Film
Robert Downey Jr in The Judge

This tale of family strife, small-town conservatism, bad behaviour and legal wits stars the always-marvellous Robert Downey Jr, supported by a cast that includes Robert Duvall and Billy Bob Thornton. So what possibly could go wrong?

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