Let's face it: Harrison Ford is an emotional black hole who can suck the air out of a movie faster than you can say "seal all doors and windows." Witness this scrupulously unsensational drama about the emotional fallout from a plane crash. It starts as
internal affairs investigator "Dutch" Van Den Broeck (Ford) and Congresswoman Kay Chandler (Kristin Scott-Thomas) learn that their spouses were having a long-term affair after the adulterers die en route to a dirty weekend in Miami. Van Den Broeck takes his wife's betrayal harder than her death; he's not comfortable with juggling mutually contradictory notions like "she loved me" and "she lied to me." Chandler, too, t...