Due to the popularity of his novels, there are many John Grisham movies – big screen adaptations of some of his most popular stories, as well as one that isn’t based on one of his books (Mickey).
Below, you can find a list of all the John Grisham books made into movies. Click on the cover to get more details about the films on Amazon where you can also read reviews, buy the DVD or stream the movie online.
Julia Roberts who finds herself embroiled in a terrifying web of intrigue extending to the highest levels of government after she writes a legal brief exposing the illegal activities.
A murder trial brings a small Mississippi town’s racial tensions to the flashpoint. Amidst frenzy an idealistic young attorney mounts a stirring courtroom battle for justice.
Chris O’Donnell, Gene Hackman and Faye Dunaway star in this John Grisham thriller about an attorney determined to clear the name of his grandfather, a former Klansman sentenced to die.
In this drama, based on the best-selling novel by John Grisham, Mitch McDeer (Tom Cruise) is a young man from a poor Southern family who has struggled through Harvard Law School to graduate fifth in his class. Mitch is entertaining offers from major firms in New York and Chicago, but when Memphis-based Bendini, Lambert, & Locke offer him a 20 percent higher salary than the best offer he’s received, in addition to an enticing variety of perks and fringe benefits, he decides to sign on and remain in the South. Mitch’s wife, Abby (Jeanne Tripplehorn), warns him that the deal sounds almost too good to be true, but it’s not until after several weeks of working with Avery Tolar (Gene Hackman) that Mitch discovers that the vast majority of BL&L’s business is tied to organized crime, with crime boss Joey Morolto (Paul Sorvino) using the firm to launder Mafia money.
A gripping adventure of a streetwise kid who, finding himself wanted by both the FBI and the mob, hires a lawyer to defend his right not to reveal what he knows about a mafia killing.
Francis Ford Coppola directs and scripts an exciting, star-packed adaptation of John Grisham’s novel about an idealistic young attorney who takes on the case of a lifetime.
In this suspenseful thriller, a high-priced and ruthless jury “consultant” will stop at nothing to secure a verdict on an explosive trial.
When their only daughter Blair leaves the family nest, Luther and Nora Krank (Tim Allen and Jamie Lee Curtis) decide to book an island cruise to beat the yuletide blues and just skip the holidays. But their decision to boycott tradition has the whole neighborhood in an uproar, and when Blair callson Christmas Eve to announce a surprise visit with her new fiancée, the Kranks have just twelve hours to perform a miracle and pull themselves and their neighbors together to throw the best celebration ever!
Until that September in 1952, Luke Chandler had never kept a secret or told a single lie. But in that long, hot summer when 10-year-old Luke Chandler comes of age, two groups of migrant workers – and two very dangerous men – come through the Arkansas Delta to work the Chandler cotton farm. And suddenly mysteries flood Luke’s world. A murder leaves the town seething in gossip and suspicion. A beautiful young woman catches Luke’s eye. A fatherless baby is born, and someone has begun furtively painting the bare clapboards of the Chandler farmhouse, slowly, painstakingly bathing the run-down structure in gleaming white. As young Luke watches the world around him, he shelters secrets that could shatter lives – and change his family forever.
When widowed attorney Tripp Spence finds himself wanted by the IRS, he and his young pitching sensation son Derrick change their appearance, assume new identities and flee to Las Vegas. Here, Derrick becomes ‘Mickey’ and Tripp enrolls him in a second final year of Little League. But as the nation, the government and a nervous Tripp watch, ‘Mickey’ leads his team from the city championship all the way to the controversial final game of the Little League World Series. Can a 13-year-old fugitive with an 80 mph fastball now find a way to stay anonymous – and honest – as the most famous 12-year-old athlete in the world?