The Batman & Robin director is often laughed at, but take a look at the tough thriller from 1996 added to Disney+

It's time to kill

Joel Schumacher is best remembered for his ill-fated Batman films, but yes, the director’s career also had several successes.

This week, Disney+ has added A Time to Kill, based on John Grisham’s novel from 1996. It is by far Joel Schumacher’s best movies, and still pretty rough to watch:

In a small town in Mississippi, two rednecks rape and almost kill a 10-year-old black girl. The trips get caught and end up in court. The girl’s father, Carl Lee Hailey, has his own ideas about the southern states’ way of distributing justice to whites. He kills the rapists of his little girl in cold blood and is brought to justice himself. Racial conflicts rise to the surface and the situation escalates into riots, which attract media representatives to the scene in droves.

It’s Time to Kill stars Matthew McConaughey, Samuel L. Jackson, Sandra Bullock and Kevin Spacey. In addition to Disney+, the film can be watched on Netflix and Prime Video.

Among the films of Joel Schumacher, who died in 2020, we also recommend these: The Lost Boys (1987), Rankka päivä (1993), 8 mm (1999), Tigerland (2002) and Phone Booth (2002).


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