Legal Eagles (1986) 1080p YIFY Movie

Legal Eagles (1986) 1080p

Legal Eagles is a movie starring Robert Redford, Debra Winger, and Daryl Hannah. A New York district attorney works and flirts with his adversary and her kooky artist client, who is on trial for a murder she didn't commit.

IMDB: 6.00 Likes

  • Genre: Comedy | Crime
  • Quality: 1080p
  • Size: 2.22G
  • Resolution: / fps
  • Language: English
  • Run Time: 116
  • IMDB Rating: 6.0/10 
  • MPR: Normal
  • Peers/Seeds: 0 / 0

The Synopsis for Legal Eagles (1986) 1080p

District Attorney Tom Logan is set for higher office, at least until he becomes involved with defence lawyer Laura Kelly and her unpredictable client Chelsea Deardon. It seems the least of Chelsea's crimes is the theft of a very valuable painting, but as the women persuade Logan to investigate further and to cut some official corners, a much more sinister scenario starts to emerge.


The Director and Players for Legal Eagles (1986) 1080p

[Director]Ivan Reitman
[Role:]Robert Redford
[Role:]Brian Dennehy
[Role:]Debra Winger
[Role:]Daryl Hannah


The Reviews for Legal Eagles (1986) 1080p


Worth a look see for those reminiscent of NYC 60s-80'sReviewed byDavid-4733Vote: 7/10

With a stellar cast and mediocre plot, this movie is well executed and the acting skills of the leads raise the movie above it's material on paper. Redfor seems to be enjoying himself and the writers gave each character little human quirks that can't help but make you smile. In one seen, Redford, playing a lawyer is sharing an office with "Kelly" his new partner after he gets caught shaking the sheets with D. Hannahs character and he is moving from chair to chair in the small office finally stating, "I'm a pacer", someone who needs to walk back and forth in order to think clearly.

There is an opening scene with a 60's party that has a Warhol feeling" to it that I enjoyed, as I grew up in those times. And while it plays only a small part in the movie, it brought back a flood of good memories for me. (Anyone remember "The Electric Circus?")

D. Hannah gives a completely 80's reminiscent piece of performance art that is very pych. connected to the wounded character she plays, and if you wait for the credits, you find she played a big part in authoring the piece.

Basically, its the types of movie that is not even in your top ten or twenty, yet you can't help but enjoying it each time you watch it, and you are pleased to see it on the schedule when it is. Kind of a "non-guilty guilty pleasure", I can't help but enjoy the cast, the full of holes plot and poor continuity, (the faux pas of timing and lighting are mentioned in other reviews.) Even Redford's little girl in the movie is one of those kids you have even and enjoy, but can't recall her name. there is an early character role played by Christine Baranski who either got some work done or simply learned how to use her assets better later in her career.

Just watch with an excepting, open mind and you may not only enjoy it, but it may be a cult favorite at some point. *note-my wife is a wall st. attorney and absolutely hates the film as do many other lawyers we know. why? Who knows? Maybe they're strung too tight to let go and enjoy the simple ride.

Those eagles fly high (DVD)Reviewed byleplatypusVote: 4/10

The movie resolves around a trio of actors, where each one is very characterized. Some might say this setting is too much one-dimensional, but with this handful of excellent actors, the movie comes alive right now and the audience has just to appreciate the teamwork. All the more that, each character shows two opposite traits, so there is really depth in it, and it is fun to see all those people tangled with each other.

So, ladies first: Hannah portrays a false-na?ve but real-seductress daughter of a famous painter. She is totally convincing when she does her "performance". And if you are the kind to watch the end-credits, you will learn that she brought actively her creative impulse into it. Then, Winger acts as a willful but melting hearted advocate. At least, Redford is a goofy but strong attorney.

The entire story takes place in New York, in 1986. So, twenty years after, it adds a certain nostalgic flavor to it.

A good piece of art?

Magic !Reviewed byelshikh4Vote: 7/10

I don't believe in magic. But this movie forces me to!

I find it hard to talk about movies I extremely love. But being pushed by that love itself, I have to do it. I first watched (Legal Eagles) when I was 11 year old. Ever since, I adore it. Every moment of it became such a glamorous memory. When I made my list of the best 100 movies I saw, it was surely one of them. So, what do I love about it? Simply EVERYTHING!

Talk serious MAN!. OK: Debra Winger and Robert Redford. The soft-colored and smoking hot cinematography. The breathless pace. The light yet perfect comedy. The few yet masterly action scenes. The mystery of its story. The way this script managed to be a thriller, a great movie about lawyers, and a romantic comedy as well. And nothing can compete with Debra Winger's eyes, especially when she was looking to Redford. I can swear whether she was in love, real love, with him at the moment, or she just a prodigious actress.

The dual, Jim Cash and Jack Epps. Jr, wrote together many other movies. Just remember: Top Gun, Turner & Hooch, Dick Tracy, Anaconda, The Flintstones in Viva Rock Vegas. For me, I see that nothing tops the effort they pulled off in Legal Eagles yet. From the complicated storyline of whodunit, to the amusing courtroom drama, reaching to the details of the main 2 characters; I can't get enough of Redford dancing to Gene Kelly's song, or Winger's dialog; for instance the line of "borrowing one of your looks"!

History speaking; since the end of the 1970s, the movies that mix action or thrill with elements of romantic comedy, where the hero and the heroine have both an equal screen time, became in fashion. I believe that began obviously and strongly after the movement of the women's rights. (Legal Eagles) is without a doubt an icon among these movies, being an excellent competitor to be their best.

Director Ivan Reitman was never more classical. Even the smallest shot is memorable. There is a certain loveliness in the way this movie was made. Actually it has all the classy qualities of the old Hollywood while being in a new Hollywood shape too. It's just one fine example for how the studio's work works. With talents, and a harmony, movies with the intention to entertain do their job highly. This time, they were so lucky because it can't get any higher. Actually, in a case like this we're the lucky ones.

With The Boy Who Could Fly, Wise Guys, The Money Pit, now Legal Eagles must be on the top of them as the best 1986's movie I have watched. This is a classy entertainment, and it's very very rare nowadays. How many movies stand being watched for countless times while not losing any glow along the way?! In other words: How this movie doesn't get any old is one definition of magic in my book.

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