Michael Clayton

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Gripping and absorbing from beginning to end, Michael Clayton is a well-crafted legal thriller. The movie isn’t perfect but it is solid all around and with the way it’s being acclaimed, it is a title to keep an eye on during awards season. This marks the first feature film debut by writer Tony Gilroy who has written the scripts to the Bourne movies and The Devil’s Advocate. Like Scott Frank did with this year’s earlier thriller The Lookout, Gilroy has made a memorable first impression as a director.

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