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Texas Book Festival 2017: Tom Hanks
in Conversation With Lawrence Wright
When writing, the Oscar winner seeks moments of serendipity

Nov. 6, 2017 Arts Post by Elizabeth Banicki

Tom Hanks Joins 2017 Texas Book Festival
Oscar-winning actor will promote his book Uncommon Type

Sept. 26, 2017 Arts Post by Robert Faires

Extras Sought for Tom Hanks-Produced 'Parkland'
Film shoots locally in January with Billy Bob Thornton & Paul Giamatti

Dec. 5, 2012 Screens Post by Kimberley Jones

That Thing You Do!

Oct. 4, 1996 Movie Review by Hollis Chacona

Larry Crowne
Tom Hanks directs and co-stars in this rom-com with Julia Roberts, though I suspect neither actor will list it high on their résumés.
"...fact, the only saving grace in the whole of Hank's misbegotten movie comes from former U.S.S. Enterprise helmsman George..."

July 1, 2011 Movie Review by Marc Savlov

Cast Away

Dec. 22, 2000 Movie Review by Marjorie Baumgarten

The Great Buck Howard
Appearing as the has-been mentalist Buck Howard, John Malkovich delivers another memorably eccentric performance.

March 20, 2009 Movie Review by Marjorie Baumgarten

Angels & Demons
The chase is on, but there's no Holy Grail to be found in this suspenseless trail of decoded symbols.

May 15, 2009 Movie Review by Kimberley Jones

A Hologram for the King
Tom Hanks stars in this seriocomic take on Dave Eggers’ 2012 novel

April 22, 2016 Movie Review by Marjorie Baumgarten

You've Got Mail
The joke of Nora and Delia Ephron's screenplay is that the one, true love of your life may walk right past you on the sidewalk, and you'll never know it.

Dec. 18, 1998 Movie Review by Steve Davis

Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close

Jan. 20, 2012 Movie Review by Kimberley Jones

The Polar Express
Chris Van Allsburg’s magical tale of the Christmas Eve re-education of a Santa-doubting adolescent gets the motion-capture treatment.

Nov. 12, 2004 Movie Review by Marc Savlov

The Ladykillers
The Coen brothers remake a British comedy classic starring Tom Hanks in a flamboyantly love-him-or-hate-him performance.

March 26, 2004 Movie Review by Marc Savlov

Catch Me If You Can
The film is based on the autobiography by Frank Abagnale Jr., who at the tender age of 17 led the FBI and various other law enforcement agencies on a giddy global romp while he kited, forged, and manufactured checks over a four-year period.

Dec. 27, 2002 Movie Review by Marc Savlov

Road to Perdition

July 12, 2002 Movie Review by Kimberley Jones

Orange County

Jan. 11, 2002 Movie Review by Marrit Ingman

Sully
Eastwood's film tells the story of the "miracle on the Hudson"

Sept. 9, 2016 Movie Review by Marc Savlov

All Things Must Pass
Spirited doc traces the rise and fall of Tower Records

Nov. 6, 2015 Movie Review by Marjorie Baumgarten

The Green Mile

Dec. 10, 1999 Movie Review by Marc Savlov

Forrest Gump

July 15, 1994 Movie Review by Robert Faires

Finch
Tom Hanks and his robot pal face the apocalypse with hope.

Nov. 5, 2021 Movie Review by Richard Whittaker

The Post
Hanks, Spielberg, and Streep unite for the Washington Post's version of the Pentagon Papers

Jan. 12, 2018 Movie Review by Marjorie Baumgarten

The Circle
An absurd cautionary tale on technology

May 5, 2017 Movie Review by Steve Davis

Bridge of Spies
Steven Spielberg and Tom Hanks revisit the Cold War

Oct. 16, 2015 Movie Review by Steve Davis

Saving Mr. Banks
Tom Hanks and Emma Thompson star in this story about how Walt Disney convinced the prickly author of Mary Poppins to sell her creation to Hollywood.

Dec. 20, 2013 Movie Review by Steve Davis

Charlie Wilson's War
Despite a script by Aaron Sorkin, direction by Mike Nichols, and star turns by Tom Hanks, Julia Roberts, and Philip Seymour Hoffman, this good-natured geopolitical romp falls flat.

Dec. 21, 2007 Movie Review by Kimberley Jones

The Terminal
Steven Spielberg enters his Capra period with this optimistic melting-pot tale starring pal Tom Hanks, whose underused comic instincts come to the fore.

June 18, 2004 Movie Review by Marjorie Baumgarten

A League of Their Own
The story of the short-lived women's baseball league gives Marshall and her cast the opportunity to examine oblique roots of modern feminism and have a darn fine time doing it.

July 3, 1992 Movie Review by Kathleen Maher

The Celluloid Closet
This award-winning 1995 movie, based on Vito Russo's 1981 book, delightfully debunk the widely held belief that images of gays and lesbians were absent in Hollywood movies.

April 26, 1996 Movie Review by Marjorie Baumgarten

Inferno
Hanks tours the museums of Europe trying to save the world

Oct. 28, 2016 Movie Review by Kimberley Jones

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