The guys are back to Cruis’n the World with Sydney Pollack’s 1993 legal thriller The Firm. They talk about what a bizarre film it truly is, probably saved only by some of Tom Cruise’s finest running sequences as he smokes a silken blonde baddie, Gene Hackman’s wonderfully phoned-in nuance, and the various ways to distinguish one John Grisham film from another. Despite all of the film’s obvious flaws, it features some amazing character performances from Holly Hunter and Gary Busey, and Lil’ Tommy is on top of his game, making it an essential piece of his filmography.

The Firm (1993)
Director
Sydney Pollack
Stars
Tom Cruise, Jeanne Tripplehorn, Gene Hackman, Hal Holbrook, Wilford Brimley, Holly Hunter, Gary Busey

Curated by: The Bit Players

3.2

Aired Monday, April 25, 2016

The guys are back to Cruis'n the World with Sydney Pollack's 1993 legal thriller The Firm. They talk about what a bizarre film it truly is, probably saved only by some of Tom Cruise's finest running sequences as he smokes a silken blonde baddie, Gene Hackman's wonderfully phoned-in nuance, and the various ways to distinguish one John Grisham film from another. Despite all of the film's obvious flaws, it features some amazing character performances from Holly Hunter and Gary Busey, and Lil' Tommy is on top of his game, making it an essential piece of his filmography.