R | | Drama, Mystery, Thriller
A young lawyer joins a prestigious law firm only to discover that it has a sinister dark side.
Mitch sent me to tell you the plan's been changed.
Ray McDeere: I didn't know there was a plan.
Tammy: Well, that's good, because it's been changed.
Strange weather here, at times. When Mitch is interviewed in Boston, it's winter and snow is everywhere. But when he and Abby arrive by car and U-Haul in Memphis, it's already autumn, with red and yellow leaves blanketing the streets. What happened to spring and summer? Then Kozinski and Hodges are murdered--around October 3rd, according to Mitch's computer search and the news item he finds. Yet soon after the funeral, the two FBI agents approach Mitch and know he's been with the firm for 8 weeks already. Which meant he and Abby must have arrived in early August, during the summer, well before the leaves changed color in Memphis.
In the scene when Mitch is at the Cayman Islands, and is talking to his new client Sonny Capps about tax representation, there is a line that had a strange overdubbing. Mitch's line "You'd feel like you were fucked with a dick big enough for an elephant to feel it" was re-shot for television. In the TV version, the line was replaced with "You'd feel like you had a prostate exam with a beach umbrella to feel it."
Blame It On The Rum
Written & Performed by James White
$25,400,000 (USA) (4 July 1993)
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