makes sense that David E. Kelley would find his way back to the work of Scott Turow, one of the most popular authors of his era.

They’re kindred spirits in a sense, both former attorneys who used their legal expertise to craft bestselling books or highly-rated TV mysteries.

Turow came out of the gates on fire with a book that he would never really top in terms of popularity, 1987’s “Presumed Innocent,” made into a hit film with Harrison Ford in 1990 and now remade 34 years later as an Apple TV+ mini-series with Jake Gyllenhaal in the role of an ace prosecutor turned #1 suspect.

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