Henry Turner (Harrison Ford), a wealthy, high-powered, highly successful Manhattan lawyer, seems to have everything -- a perfect wife (Annette Bening), a perfect daughter, a perfect life. In fact, Henry is completely cold, rigid and unable to experience love or joy in his day-to- day existence. Everything changes, however, when Henry is gunned down in an act of random violence, and must undergo a slow, difficult recovery. In the process of relearning the most basic skills -- walking, reading, getting dressed in the morning -- Henry discovers something even more important: how to love his family and friends again and how to find true happiness in life.
Pros: not a bad movie Cons: sometimes a little slow Just a bit to smug and full of himself, Henry Turner, defense attorney and general horses ass, never loses a case. In fact, his win to loss ratio is almost non-existent. He is crass, overbearing, rude - basically not a nice guy. He is an adulterer, an overbearing father, a bully to his co-workers and most other people he meets. You don't like him and you hope he falls flat on his face sometime soon … more