First Monday in October (1981)

R   |    |  Comedy, Drama


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For the first time in history a woman is appointed to the U.S. Supreme Court, where she becomes a friendly rival to a liberal associate.

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  • Walter Matthau in First Monday in October (1981)
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  • Walter Matthau and Jill Clayburgh in First Monday in October (1981)
  • Walter Matthau in First Monday in October (1981)
  • Jill Clayburgh in First Monday in October (1981)
  • Walter Matthau and Jill Clayburgh in First Monday in October (1981)

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9 July 2004 | mlionfire
Superb Matthau in an unusual pairing with Clayburgh
Walter Matthau will always be one of my favorites from the sleazy bar-owner in King Creole to Hopscotch(another unusual pairing with Glenda Jackson)to countless other films he has appeared in... His droll comments and quick wit are hilarious.... and Jill Clayburgh does stand up to the occasion of matching him in legal argument(although scripted).... Of all the Matthau pieces, I think this is well worth the time, though I think the title(refers to the first sitting each year of the Supreme Court Judges)could have been a little more enticing to the general public... I think as a result of the title this movie has been largely overlooked... It is a funny, believable piece, well worth catching if you can!

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