For Life (2020) - Biography, Crime, Drama

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A prisoner becomes a lawyer and fights to overturn his life sentence for a crime he didn't commit.

IMDB: 7.6
Stars: Nicholas Pinnock, Indira Varma
Length: N/A Minutes
PG Rating: TV-14
Reviews: 4 out of 63 found boring (6.34%)

One-line Reviews (17)

They're setting up an intensity, and the fast pace, the editing, some terse short scenes, though they do stay with the lead and slow down when it counts.

I like the idea and see it going somewhere exciting in coming episodes.

The idea of this movie is good but it's ruined by poor unbelievable acting (mainly the main character), too predictable, poorly chosen background music, and it played like a badly made B Christian move without the religion.

I'm sure the more we explore into this character the more intriguing this show this will get and I for one am excited

This is one of those compelling stories that has the potential to creep into the zeitgeist, then (hopefully) shift it towards justice.


Yawn .

The leader actor has an intense ness I've not seen apart from the king mr. Washington.

Not the best I've seen, but absolutly worth watching.

The prison drama is engaging and does not shy away from violence, coercion, and control.

The complexity of the characters don't give away all the details, which make things hard to predict and highly engaging.

There is a good mix of success and failure in his court appearances, making the result of each episode unpredictable.

So far it's well made, engaging and thought provoking.

This show keeps me on the edge of my seat.

There was to much boring drama to strech the episode.

Amazing actors, suspenseful and engaging.

The show ends up being intense which is rare for a lawyer show.