Overall Rank: 6155
Average Rating: 2.5/4
# of Ratings: 73
Theatrical Release Date: 07/10/1991
MPAA Rating: PG-13
Director: Mike Nichols
Actors: Harrison Ford, Annette Bening, Bruce Altman, John Leguizamo, Peter Appel, Bill Nunn
Plot: J.J. Abrams plot revolves the life of Henry Turner, an ambitious, hard-nosed, lawyer. While buying some cigarettes at a local convenience store, Henry is shot in the head and chest, resulting in brain damage and motor function loss. The recovery and transformation of Henry is played out as he readjusts to his life and family.
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KingoftheCorn - wrote on 02/25/2013
With a cast and director like this, I expected something better. Too melodramatic for my taste, but Bill Nunn's performance was something to admire. Fair at best.
Allison - wrote on 09/14/2007
liked it . something bad happened when I watched it. my mom and dad told me I shouldn't have laughed at the hot sauce joke. they thought it was sexual, but actually there was an earlier hot sauce scene if they had been paying attn and it wasn't sexual.
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TheWolf - wrote on 08/17/2007
This was a good film that really gave Harrison Ford the chance to play something other than a roughneck cop, or an adventurer, or a scruffy looking nerf herder. This was his chance to show the real felxability that he has as an actor. He plays a self centered lawyer, a real egotistical jerk... now I know what you are thinking, how is this different from his other characters? Well aside from being a lawyer, he only play the egotistical role for the first 15 minutes of the film... he has an accident...ok he acts like a jerk to a guy that has a gun and he gets shot for it. He ends up in the hospital, with no memory of who he is, no ability to do much of anything. Essentially he is brought back to the mentality of a kid. He then has to relearn everything he had already learned, he becomes a …
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