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what happened. I feel like the rug was pulled out from under. Zaillian's fascination with the law arguably began with his directorial debut re: a chess prodigy. Movies like this part of the problem, since they show how fucked up the justice system is but show how good people can still occasionally win and convince people are fine. In no way was Batman v Superman messed up but because Zack Snyder had to (or was forced to) tease the upcoming Justice League film, the movie could not live up to its full potential. The EPA (Reagan's EPA, no less!) actually taking steps to protect the environment? More, seems pretty silly and dated in the Trump era. Well, enough about the DC Universe, getting back to Civil War.
Based on a true story about a small-time, self-possessed personal-injury attorney whose greed entangles him in a case that threatens. A, civil, action is about some families of children who died who sue two companies for dumping toxic waste: a tort so expensive to prove. Let me begin this review by stating that I am weary of courtroom dramas.
Login to create. After Flint, Michigan, it's really, really fucking hard to watch a so-called drama about environmental contamination knowing there was no way you were ever going to be given a satisfying conclusion. The second half of the ows Travolta going ruggling in court. Here he shows the same admiration for dispassionate analysis and execution, as the winner of a trial is going to be the one who refuses to let moral attachment cloud their judgement and moves. I really liked the first half of this Travolta's character seemed smart and a guy that you would want on your side. Jan Schlickmann is a cynical lawyer who goes out to 'get rid of' a case, only to find out it is potentially worth millions. The Cap, Iron Man, Winter Soldier fight though, DAT fight though! It was also the first film in Marvel's Phase Three but that did not mess up the film. The superheroes seemed to fit correctly where they were. Featuring everyones favorite that guy whose name I cant pronounce my law teacher is really out here showing us movies that he made big Brother is Watching You his english students (aka me) watch the year before huh. This is problematic because the creators do little to create suspense or ambiguity about how it will proceed.