Michael Clayton was an under-appreciated legal thriller. I will admit it took me multiple viewings to fully appreciate it. But I’ve really come around. Tom Wilkinson, George Clooney and, especially, Tilda Swinton do a fine job, and it’s written and directed by Tony Gilroy. If you work in BigLaw, or you represent giant corporate clients, or, like me, people often mistake you for George Clooney, parts of the film will definitely ring true.
January 29, 2013
“I Am Shiva!”
By Alex Craigie
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