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Thirty years after the first TV episode in 1993 a movie version of The Fugitive starring Harrison Ford and Tommy Lee Jones made a new run for it an amazing one too Harrison Fords character was convicted erroneously for the brutal murder of his wife the Chicago surgeon escaped execution because of a prison bus-commuter train collision and fought to clear his name and avenge his wife while at the same time evading Tommy Lee Joness manhunt Certainly The Fugitive can be classified as an action-movie The awesome train wreck in the beginning of the movie was evidence enough Harrison Ford undergoes a demanding escape route that required scrambling through a complex series of sewer tunnels jumping from a towering dam fighting for a gun on Chicagos L train ducking the US Marshalls during a St Patricks Day parade and of course fighting for his life on rooftops Meanwhile Tommy Lee Jones Deputy US Marshall Sam Gerard keeps up with Harrison Ford at every turn You also cant forget the mystery manmurderer with a prosthetic arm also is after Harrison Ford later in the movie Being a Hollywood film the plot is beefed up a bit Not only does that one-armed guy lead to bigger more scandalous things Harrison Ford is being prevented from saving the sick of this world Even while escaping the law he pulls a prison guard out of the early bus wreck Puncture in the upper gastric area he informs the medics -- while in disguise Later disguised as a hospital orderly he corrects a doctors misdiagnosis of an injured child and sends the kid into the operating room just in time This movie keeps you on the edge of your seat with its momentum and thrills The Fugitive is pure energy An example of what an Action-Thriller should be
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