Thursday, June 22 & Wednesday, June 28 | Harrison Ford delivers an arguably career-best performance as Allie Fox, an idealist inventor disillusioned by consumerism who uproots his family, including his wife (Helen Mirren) and eldest son Charlie (River Phoenix), to the jungle of Central America to create a new utopia far removed from his perceived deterioration of America. Allie’s hubris proves to be catastrophic for the Fox family and the Indigenous people they have attempted to control in Weir’s unapologetic comment on the arrogance of man.  

Awards & Nominations

Nominee - Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture - Drama (Harrison Ford), Golden Globes

Daddy IssuesPaternal relationships—from the challenging to the cherished—have been consistent fodder for the big screen. In the ten films of our Daddy Issues series—timed perfectly for you to celebrate (or denounce) Father’s Day—we take a closer look at the foundational father figure in film. From the heroic to the delinquent, from the absent to the affable, the fathers of Daddy Issues have raised us, onscreen and off. View full series.