Henry is a lawyer who survives a shooting only to find he can't remember anything. As if that weren't enough, he also has to recover his speech and mobility, in a life he no longer fits into. Fortunately, he has a loving wife and daughter to help him.Written by
When Henry's secretary pours his coffee the first time he comes back to the office, she tells him to say "when" and start pouring the milk. It immediately comes to the top but she continues to pour. Next you see a close-up of the cup with her pouring even more in the cup but it's not at the top. See more »
I got bad knees.
My knees, they're bad. Ask me why.
Football. Wrecked them both playing college football. Man, it was my life. Football, what else was there? Not jack shit. Homecoming, right? That son of a bitch threw a perfect spiral, and I caught it... boom. Right out of the sky. I had the moment. When that safety hit me, and I felt my knees pop, I knew that was it. Game over. Forget it. I was dead. My life was over, Hank. Now ask me if I mind having bad knees.
Do you mind...
No. No way....
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I am Harrison Ford Fan Especially since his Dr. Jack Ryan Days. I had first seen this movies in 97-98 on TV. At that time I'd probably have given like 3/10 or some such and called it a tear jerker.
But after doing my own 3 months in Hospital and 1 yr. in Rehabilitation, I saw it again on TV. This time it made a huge impact on me although I knew the story. Suddenly I was able to relate to Henry and his problems and frustrations, especially his love to live life Fully.
Not many people will agree with me. But I do wish to tell you that take his advice. You never know about Tomorrow.
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