Written February 29, 2016
The individuals who make a difference in society are the ones who's get big actors and actresses to play them in films. Erin Brokivch was one woman who made a great difference on our environment. Brockovich is an unemployed single mother, troubling to find a job. Erin also failed a lawsuit against a doctor in a car accident she was in. With no alternative, she successfully convinces her lawyer to give her a job in compensation for the loss. While no one understands her, with her trashy clothes and outgoing words, that soon changes when she begins to investigate a suspicious real estate case involving the Pacific Gas & Electric Company. What she discovers is that the company is trying to buy land that was contaminated by a deadly toxic waste that the company is illegally dumping and, in turn, poisoning the residents in the area. As she digs deeper, Erin finds herself leading point in a series of events that would involve her law-firm in one of the biggest lawsuits in American history. Julia Roberts does great acting by playing this warrior of a woman. She shows different sides of Brokovich while bringing her bravery to life. Julia Roberts is both hilarious and deep by showing what being a struggling person is like. The determination she endures in this role helps bring her characters personality to life. A great role! Steven Soderbergh does a fun job of directing by making this film both enjoyable and moving. He uses the best of his abilities in each shot and brings a true story back to life in different settings and environments. The whole look of this film is so realistic, from the cooperation's to her trashy houses, it's a true story brought to life remarkably. Much credit is given to Susannah Grant fro making a great story that touches something true. I would have liked the film to be a bit shorter and not focus so much on Erin Brokovich's life before the law case. Her character can get a bit irritating at times, but is remarkable for the most part. I also would have liked it to be much more dramatic to really show the gravity of the situation. "Erin Brokovich" is a bold true story that shows social bravery and corruption.
Written March 09, 2010
This movie has Bisexual, Testify Drama, Strong Language and Dramatic even like comedy.
Written January 31, 2008
This is a great true story. This is the Julia we all know and love.