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Tom Cruise in The Firm on Blu-ray in May

The Sydney Pollack-directed thriller starring Tom Cruise and a host of other A-list stars, The Firm, will be making its way onto Blu-ray May 29, 2011 at an SRP of $19.99. See the press release below for more details.

Press Release

THE FIRM
BLU-RAY™

Street Date:               May 29, 2011

Description:

Director Sydney Pollack’s star-studded thriller The Firm makes its debut on Blu-ray exclusively at Best Buy.  Tom Cruise stars as a young lawyer who is enticed by money and gifts to join a small law firm in Memphis.  But it soon becomes clear that the firm has a sinister side and he finds himself embroiled in an FBI investigation and fearing for his life. Based on the best-selling novel by John Grisham, The Firm boasts an extraordinary cast including Gene Hackman, Hal Holbrook, Jeanne Tripplehorn, Ed Harris, Holly Hunter, David Strathairn and Wilford Brimley.

Specifications:

Digitally remastered in 1080p high definition with English 5.1 TrueHD, French 5.1 Dolby Digital and Spanish 5.1 Dolby Digital with English, English SDH, French, Spanish and Portuguese subtitles.   The Blu-ray includes the original theatrical trailer and a teaser trailer.

Rating:

R for language and some violence (U.S.)
14A (Canada)

Runtime:

154 minutes

Suggested Retail Price:

$19.99 U.S.

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