Class Action

Class Action

Liberal activist lawyer Jedediah alienated daughter Maggie years ago when she discovered his many affairs. Now a conservative corporate lawyer, Maggie agrees to go up against her father in court. To gain promotion, she must defend an auto manufacturer against charges that their explosion-prone station wagons are unsafe. As her mother begs for peace, Maggie takes on her dad in a trial that turns increasingly personal and nasty.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:110 minutes
  • Release:1991
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:judge,   trial,   car,  

Class Action is a 1991 American drama thriller film directed by Michael Apted. The story is about a lawsuit concerning injuries caused by a defective automobile. The suit takes on a personal dimension because the injured plaintiff's attorney, Jedediah Tucker Ward (Gene Hackman) discovers that the automobile manufacturer's attorney Maggie Ward (Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio) is his estranged daughter. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Class Action torrent reviews

Mark C (au) wrote: Poilo was some scary stuff.

Sandra W (it) wrote: Great Movie, Love the Culture, Love the Purity and Innocence. Loved the Respect for God and Elders. The ending could have been more vocal. Still loved it.

Carlos M (mx) wrote: An enormously thought-provoking allegory that suggests a terrifying price necessary to keep the capitalist system machine functioning at full speed in a post-apocalyptic society confined in a moving train - and it is always a pleasure to see a thrilling story that makes us think.

Hans A (ru) wrote: I saw this movie and it was a lot of fun and I enjoyed the action in it. I found the car chase quite exciting and thrilling and it's great B Movie from the UK.

Philip U (mx) wrote: Nice looking movie, good visuals, but generally a tiresome rehash of 2001. And a cliched ending.

David L (gb) wrote: Man on Wire is incredibly well shot with stunning aerial photography and some artistic scenes as well, the score is simply marvelous, the archival footage is the highlight and the movie gives you everything you need to know about the event itself, but it never goes further unfortunately as it doesn't provide the wider picture besides the walk and the interviews are lacking. It is a solid documentary, but the one that isn't as nearly as compelling as it should have been.

John M (us) wrote: The most graphic-novely of graphic novel movies, and very Frank Miller - it has his name through it, like a mean, moody, atmospheric, distopian stick of Blackpool rock.It's one of the most stylised and visually distinctive films you're likely to see. Black and white mixes with vibrant colours - a vibrancy which is in stark contrast to the drab, noirish setting - harking back strongly to the source material.Easily one of Rodriguez's finest films.

Bipin O (es) wrote: A good movie about the Bollywood film industry that makes you laugh and think.

Lauren G (kr) wrote: one word to describe this crap: BORING!

Traci P (kr) wrote: Silly, but good comedy. Thought Dan Aykroyd was hilarious! Gotta love Dom DeLuise~

Shawn S (mx) wrote: seen it half dozen times, great movie

Alexander L (us) wrote: Pretty decent but not memorable.

Lauren C (ca) wrote: A wonderful love story.

Indira S (nl) wrote: a very funny and entertaining movie, ginger was sooo hilarious :)