Kia Franklin

Have You Seen Michael Clayton?


I did a review of the film on

"Make believe it's not madness."

That's what's scribbled on the wall of the hotel out of which Arthur Edens (Tom Wilkinson), a lead partner in a mega class action lawsuit, escapes. The day prior, he had been arrested for losing it at a videotaped deposition, performing a painful strip tease/rant for opposing counsel, and then running naked into a parking lot. It quickly becomes clear that the partner, Arthur, has begun making the case against their client, U North, a chemical company accused of knowingly releasing cancer-causing products into the market.

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Posted at 2:52 PM, Feb 15, 2008 in Class Action | Consumer Rights | Corporate Abuse | Corporate v. Human Citizenship
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Is this a true story, or are you going on about a fictional story, what the lawyer calls, constructive reality, the basis of all criminal cult enterprise bunko operations?

One notes, its awards and positive reviews came from Commie America Haters.

One notes, the constructive character gets his epiphany after stopping his medication and relapses into the same paranoid delusions found on this blog.

One notes, the real lead actor is a real environmentalist wacko.

Posted by: Supremacy Claus | February 18, 2008 12:57 AM

Goodness, Supremacy Claus, such exciability and hoarse, shrieking angst! It's just a movie. MOSTLY.

What we have in the previous commenter is your TYPICAL Palen/McCain (as Sarah herself puts it) supporter. People, you want that? LOL, me neither. I want the Constition back. Who's with me?

Supremacy Claus, you already voted, this isn't a Diebold machine, your vote is already in, get back in your pickup and beat it. (You should be used to that. Women don't like you. Yes, it is your looks.)

Posted by: Charlotte Corday | September 23, 2008 3:49 PM