Exiled - A Law And Order Movie details
|Starring:||Chris Noth, Dabney Coleman, Ice-T|
|Director:||Jean De Segonzac|
Exiled - A Law And Order Movie
|Run time:||1 hour 24 minutes|
|Rental release:||21 Mar 2011|
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exiled-a law movieBy Ymmijnnub (5 reviews) from Uxbridge , 11 Sep 2011
[Highly rated reviewer]good in parts not as good as tv shows! this was only order no law? that is there was was not any courtroom battle at the end just a damp squid ending?
The Return Of LoganBy a customer , 31 May 2013Exiled is a late 90s spin-off from the original Law & Order series, following up on Detective Mike Logan and his reassignment to Staten Island (after he punched a politician in his final episode of the series). Breaking the format of the parent series, Exiled has the roots of later spin-offs Special Victims Unit and, to a lesser degree, Criminal Intent, focusing solely on the investigation. There's no courtroom element here and only the briefest of cameos from Jack McCoy. Instead we follow Logan as he strongarms his way into a murder investigation that ultimately leads back to his old precinct in Manhattan. Cue lots of familiar faces turning up. Although Logan is easily likeable enough to carry the 90 minutes, the story isn't quite there. It feels padded at times, containing the fluff and fat that Law & Order proper so wisely avoids usually. There's definitely a contamination of Television Movie cliches in here, right down to the cheesy music and shots of Logan looking mournfully across the water at Manhattan from the Staten Island ferry. If you're a big fan of Law & Order, there's enough to enjoy here, although Logan's later return to Criminal Intent does dull the importance somewhat. The new characters, such as Logan's lieutenant and partner, are nice but thin, which sums up Exiled entirely really.
All 'Law' and no 'Order'By DPS (5 reviews) , 02 May 2013As a Law and Order fan I have to say I was fairly disappointed. However, looking from the point of view of non fan you would probably say that this is a fairly interesting cop/crime drama. A good story that is acted out well. However the one major part where this movie is let down is the ending (albeit the ending is partly rescued by an unexpected twist). This movie would have been perfect if it had been more 'Order' and less 'Law'. Worth a watch.
No courtrooms just crime investigationBy gfb (27 reviews) , 06 Nov 2011Slightly misleading to be called a crime and courtroom drama as there is no courtroom section. As good as any of the television programs.
Mike Logan responds to the finding of a dead body in the river and then investigates the crime to find out who killed her; in the hope of being reinstated in Manhattan precinct. Has a twist at the end.
exiled-a law movieBy Ymmijnnub (5 reviews) from Uxbridge , 11 Sep 2011good in parts not as good as tv shows! this was only order no law? that is there was was not any courtroom battle at the end just a damp squid ending?
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