Regarding Henry

Movie review by Andrea Beach, Common Sense Media
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Common Sense says

age 14+

Slow, thoughtful '90s drama won't appeal to teens.

PG-13 1991 108 minutes

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age 12+

Life Lesson

Sometimes it takes the drastic situations in life for us to appreciate who we have in life. Who, is in our lives, is MUCH more important than WHAT we have. Possessions are only things. People cannot be replaced. People can change!! Sometimes THAT'S why the drastic things happen. It was/is a GREAT movie, with a valuable life lesson!!

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