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I just saw some mention of the 1991 movie Class Action, starring Gene Hackman.

I'd forgotten about it. I seem to recall really liking the movie, but then again I usually like anything Gene Hackman does.

I just ordered a DVD so I can watch it again.

Anybody else remember this movie?
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Never heard of it. I'm going to check it out because of Hackman.
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Very good movie. The wife and I enjoyed it.

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Remember rhe movie as being excellent.

What is there not to like if Gene is there? Such an outstanding actor.


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Yeah…it was a decent flick.

Father-daughter are on opposing sides of litigation. Take it from there… Wink

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IIRC, the film is analogous to the Ford Pinto legislation. Ford bean counted their way around human loss due to a design flaw.

I remember really enjoying it.

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