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Roman J. Israel, Esq.
Year:
2017
Country:
USA
Genre:
Crime, Drama
IMDB rating:
6.3
Director:
Dan Gilroy
Colin Farrell as George Pierce
DeRon Horton as Derrell Ellerbee
Jocelyn Ayanna as Court Officer Bailiff
Hugo Armstrong as Fritz Molinar
Amanda Mason Warren as Lynn Jackson
Amari Cheatom as Carter Johnson
Nazneen Contractor as Melina Nassour (Ass't. DA)
Vince Cefalu as Security Bailiff
Lynda Gravatt as Vernita Wells (as Lynda GravÑtt)
Tony Plana as Jessie Salinas
Tarina Pouncy as Hallway Bailiff
Sam Gilroy as Connor Novick
Carmen Ejogo as Maya Alston
Denzel Washington as Roman J. Israel, Esq.
Storyline: ROMAN J. ISRAEL, ESQ. is a dramatic thriller set in the underbelly of the overburdened Los Angeles criminal court system. Denzel Washington stars as Roman Israel, a driven, idealistic defense attorney who, through a tumultuous series of events, finds himself in a crisis that leads to extreme action. Colin Farrell costars as the monied, cutthroat lawyer who recruits Roman to his firm.
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Reviews
Definitely no 'NIGHTCRAWLER'.
'ROMAN J. ISRAEL, ESQ.': Three and a Half Stars (Out of Five)

The new legal drama from writer/director Dan Gilroy, the very talented filmmaker who also brought us 2014's 'NIGHTCRAWLER' (one of the very best films of that year). Denzel Washington stars (in the title role) as an extremely idealistic lawyer, who finds his morals challenged when he's forced to take on new employment and money becomes increasingly more of an issue. The movie costars Colin Farrell and Carmen Ejogo. It's gotten mixed to positive reviews from critics, and it's also a modest hit at the Box Office as well. I found it to be a mostly well made, and somewhat interesting movie.

Roman J. Israel (Washington) is an extremely idealistic lawyer who's always tried to maintain his strong morals, by only defending the poor and legally disadvantaged. When his partner has a heart attack, Israel is forced to take on a new employment position, working for a larger law firm under the management of a much more conventional lawyer, named George Pierce (Farrell). Israel feels his new job responsibilities are greatly challenging his long held principles, and money also becomes increasingly more of a challenge for him as well. He soon finds himself questioning his ideals for the first time, and starts making decisions he soon regrets.

The film is definitely no 'NIGHTCRAWLER', so for me it's a disappointment in that way. It's a much more conventional movie, that does have it's darker moments, but it's also a much more traditional crime drama than 'NIGHTCRAWLER' is as well. I think it shows a lot of missed potential too, but Gilroy still shows he has some more than decent filmmaking talent. Washington is also outstanding (like always) in the lead, and his character, while definitely a savant, is still much more relatable and likable than the lead in 'NIGHTCRAWLER' is. The film also seems long and somewhat slow-paced at times, but I mostly enjoyed it.

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2017-11-29
A missed opportunity
This really could have been a lot better with a better script. The basic Idea was fine , A Black Lawyer and the problems he face! But it meanders around and doesn't really know what it is trying to say!Washington is OK but not nowhere are good as Fences or even The book of Eli. I guess the old saying is true, "Its the writing that makes a movie"
2017-12-04
More pretentious posing from an actor who chooses lousy roles
You know, I don't hate Denzel Washington or anything (though his street accent does kind of bug me), but he really isn't very much of an actor. He was good in 'Philadelphia' and he at least tried to give a performance in 'Training Day', but other than those two films, Denzel is mediocre at best and simply redundant the rest of the time.

There's nothing about his character here that I find enlightening and nothing about his acting that I find unique to the role. That big hair and those gigantic eyeglasses have got to go. So does that frumpy suit, and while he's at it, Denzel can pack up his inhibited acting style and go do dinner theater somewhere, preferably off the beaten path.

In summation, if I'm supposed to be impressed with his performance, he can take the next train out of town.... I think it leaves at midnight. He better hurry before he turns into a frumpy loser with big hair and giant glasses-- wait a minute, that's the part he played in the movie. He surely wouldn't want to go back into character. That would suck.
2017-10-29
Denzel was good, movie stunk
I have given this movie a 3 just because Denzel was in it. He did a great job in portraying this Autistic person, but the movie just really stunk. I wanted to and tried to like it, but to say that I did would be a lie. The first half of the movie was interesting and looked like it was building a good story line. Somewhere towards the end, the entire movie just went completely sideways. It started jumping all over the place and was hard to follow. There were scenes with people crying and you didn't know what they were crying about. There was a scene in which Roman and the civil rights lady found what they thought was a dead African American man on the corner. Two police officers pulled up and began to act like complete fools, which gave Roman the opportunity to announce to the world his thoughts on American politics. then the dead guy gets up and walks away. The Police officers drive off and there's just Roman and the lady. What the hell was that?. Don't wasted and money on this mess and there will be no Oscar's for this mess.
2017-12-04
Roman J. Israel Esq. November 23 rd, 2017
This film, in my opinion is the best of 2017.Denzel Washington continues to be the best black actor, in Hollywood,decade after decade.The film itself was well written. The supporting cast,top notch,i detect A slight British accent on the young girl,who plays the civil rights activist volunteer. This film keeps you on the edge of your seat, at one point i had to use the bathroom, but held off, because i knew every second of this movie was intense !!

I get the feeling there may be a part two to this film< based on the way the film ended... Time will tell...
2017-11-24
Another Oscar contender for Denzel Washington
Roman J. Israel, ESQ, staring Denzel Washington is out now in limited release and it is already receiving rave reviews from movie critics and has also been nominated for two NAACP Image Awards (Best Picture and Best Actor). It looks like it will be another contender for Washington come Oscar time.

The movie does however suffer from a lack of availability at movie theaters. It's currently showing on just about 1,600 screens nationwide while a movie such as Justice League, in wide release, is showing in about 4,000 movie theaters. So it will take a bit of looking to find the movie at you local cineplex, but it will be well worth your effort.

In the movie Denzel plays the title character, Roman J. Israel, ESQ. He is an idealistic lawyer who has the luxury of hanging onto his civil rights era beliefs since he doesn't try cases. His partner had been the litigation lawyer for the two man law firm, allowing Roman to work on court briefs back in the office, while never stepping into a courtroom. That all changes when his partner suffers a stroke and is hanging on to life in a hospital on life support.

That's when Denzel's quirky, almost Autistic, character traits come into play. First he loses his job in the law firm as the heirs of his partner start to plan for his impending passing. Now, Roman J. Israel, ESQ. needs to make a living so he takes a job in a huge law firm that's headed by his partner's college protegee (played very slickly by Colin Farrell).

Denzel plays a fish out of water with his odd behavior and his inability to grasp the concept of subtlety. He speaks his mind when he shouldn't and even his style of hair and dress is out of place in a modern corporate law firm.

He tries to hang on to his core values by volunteering at a community center working with teens.That's where he meets Maya, played by actress Carmen Ejogo. She becomes his mentee and the two soon become more than friends. She worships him for his values and the struggles he's been through as a advocate for civil rights.

Eventually Roman makes some mistakes in his dealings with lawyers and clients. He shows that he's human and has to give up on some of his principles and ideals in order to survive. He ends up being chased by criminals, after her betrays a client who's in jail, and his world is turned upside down by his mistakes. In the end he tries to make amends for his mistakes and ends up inspiring others by his attempt to make good on the error of his ways.

Roman J. Israel, ESQ is a terrible title for a movie, but it's another winner for Oscar winner Denzel Washington. The movie is rated PG-13 and runs just over 2 hours. On my "Hollywood Popcorn Scale" Roman J. Israel, ESQ gets my highest rating; a JUMBO (with extra butter). Hollywood Hernandez
2017-11-30
Denzel go to ideology
Its even worse then "Fances", where is setting was not bad, story was okay. But there... I don't know, I read script - it has cursing, some meaningful replics (like when realtor say about "need to stand out", scene in clinic was really good... but all this deleted from a movie and, lol, pg-13?! I don't know anyone past 25 years who can see this through. The film boring as hell, all characters 2-dimensional, 2 hours - too long for this. Story, if you can see it through all talky-talky - to simple and old. But, I give 3 from 10 because Roman J. Israel, Esq. - great role for Denzel, wannabe play wannabe.
2017-11-24
Another edgy, noir(ish) trip in LA with a glorious oddball
Gilroy scores big with Denzel. It's one of his MAJOR works of the 21st century and it makes me so pleased to see a guy in his 60s who could/should be resting on his laurels with a challenging human being to nail. He does a metric-ton of work to create a completely distinctive introvert/savant person we have never seen him do before and it shows. But Gilroy needed to work more on the script; events move along far too quickly given how much does happen to/by/from Israel, and I feel mixed not so much on the very end but on the climax (spoiler: it confirms a trope raised many times on the "Denzel Washington is the Greatest Actor of All Time" podcast). So it is good, at times very good. But it's a teeny slump after the knockout of Nightcrawler, which this feels like a cousin to. I wonder now if Gilroy will create his own 'LA Mental Case' cinematic universe (one can also tell that these are very much stories of the American dream and how the system work; the TV network and Farrell's legal office are by the books and full of "normal" people, and who wants that?)
2017-11-24
Surprisingly flat.
Back in 2014, Dan Gilroy made his first full-length film, NIGHTCRAWLER. For a freshman effort, it's truly amazing as it was one of the best films of the year and was a deeply disturbing but rewarding film to watch. Because of this, I was excited to see a preview showing of "Roman J. Israel Esquire" as the Philadelphia Film Festival. Plus, many were excited because Gilroy managed to get the services of Denzell Washington to star in this film. Sadly, the film was a bit of a disappointment.

The film begins with Israel learning that his law partner has had a massive heart attack. This is a problem because they are the only two in the practice and Israel only works behind the scenes and the partner is the man who tries the cases in court. Apparently, Robert Israel is something like a person with Asperger's...as he has minimal people skills and looks like he's still living in 1975. At first, he seems nerdy and weird but good-hearted. Eventually, you come to realize he's a jerk-face...and that is where the film lost me. Having the lead be a total jerk down deep makes for hard viewing. A mildly interesting film at best and a huge disappointment.
2017-10-25
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