The tattooed and drug-addicted townie has more than his share of personal demons, but can he straighten up long enough to lead a renegade safety-needle inventor to victory against a monopolizing medical supply corporation?
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Clásico drama legal sobre el triunfo del bien común por encima de las necesidades personales. Aborda de manera muy básica los problemas entre el deber y la ambición, no obstante muestra de manera entretenida el descenso personal de un abogado que se discute por ganar la guerra aún y cuando esto signifique perder todas las batallas, incluso la personal.
Tense shades of character myopia mingles a bit in the rooms of Michael Clayton, The Insider and Erin Brokovich but not without buoyancy. Specificity lives in the lines between the lines so often muddied these days in the dreaming and dying of overrated landscape epics. Slow to start but keeps scenes well lit and charismatic cast reminds us what our middle aged heroes used to do before all the zeroes on their checks.
Honestly, I'm gladly surprised by Evans' performance. The story is good, but nothing new. I would have liked to see more scenes from Mike's point of view, I feel like I could not totally establish a rapport with this character.
"Sometimes the brightest light comes from the darkest places".
This movie was better than I expected and Chris Evans is a good actor.
I coudln't stop watching it, I was nervous and very involved in the plot.
En pequeño, cada uno somos el problema de la raza. Un individuo es espejo, semilla... Sólo no me gustó que los personajes, sobre todo el abogado limpio y responsable parece una caricatura. Una historia totalmente digna de contarse.