Drama • PG-13 • 1993 • 2 hr 6 min
Hanks and Denzel in their prime and at the top of their game. What more do you need?
Touching, important drama with great acting and cast! Hanks and Washington play well together!
Tom Hanks and Denzel are excellent. A courtroom drama with a heart. Very engaging, moving and emotional.
An enthralling and poignant film that gets its message across amazingly. Tom Hanks deserved that Oscar.
Hanks, Washington and Banderas make a holy trinity of male acting. Ahead of its time, the soundtrack, brilliant cinematography… on and on
A pretty good courtroom drama movie. Great cast and acting and worth a watch at least.
Tom Hanks & Denzel Washington bring in some of the best performances of their careers. A thought provoking commentary still relevant today.
What a great movie. Hanks best perfomance, well this and Forest Gump
hanks and washington deliver stellar performances and changed the AIDS conversation
A bit too corny to be great, but the two lead performances are stellar.
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