If you listened to Part 1 of our legal movie game show you know that the score is tied 1 to 1 between Bill and Noah.
With three rounds to go it could be anybody's game,
The rules are as follows:
Noah and Bill each present to the court a movie with a legal theme.
They then give their opening arguments, hoping to convince “we the jurors” that theirs is the best legal movie of all time.
Opening arguments are followed by a rebuttal, a spirited debate and tons of movie clips in this tournament bracket-style competition.
Classic movies are up against more contemporary films, comedies battle dramas, and along the way the guys break down why their movie deserves to be called the best of all time.
Ten movies will be presented but only ONE can be the best of ALL time.
Play along with us, and maybe learn a thing or two about courtroom procedure, cross examination techniques, and what to never say to a judge.
So here they are, the 5 things we really, really want to be able to tell the jury, but are not allowed.
Noah and Bill deliberate on several items in the news, the overriding question being "Do these plaintiffs have a case?"
With the latest celebrity trial of the century coming to a close, Noah and Bill ask the eternal question, "What have we learned?"