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Ford plays a Washington, D.C. detective; Scott Thomas is a Congresswoman in the midst of a re-election campaign. When their spouses die in a plane crash, the cop is convinced they'd been having an affair, and his obsessive, masochistic quest for the painful truth draws him closer to the Congresswoman despite the mutual risks to their careers and domestic privacy. While she hides behind a façade of denial, his agonized investigation makes him simultaneously unappealing (a risk Ford may have taken as a challenge), sympathetic, and sadly compelling.
Pollack takes his own chances by keeping everything so relentlessly downbeat, but anyone receptive to the story will find that Random Hearts is a subtly rewarding study of tormented adults who've discovered too late the weaknesses of their seemingly stable marriages. It's anything but cheerful, and a subplot involving a corrupt cop (Dennis Haysbert) is a formulaic distraction. But Random Hearts provides welcome relief from dramas that flirt with emotional anguish without delving into its deeper consequences. --Jeff Shannon
I don't understand all the raving reviews calling this movie 'a subtle movie and character study'. Seriously? There was nothing 'subtle' about it. Read morePublished 1 month ago by ScottP38
No ads makes the elapsed time about 30 minutes shorter then watching on cable and if I remember correctly this movie has closed captioning.Published 4 months ago by Frank V. Cassarino Jr.
I liked it, of course how can you go wrong with Harrison FordPublished 7 months ago by ROBERT W. SEELYE