Did anyone notice in THE CLIENT (if you've bothered going) that when the boy is looking for a lawyer, he passes a door marked THE CHAMBER--of commerce, that is, but of course it's also the name of Grisham's latest book. And I may have missed previous discussion on this, but has anyone commented on the background messages (at least 5) about animal rights that run through LETHAL WEAPON III? This leads to a, I hope, more significiant question: Are there other films that plug particular social/political agendas and/or the filmmakers'/authors' works with elements of setting and such? (Another recent one that comes to mind is in THE SHADOW with a truck labeled "Mulcahy" and a sign for " Baldwin" cigarettes). I AM NOT looking for mere product plugs (like the Sprite can the boy holds in THE CLIENT) or "artistic" uses of background messages (eg., the blind woman's sign in TOUCH OF EVIL).