Reasonable Doubt was a dime-a-dozen film. It’s suspenseful and carries the viewer along, but is ultimately dissatisfying. Mitch, the main character, finds himself in a tough but unbelievable situation – a DA would never have taken those avenues and backed himself into that corner. The ending also leaves questions unanswered, like what happens to Mitch’s career or the hit-and-run case. Watch this one if you’re bored, but don’t expect very much beyond surface entertainment.