'Clayton' a Suspenseful, Sensational Thriller

George Clooney in Michael Clayton

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Film critic David Edelstein reviews Michael Clayton, the new corporate thriller starring George Clooney. Despite a routine outline, the film is sensationally well done, Edelstein says, and Clooney is as good as he's ever been.

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