Michael Clayton

Michael Clayton

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Overview

Michael Clayton

Michael Clayton (George Clooney) handles all of the dirty work for a major New York law firm, arranging top-flight legal services and skirting through loopholes for ethically questionable clients. But when a fellow "fixer" decides to turn on the very firm they were hired to clean up for, Clayton finds himself at the center of a conspiratorial maelstrom. Once an ambitious D.A., Clayton is now a shell of his former dynamic self, thanks to a divorce, an unfortunate business venture, and astronomical debt. Though he longs to leave the cutthroat, ethically dubious world of corporate law behind, Clayton's poor financial situation and devotion to firm head Marty Bach (Sydney Pollack) leave him little choice but to remain on the job and tough it out. Meanwhile, litigator Karen Crowder (Tilda Swinton) finds her entire company's future hinging on the outcome of a multi-billion-dollar settlement overseen by Clayton's friend, star lawyer Arthur Edens (Tom Wilkinson). When Edens snaps and decides to blow the whistle on the questionable case, sabotaging the defense, Clayton must decide between his loyalty and his conscience.

Product Details

Release Date: 02/19/2008
UPC: 0085391142560
Original Release: 2007
Rating: R
Source: Warner Home Video
Region Code: 1
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Sound: [Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound]
Time: 2:00:00
Sales rank: 2,058

Special Features

Additional scenes; Commentary by writer/director Tony Gilroy and editor John Gilroy

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
George Clooney Michael Clayton
Tom Wilkinson Arthur Edens
Tilda Swinton Karen Crowder
Sydney Pollack Marty Bach
Michael O'Keefe Barry Grissom
Robert Prescott Mr. Verne
Terry Serpico Mr. Iker
Merritt Wever Anna
Kevin Hagan Raymond Clayton
Austin Williams Henry Clayton
David Lansbury Timmy Clayton
Tom McCarthy Walter
Heidi Armbruster Anna's Sister
Jennifer Van Dyck Ivy
Frank Wood Gerald
Denis O'Hare Mr. Greer
Julie White Mrs. Greer
Jonathan Walker Del
Sharon Washington Pam
Cynthia Mace Wendy
Michael Countryman Evan
Ken Howard Don Jeffries
Amy Hargreaves interviewer
Susan Pellegrino Secretary
Rachael Black Maude
Matthew Detmer Todd
John Thompson Jail Guard
Bill Raymond Gabe Zabel
Brian Poteat Deposition Lawyer
Christopher Mann Lieutenant Elston
Edward Furs Milwaukee Captain
Katherine Waterston Third Year
John Gerard Franklin Corrections Officer
Alberto Vazquez Player #1
Brian Koppelman Player #2
Jason Strong First Year
Pun Bandhu Fourth Year
David Zayas Detective Dalberto
Danielle Skraastad Bridget Klein
Remy Auberjonois Fifth Year
Pamela Gray Cindy Bach
Andrew Sherman U/North
Richard Hecht Auctioneer
Julia Gibson Stephanie Clayton
Sean Cullen Gene Clayton
Susan Egbert Michelle
Wai Chan Chinese Dealer
Paul Oquist Caddy
Doug McGrath Jeff Gaffney
Gregory Dann Cop
Cathy Diane Tomlin Cop #2
Sam Gilroy Copy Kid
Maggie Siff Attorney #1
Sarah Nichols Barry's Assistant
Susan McBrien Jean
Jordan Lage Partner
Neal Huff First Associate
Paul Juhn Second Associate
Mike Scelza Poker Consultant
Blake Neely Conductor

Technical Credits
Tony Gilroy Director,Screenwriter
Steve Apicella Asst. Director
Michael Barosky Sound/Sound Designer
Clay Brown Art Director
Ellen Chenoweth Casting
Chris Barnes Stunts
George Clooney Executive Producer
Norman Douglass Stunts
Clay Duncan Sound/Sound Designer
Sarah Edwards Costumes/Costume Designer
Robert Elswit Cinematographer
Jennifer Fox Producer
John Gilroy Editor
Christopher Goode Co-producer
Gene Harrison Stunts
Don J. Hewitt Stunts
James Holt Executive Producer
James Newton Howard Score Composer
Alex Kharlamov Sound/Sound Designer
Joanne Lamstein Stunts
John E. Mack Stunts
Alan Meyerson Sound Mixer
Michael Brooks Sound/Sound Designer
Anthony Minghella Executive Producer
Kerry Orent Producer
Sydney Pollack Producer
Brian Ross Musical Direction/Supervision
P. Scott Sakamoto Camera Operator
Steven Samuels Producer
Steven Soderbergh Executive Producer
Kevin Thompson Production Designer
Mel Wesson Sound/Sound Designer

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Michael Clayton
1. Big Law [4:52]
2. Card Room [3:36]
3. Hit and Run [3:58]
4. The Field [3:23]
5. Make an Offer... [5:07]
6. U/North [5:25]
7. Milwaukee [3:53]
8. Who Is This Guy? [3:13]
9. Realm & Conquest [3:06]
10. 3 Billion Dollars [4:04]
11. Memo #229 [4:15]
12. Pick up the Phone... [4:52]
13. Start Digging [3:10]
14. 80k [3:31]
15. Bagman [5:12]
16. Everybody Listening? [5:25]
17. Upstate [2:46]
18. Visitors [2:16]
19. In Your Heart [3:14]
20. Incomprehensible [4:54]
21. More Than a Favor [4:23]
22. The Book [5:07]
23. We Have a Situation [5:31]
24. Countdown [8:51]
25. The Package [3:30]
26. 10 Million [5:27]
27. End Credits [6:31]

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Michael Clayton 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 11 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This was movie was good. It held my interest and I would want to see it again because of all the levels that are happening. I know I missed stuff. George Clooney makes the movie. They depth that he puts into this role reminds me of Carey Grant in North by Northwest. I think that George is the Mr. Grant of out time. There are just so many layers to this movie with the family and busisness, obligations and morality it is a movie that everyone should watch when they get a chance.
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Guest More than 1 year ago
Great acting, great cast, stupendous script. Michael Clayton is destined to be a classic and is by far my favorite film to come out of 2007. The ending is worth the price of admission alone.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This movie was really good... but it was very confusing. Now, I am only 13, but my dad explained to me what was happening throughout the movie and I really like it. It all comes together in the end!
Guest More than 1 year ago
Great cast, just short of my fave, "No Country for Old Men" for this years BEST OF the movies. See why George Clooney is mentioned by so many as one of the few great actors working right now. The story builds and pulls you in, until you realize what crime is being committed here. Buy it, rent it, you will want to find a quiet place and some popcorn, maybe a glass of wine and watch this movie work it's magic.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Again Clooney takes on a well written script and adds his PRESENCE to make the story come alive. But the horses are better actors than Swinton.
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