PG-13 | | Crime, Drama, Thriller
An underdog lawyer takes on a fraudulent insurance company.
My father hated lawyers all his life. He wasn't a great guy, my old man. He drank and beat up my mother; he beat me up too. So you might think I became a lawyer just to piss him off. But you'd be wrong. I wanted to be a lawyer ever since I read ...
As Rudy first reads the "stupid, stupid, stupid!" letter from Great Benefit, he says it's signed by Everett Lufkin, Vice President of Claims. Minutes later, when Donny Ray's nose bleeds on the letter, we see that it's signed "Russell Krokit, Senior Claims Supervisor". Additionally, this letter is shown as being dated April 25, 1995, while the blow-up Rudy shows during the trial (now signed by Lufkin) is dated July 7, 1996.
There is a credit for "Poet in Residence".
$10,626,507 (USA) (23 November 1997)
$45,856,732 (USA) (15 March 1998)
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