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I think this is a great drama!!! truly enjoyed watching Harrison Ford in this film!
The best inspiring movie ever made!
Not usually one for dramas, but this is a good under the radar flick
One of if not the most underrated movie starring Harrison Ford.
It's ridiculously cheesey and extremely shallow but I won't lie that in the most surfaced level, it tugs my heart strings. J.J. Abrams pens a script that is about what you would expect from a 20 year old writer with not much experience.
I liked the movie but the second time watching I noticed why I didn't love it. Ford kind of sucked, it just isn't a role for him. His facial expressions and him pretending not to be able to do things was acting 101 and he failed. His an action film personality...Star Wars, Fugitive, Indiana Jones. Drama and basically anything else is not his forte. I actually thought Annette Benning saved the film and even the daughter was better. Now that I think of it John Leguizamo was even better for his minute crackhead role.
Great movie. The way it depicts how the relationship with his child moves from a conventional, authoritarian one to a loving, consensual one is inspiring.
Harrison Ford was not a good actor. So there's that. The movie itself is chock full of conspicuous devices and predictable turns. Cliches. Attempted manipulations. It's not oppressively bad - it's just a bit bad. I feel like any kind of actor at all could have made it better but as is, 3.9 out of 10.
Not one of the best films from legendary Mike Nichols, but I still actually like this one. It is neat seeing Harrison Ford in this kind of role.
Not a great film, but I've always liked it. Something different for Harrison Ford. I was surprised to see J.J. Abrams in a cameo, then learned that he wrote it. Give it a try if you are a Ford Fan.