Ralph Breaks the Internet
Mission: Impossible - Fallout
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All Critics (24)
| Top Critics (5)
| Fresh (18)
| Rotten (6)
It is the fierce accord between Mastrantonio and Hackman that distinguishes the movie.
Apted gives this smarter-than-average script a slick look and expertly develops suspense.
What I liked best was the way the whole legal case and all of its twists and turns were used to force the Hackman and Mastrantonio characters into learning things about themselves.
less a battle of people and corporations than a battle between a fiery daughter and smug father
How far we've come! Here, it's still the youngster -- and the woman -- who needs to be put in her place.
A two-fisted slugger, hammering across points about legal and familial ethics.
Not exactly a nail-biter, but a well-crafted courtroom thriller
Two great actors giving two great performances
Works like an above-average TV-flick ... only with better actors.
Managed to take one of the most contrived plots I've ever seen and make it seem, if not original, then at least way above average.
Director Michael Apted has taken what could have been a routine courtroom drama and built instead a stunning study of familial love and misunderstanding.
Class Action is one of the rare films that combines a truly affecting family crisis with a good potboiler.
Was this the one that took place on a moving train?
Do you remember when Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio was supposed to be the next big thing and then she vanished after Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves? Perhaps we should have seen the future forecast here. A very plain and ordinary movie based on a slightly interesting premise. Blah! Only see this if you are bored.
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