Tagged: Tom Hanks

Movie Review: ‘Bridge of Spies’

With Tom Hanks and Steven Spielberg on top of their game, Bridge of Spies is one the year's best films.

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Oscars Outrage: The Biggest Snubs of the 2014 Academy Awards

While the Academy Awards are the place to celebrate the biggest talent in the film industry, sometimes they overlook the best of the best. Who did they leave out this year?

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Review: ‘Saving Mr. Banks’

Saving Mr. Banks is a true crowd-pleaser that deserves an Oscar nomination and brings to life the magic of Disney, says Phil Wallace.

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Long Live the Romantic Comedy

Hollywood has dumped romantic comedies. Can this relationship be saved?

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Saturday Night Live’s Best Hosts

Memorable comedic performances from stars who are responsible for great moments in SNL's history.

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Comedy Actors Who Went Serious

Many actors known for light-hearted fare have had a go at darker stuff in an effort to be taken seriously. Here are ten of them.

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Review: ‘Cloud Atlas’ is Both a Dizzying Success and Terrible Failure

Andrew Payne reviews Cloud Atlas, a film that, while entertaining, ultimately doesn't deliver on its intended goals.

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Favorite Disabled Characters In Film

In anticipation of The Sessions, Scott Youngbauer takes a look at some of the most iconic disabled characters in film.

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Jonah Hill: Why So Serious?

Many comedic actors have tried to transition into serious roles to laughably poor results. Ed Haley wonders if Jonah Hill is primed to attempt that same feat and if he’ll follow in the successful footsteps of Tom Hanks and Jim Carrey.

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Review: ‘Extremely Loud’ is Incredibly Dramatic

Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close is another Oscar baiter that blatantly and sometimes shamelessly taps at the tear ducts, says Kit Bowen. But it also contains a few stellar performances.

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Review: ‘Larry Crowne’ Gets a Degree in Implausibility

Despite the presence of two of Hollywood's most celebrated actors, Larry Crowne suffers from an utter lack of realism and it fails to offer any dramatic tension, says Lily Kosner. Tom Hanks fails as a director and writer of the film.

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Movie Statues for Cities

With a Rocky Statue in Philadelphia and a Robocop statue being proposed in Detroit, what city movie statues could be next? Steve Neumann looks at ten potential movie statues in different cities across America.

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