Right now, it is just after 4am on December 06 of the year of our Lord Twenty Aught Nine. I am sitting on my couch with the woman I love (and plan to spend my life with) currently asleep on my lap. I find myself watching a movie on one of the local channels (seeing as we don't have cable or satellite), called "Judicial Indiscretion". Here are a couple problems I have with this film:
A.) The writers of the movie don't seem to understand the duty of the Supreme Court. The main character claimed that she hopes her nomination leads to appointment to the highest court in the country, so that she can "put criminals behind bars".
The Supreme Court ONLY decides cases of constitutionality. Not criminal cases.
B) The Supreme Court nominee is trying to cover up some criminal activity (that she views as only possibly illegal), and tries to cover it all up as she seeks and wins appointment to the Supreme Court.
C) The writer, producers, directors, and actors of this film think that I won't make fun of this horrible display.
I am sure that if you want to see the movie, you will (at some point) find it on late night. Otherwise, look in your local $5 bin.
I just found myself wrapping up this post... and now there is a rape subplot involving the "Smoking Man" from the X-Files.
This movie is really providing more and more baffling crap than one can handle.