Henry is a lawyer who survives a shooting only to find he cannot remember anything. If that weren't enough, Henry also has to recover his speech and mobility, in a life he no longer fits into. Fortunately, Henry has a loving wife and daughter to help him.
- Stars:Harrison Ford, Annette Bening, Michael Haley, Stanley Swerdlow, Julie Follansbee, Rebecca Miller, Bruce Altman, Elizabeth Wilson, Donald Moffat, Mikki Allen, Aida Linares, John MacKay, Mary Gilbert, Peter Appel, Harsh Nayyar,
- Director:Mike Nichols, Mike Nichols,
- Writer:J.J. Abrams
An unscrupulous corporate lawyer, Henry Turner will do whatever it takes to win a case, and treats his family with the same degree of ruthlessness. But one day, Henry survives a shooting only to find he cannot remember anything. To the surprise of his wife and daughter, Henry becomes a loving and affectionate man. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(gb) wrote: I love this movie I saw it it was so scary !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
(es) wrote: lame movie. all the actors i liked from the 1st movie where not in this one. still: two can play that game was funny
(nl) wrote: A superbly crafted and supremely entertaining film. A remarkable, well-written and brilliantly performed piece. Director, David Mamet's masterpiece, he truly knows how to make a truly engaging and riveting movie. Mamet's love for the sport shows in this piece and the respect that it should be given. An impressive, intelligent, stunning, powerful, and satisfying movie. It's beyond amazing. An absorbing, thrilling, gripping and sensational thinking-man's dramatic thriller. it hits you with the intense brass-knuckles of reality. An extraordinary cast. Chiwetel Ejiofor gives an outstanding performance, he truly established himself as a star and leading man and is capable of almost any challenge. Emily Mortimer is fantastic. Tim Allen is excellent.
(ag) wrote: I think all three vignettes are beautifully filmed; however, the first narrative was strongest because it was so subtle but told the story all the same. The second reminds me of old silent films and the third was lost and incoherent but perhaps that was its intention in showing the decadence and despair of youth today. Overall it wasn't satisfying but still, Qi Shu and Chen Chang have proved their versatility as actors.
(gb) wrote: Not a film I ever really wanted to see until I saw it won awards for the best performance, presumably Meryl Streep. I didn't notice any good performances. It was just a film that would appeal to those who harbour an interest in the fashion industry, which I don't.
(de) wrote: awww :PI love tarzanbut the movie was borringwith all the meaning of the word
(nl) wrote: From now on, when I say I like Dario Argento, I'm going to specify by saying "EARLY ARGENTO (PRE-1985)." This film was a complete embarrassment.
(mx) wrote: This movie Is a all time classic I love it & the cast was just amazing its a mix emotion movie.
(nl) wrote: A great sequel to the other movies and a return of Jet Li to the starring role, where he belongs.
(mx) wrote: Federal agents intercept a shipment of diamonds. Standard Andy Sidaris casting features at least four Playmates, with Miss June 1985 Hope Marie Charlton being my favourite. Won't expand anyone's horizons but will deliver a bullseye to the target audience.
(ag) wrote: Redford is at the height of his powers here. A tremendous ensemble cast combined with a compelling, realistically political environment make this a very solid movie with a grounded finale.
(jp) wrote: Ah,golden age of the 1930s and 1940s Next to The Philadelphia Story, the film is perhaps most-loved comedy of that period
(ru) wrote: Under the heft of overwrought melodrama, DEATH SENTENCE still manages to be an effective, violent, and stylized revenge flick. I dug the heart even if it tugged a little too tight on its strings.
(jp) wrote: Harry Brown is outrageous and satisfying. Caine's brilliant performance says it all.
(ru) wrote: The representation of Asian American men as hot-blooded toughies in the film does put a dent in the omnipresent nerdy eunuch stereotype and the model-minority myth.