MisconductThe movie tells the story of an ambitious lawyer as he finds himself caught in a power struggle between a corrupt pharmaceutical executive and his firm's senior partner. When he decides to take on a case against the pharmaceutical executive, he becomes a murder suspect...
Actors of "Misconduct"
Directors of "Misconduct"Shintaro Shimosawa
Creators of "Misconduct"Simon BoyesAdam Mason
Critic Reviews of "Misconduct"Entertainment WeeklyFebruary 09, 2016
The movie's silly-arty aesthetic is regurgitated Polanski, and there's a shameless script steal from Presumed Innocent.New York PostFebruary 06, 2016
Some handsome location shooting in New Orleans doesn't make up for the Oscar winners' relentless hamming and a plot that twists way beyond credibility.RogerEbert.comFebruary 05, 2016
Such a ragged and desultory muddle is "Misconduct."Newark Star-LedgerFebruary 05, 2016
Why on earth is Anthony Hopkins involved in this? Or Al Pacino?New York TimesFebruary 05, 2016
Except for Mr. Hopkins and Mr. Pacino, going through their familiar paces, incompetent is the word.VarietyFebruary 04, 2016
A derivative but diverting thriller featuring relatively subdued turns by Anthony Hopkins and Al Pacino.The Ooh TrayJune 09, 2016
A disaster of Room-sized proportions.Daily Express (UK)June 05, 2016
An overcomplicated potboiler that's so bad it's almost good.Observer (UK)June 05, 2016
It's so hilariously inept that it's almost worth watching.The Sun (UK)June 02, 2016
The plot is gossamer thin, the twist would take a two-year-old about as many seconds to see coming and it's a miracle there is any scenery left by the time Pacino and Hopkins were done.Daily Telegraph (UK)June 02, 2016
It's with strange awe that you realise, halfway through the legal thriller Misconduct, that it may actually be the worst film either Anthony Hopkins or Al Pacino have ever starred in.
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