Hadn't seen it since the mid 90s, I decided to watch again today. A pretty loose fit, and while it wasn't corny nor did it have the 90s feel I falsely remembered it having, I still don't think it's anything more than mediocre. The discovery of the 'twist' and the character development is lacking. When Gerard admits he believes Kimble, I wasn't sure he was serious until the final scene when he removes the cuffs. Meh.
Like its Oscar-blessed sibling The Silence of the Lambs, The Fugitive spawned imitators, refashioned a genre and shaped careers for a full decade after. His Oscar is bemoaned by fans of the excellent Fiennes and DiCaprio, but I am increasingly appreciative of TLJ's performance. A less exciting role, but one that uses every gesture, line and look at the expense of exposition to reveal the plight of the man he chases.