Please disregard. Directed with annoying slickness by Nichols, REGARDING HENRY concerns a ruthless lawyer's rehabilitation and redemption. There's much amiss here, with a long catalog of contrived situations that make this film a tough act to swallow.
You could swear you're in the wrong movie. As the camera pans the richly panelled courtroom, you hear Harrison Ford before you see him, declaiming with deadpan monotony on justice just as he did in PRESUMED INNOCENT. Deja vu? But wait! You notice slight differences. A sleek Armani suit. Dark,
slicked-back hair. Perhaps a tinge of smugness as Harrison ever so adroitly convinces a jury the plaintiff is in the wrong. ...