January 11, 2012

Best Bet: Luke Perry Returns In 'Goodnight For Justice: The Measure OF A Man' On 1/28


When the Hallmark Movie Channel Original “Goodnight For Justice” starring Luke Perry premiered last January, it became the highest rated night in the network's history.  Hallmark immediately put into action the sequel featuring the character of John Goodnight created by Perry himself.  “Goodnight for Justice: The Measure of the Man” has Perry returning to the popular role of Goodnight, a respectable Circuit Court Judge often tested by the lawlessness of the Old West.  The thing is, Goodnight once was a fun-loving lawyer himself, so he knows all of the tricks of that trade.  The one thing he can't stand more than anything else is arrogant attorneys.  In this new film, our hero finds himself having to face down a malicious prosecutor named Lucius Breed (Eric Keenleyside).  The only good news is that he's suddenly linked up again with a former flame from his Chicago days named Callie (Stefanie von Pfetten) whom he learns is now widowed.  But romance has to be put on hold after he witnesses a deadly bank robbery headed by the masked outlaw Deke Spralding (Teach Grant) and his band of fellow bandits.  Goodnight catches only one of the criminals, a young kid named Will (Cameron Bright) who turns out to be Callie's son.  And now the townspeople are demanding that Will be hanged for the crime.  Can Goodnight restore common sense and see that justice is done?  We're going out on a limb and saying, "Yes!". 

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