Find Me Guilty
2006
Training his lens on infamous mobster "Fat" Jack DiNorscio -- who decided to represent himself in court rather than rat out his cohorts -- director Sidney Lumet recounts the longest Mafia trial in U.S. history.

Scott Hardie: “It was ok.”

Few movies ask Vin Diesel to tell jokes and not punch people for two whole hours. More should; he's good. When mobster Jack DiNorscio defended himself on trial, it unlocked his inner stand-up comic, and this movie is based on the funny real transcripts.

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