A Civil Action
Jan Schlickmann is a cynical lawyer who goes out to "get rid of" a case, only to find out it is potentially worth millions. The case becomes his obsession, to the extent that he is willing to give up everything - including his career and his clients' goals, in order to continue the case against all odds.
- Stars:John Travolta, Robert Duvall, Tony Shalhoub, William H. Macy, Zeljko Ivanek, Bruce Norris, John Lithgow, Kathleen Quinlan, Peter Jacobson, Mary Mara, James Gandolfini, Stephen Fry, Dan Hedaya, David Thornton, Sydney Pollack,
- Director:Steven Zaillian,
- Writer:Jonathan Harr (book), Steven Zaillian (screenplay)
A Civil Action is a drama film which was directed by Steven Zaillian, that stars John Travolta and Robert Duvall, and that is based on the book by Jonathan Harr.The families of children who died sue two companies for dumping toxic waste: a tort so expensive to prove... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A Civil Action torrent reviews
(br) wrote: A compelling documentary about a rather strange, secretive, and incredibly talented photographer whose work was only discovered posthumously. As a photography lover, this is a must, but I think everyone will enjoy this. And damn, I wish I was even a fraction as gifted as she was. Very inspiring!
(it) wrote: Really good critique on the American culture of sexuality and pharm control of our health. A must watch.
(es) wrote: An inspiring movie that is great for the family, Matthew Perry proves to be more than just that guy off friends.
(de) wrote: I haven't seen this one to rate it. Nor have I seen a Movie trailor to decide if I want to watch it.
(ag) wrote: SPOILER SPOILER SPOILERGreat story, but in the end, total tragedy. Nobody gets anything. Everybody loses!
(nl) wrote: Pretty good, not great. Drags in spots. First 40 min are like pitch-perfect. I'd call this a minor work. But Kubrick's minor works are way better than most people's major works, so it's definitely worth seeing obviously.
(ru) wrote: True Grit may not be the smartest or most technical film, but John Wayne and Kim Darby establish an unlikely camaraderie that makes you root for them from start to finish. The plot line starts out strong, but as the story starts to break at the seams, the main stars take over and engage the audience as only a band of misfits could.