Mar 15, 1991 · Class Action: Directed by Michael Apted. With Gene Hackman, Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio, Colin Friels, Joanna Merlin. An attorney representing a traumatized accident victim finds that his opponent is a very familiar defense attorney - his own daughter.
Jun 30, 1993 · The Firm: Directed by Sydney Pollack. With Tom Cruise, Jeanne Tripplehorn, Gene Hackman, Hal Holbrook. A young lawyer joins a prestigious law firm only to discover that it has a sinister dark side.
A young lawyer joins a prestigious law firm only to discover that it has a sinister dark side. Director: Sydney Pollack | Stars: Tom Cruise , Jeanne Tripplehorn , Gene Hackman , Hal Holbrook Votes: 131,369 | Gross: $158.35M
A movie that you expect to be a courtroom drama actually turns out to be the story of a family and its past, as young lawyer Adam Hall (Chris O'Donnell) finds himself digging through several generations of family skeletons after he takes on the case of his grandfather Sam Cayhall (Gene Hackman), a racist scumbag found guilty years before of a Mississippi bombing that killed two …
A wealthy attorney in San Juan comes to the police station for "10 minutes" of follow-up questions to finding a 12-year-old girl's body in a park. Another young girl was also raped and murdered weeks earlier and the evidence points to him. Director: Stephen Hopkins | Stars: Morgan Freeman, Gene Hackman, Thomas Jane, Monica Bellucci
Enter Sydney Pollack's new legal thriller, “The Firm.” Based on real-life lawyer John Grisham's best-selling novel, the Paramount movie starring Cruise (again) and Gene Hackman has already grossed $44.5 million and knocked “Jurassic Park” out of first place for the first time this summer--proving once again that ...Jul 7, 1993
The movie's storyline is based on the Ford Pinto legal case - the lawsuit of Grimshaw v. Ford Motor Company (119 Cal. App.
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Thus, as co-lead counsel for plaintiffs in the Ohio MDL, Taft partner Rob Bilott has been successfully able to recover over $753 million in individual damages compensation for those injured by that drinking water contamination, in addition to earlier class-wide benefits, such as medical monitoring, valued at over ...Jan 26, 2021
Bilott serves on the board of directors for Less Cancer, the board of trustees for Green Umbrella, and served on the alumni board for New College of Florida from 2018-2021.
The movie stars Gene Hackman as an aging radical who shaped his politics in the 1950s (he proposed to his wife after spotting her mouthing "McCarthy is a weasel" in the gallery during the Army-McCarthy hearings). He specializes in defending underdogs and attacking the establishment.Mar 15, 1991
San FranciscoLocations. Scenes of the film were shot in the restaurant of the Beach Chalet in Ocean Beach, San Francisco and show historic 1930s murals of San Francisco life by Lucien Labaudt.
A class action is a legal case brought by a group of people rather than an individual. COBUILD Advanced English Dictionary.
Robert Clayton Dean (Will Smith) is a mild-mannered lawyer who works in Washington, D.C. He is on the trail of a kingpin named Paulie Pintero (Tom Sizemore). Meanwhile, a politician named Thomas Brian Reynolds (Jon Voight) is negotiating with Representative Phillip Hammersley (Jason Robards, Jr.) about a new surveillance system with satellites.
The N.S.A. refused to cooperate with the production. Aerial footage of their headquarters in Fort Meade, Maryland had to be shot from public air space.
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Mitch McDeere is a young man with a promising future in Law. About to sit his Bar exam, he is approached by 'The Firm' and made an offer he doesn't refuse. Seduced by the money and gifts showered on him, he is totally oblivious to the more sinister side of his company. Then, two Associates are murdered.
Holly Hunter is on screen for a total of 5 minutes and 59 seconds, one the of shortest performances ever nominated for an Oscar. She is in 20 scenes, for an average of 18 seconds per scene.
Early life and education. Hackman was born in San Bernardino, California, the son of Eugene Ezra Hackman and Anna Lyda Elizabeth (née Gray). He has one brother, Richard. He has Pennsylvania Dutch (German), English, and Scottish ancestry; his mother was Canadian, and was born in Lambton, Ontario. His family moved frequently, finally settling in ...
Determined to prove them wrong, Hackman moved to New York City.
Their friendship goes back to Del Rio's playing days at the University of Southern California. In January 2012, the then 81-year-old Hackman was riding a bicycle in the Florida Keys when he was struck by a car.
A Marine officer who saw him as a doorman said "Hackman, you're a sorry son of a bitch". Rejection motivated Hackman, who said, it was more psychological warfare, because I wasn't going to let those fuckers get me down. I insisted with myself that I would continue to do whatever it took to get a job.
Hackman played movie director Harry Zimm with John Travolta in the comedy-drama Get Shorty (1995). He reunited with Clint Eastwood in Absolute Power (1997), and co-starred with Will Smith in Enemy of the State (1998), his character reminiscent of the one he had portrayed in The Conversation .
1990s. Hackman appeared with Anne Archer in Narrow Margin (1990), a remake of the 1952 film The Narrow Margin. In 1992, he played the sadistic sheriff "Little" Bill Daggett in the Western Unforgiven directed by Clint Eastwood and written by David Webb Peoples.
That same year, Hackman appeared, in what would become one of his most famous comedic roles, as Harold the Blind Man in Young Frankenstein. He appeared as one of Teddy Roosevelt 's former Rough Riders in the Western horse-race saga Bite the Bullet (1975).
Gene Hackman is a retired American actor who, has won two Academy Awards: for 'Best Actor' for his role as Det. Jimmy 'Popeye' Doyle in the crime thriller 'The French Connection' (1971) and for 'Best Supporting Actor' for his role as 'Little' Bill Daggett in the revisionist Western film 'Unforgiven' (1992).#N#Some of his other best roles include Buck Barrow in 'Bonnie & Clyde' (1967), Gene Garrison in 'I Never Sang for My Father' (1970), Harry Caul in 'The Conversation' (1974), George Dupler in 'All Night Long' (1981), FBI Special Agent Rupert Anderson in 'Mississippi Burning' (1988) and Royal Tenenbaum in 'The Royal Tenenbaums' (2001). His other successful movies include the 1975 sequel film 'French Connection II'; the 1972 disaster film 'The Poseidon Adventure'; the superhero movies 'Superman: The Movie' (1978), 'Superman II' (1980) and 'Superman IV: The Quest for Peace' (1987), in which he played arch-villain Lex Luthor; and the 1986 sports film 'Hoosiers'.#N#His later filmography includes 'The Firm' (1993), 'Crimson Tide' (1995), 'Get Shorty' (1995), 'The Birdcage' (1996), 'Enemy of the State' (1998), 'Behind Enemy Lines' (2001) and 'Runaway Jury' (2003).
A videotape of the political assassination of a Congressman by corrupt NSA official, Reynolds, is passed on to an unsuspecting lawyer Robert Dean. Soon Dean is targeted by Reynolds’ men and is framed in another murder. As Dean’s life falls apart, he seeks help of ex-intelligence operator Brill to get to the bottom of this case.
The movie follows his story from being a farm boy in Iowa, growing up into a terrifying marshal and finally leading up to the O.K. Corral gunfight.
It is based on the events of ‘Operation Market Garden’ of September, 1944. In order to bring a quick end to the WWII, the allied forces decide to drop thousands of paratroopers to secure strategic bridges in Netherlands to obtain access into Germany. The main bridge was the one to Arnhem. But tough German resistance and faulty allied intelligence led to failure.
When two cowboys attack and disfigure a prostitute, Sheriff Little Bill Daggett's decree leaves the rest of the prostitutes angry. They offer $1,000 to anyone who kills the two. This attracts William Munny, a former killer who is now reformed and leads a peaceful life. Along with his old partner-in-crime, Ned Logan, he sets out to re-enter the dangerous world.
Superman IV: The Quest for Peace (1987) Gene Hackman is a retired American actor who, has won two Academy Awards: for 'Best Actor' for his role as Det. Jimmy 'Popeye' Doyle in the crime thriller 'The French Connection' (1971) and for 'Best Supporting Actor' for his role as 'Little' Bill Daggett in the revisionist Western film 'Unforgiven' (1992).
Denver Pyle, Warren Beatty, Gene Wilder, Michael J. Pollard, Faye Dunaway. PG. 14. 1. Harry Caul, a sound surveillance expert, is engaged by a client, ‘the director,’ to provide the tape of conversation between a young couple, Mark and Ann, as they walk across San Francisco’s Union Square.