Speak of the devil
The newest attorney at the world's most powerful law firm has never lost a case. But he's about to lose his soul.
Devil begins and wins.
Evil has its winning ways.

The Devil's Advocate (1997)


Alternate Title(s):"Devil's Advocate"
Year Filmed:1996
Director:Taylor Hackford
Writers:Andrew Neiderman (novel)
Jonathan Lemkin & Tony Gilroy (screenplay)
Runtime:144 min
Script:Revised Shooting Draft (1997)
Articles:Focus: 'The Devil's Advocate'
Tagged 'The Devil's Advocate'
Keanu ReevesKevin Lomax
Al PacinoJohn Milton
Charlize TheronMary Ann Lomax
Jeffrey JonesEddie Barzoon
Judith IveyMrs. Alice Lomax
Connie NielsenChristabella Andreoli
Craig T. NelsonAlexander Cullen
Tamara TunieMrs. Jackie Heath
Ruben Santiago-HudsonLeamon Heath
Debra MonkPam Garrety
Vyto RuginisMitch Weaver


Hotshot lawyer Kevin Lomax has never lost a case, because he's just strange that way. One day he gets an offer he can't refuse and winds up moving himself and his wife to New York for a shiny new job that pays a lot. Unbeknownst to him, but beknownst to everyone who read the movie synopsis before watching, his new boss happens to be the devil. THE PLOT THICKENS. Kind of like how soup thickens. Soup is good. There is no soup in this movie. A pity. I like soup.

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:D (2010-05-09 11:48:01)

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I actually really liked this movie, a lot. Keanu's accent sort of made me angry at first, and there was sort of too many kissing scenes, but I liked Keanu's performance in general. "Lose? I don't lose! I win! I win! I'm a lawyer! That's my job, that's what I do!" --Kevin Lomax :D :D :D

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