Cinema: Will Power Wins Again

How could our hero be an Enemy of the State?

With a thong in his heart, an otherwise respectable lawyer named Robert Clayton Dean (Will Smith) drops into a store to buy his wife some sexy lingerie for Christmas. There he bumps into--or rather is bumped into by--an old, if mysteriously agitated, acquaintance. Next thing he knows, he's an Enemy of the State--his house, his marriage, his job, all trashed by powerful, shadowy forces. There being no limit to their depravity, they even invalidate his credit cards.

There's a plausible explanation--well, all right, a plot line that made some kind of sense to producer Jerry Bruckheimer--for the troubles visited on this...

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