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The Firm (1993)

Mitch McDeere is a young man who is struggling hard to make his future in law and while during the exams he is now approached by The Firm that he could not refuse. He is now totally oblivious to the most sinister side due to lots of gifts. His life gets turn and is ruined now when he is called by FBI. He has to decide now whether he will work for FBI or for his Firm. In both the cases, he will lose his life. he is thinking to get rid of this problem by applying his own plan.

A young lawyer joins a small but prestigious law firm only to find out that most of their clients are on the wrong side of the law and he wants to give them the right way now. It’s the company that’s helping to lounder for the money and there they do the murder who threatens them. So on calling of FBI, he has to be worried about and he’s to decide to choose one thing the company or the FBI. But in both of the cases, his life is in danger. Now he’s in search of finding a new way to get his life back.

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Release Date: 30 June 1993
IMDb icon 6.8/10
  • Country: USA
  • Language: English
  • Runtime: 2h 34min
  • Budget: $42,000,000
  • Revenue: $158,348,400
  • Costs: low-cost
  • Costs p. Min.: $272,727
Tom Cruise
Mitch McDeere
Jeanne Trippl...
Abby McDeere
Gene Hackman
Avery Tolar
Hal Holbrook
Oliver Lambert
Terry Kinney
Lamar Quinn
Wilford Briml...
William Devasher
Ed Harris
Wayne Tarrance
Holly Hunter
Tammy Hemphill
David Stratha...
Ray McDeere
Gary Busey
Eddie Lomax
Steven Hill
F. Denton Voyles
Tobin Bell
The Nordic Man
Barbara Garri...
Kay Quinn
Jerry Hardin
Royce McKnight
Paul Calderon
Thomas Richie