How Dare You?! What Cops Think of 1993's The Fugitive

Movie Review 1 min read

A man - a famous one, a surgeon that’s murdered his wife - on the run. The city of Chicago. Law Enforcement on his heels for 2 hours and 10 minutes - non-stop. 1993’s “The Fugitive” starring Harrison Ford was one of the most popular movies that year and continues to satisfy to this day. But - what is it that makes it work? What doesn’t work? What is it that you’ll find in the movie that doesn’t “fit?” We’ll find out, from a Police Chief, a Crisis Negotiator, a South Chicago-based Cop, and a Retired US Marshal, inside this Perspective Review of 1993’s The Fugitive, starring Harrison Ford, Tommy Lee Jones, and a huge cast that weren’t super famous yet - directed by Andrew Davis. If you're a fan of the movie, or are looking for more details that help clear the picture of what you are actually seeing in a feature film like this - Click here to LISTEN TO THE PODCAST now!

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