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 What Tom Hanks movie have you not seen?
Denise
Posted: Oct 12 2008, 08:58 AM


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vienivieni.gif That would be great!


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elizabeth
Posted: Jun 5 2009, 04:35 AM


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How could any self-respecting Tom Hanks fan NOT have seen Road to Perdition? 28lt2zl8.gif

I think it's my FAVORITE film of his. He was sooooooo sexy and dark in that movie. smilie22.gif

Plus the music is awesome!!
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virginie
Posted: Jun 5 2009, 07:50 AM


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QUOTE (elizabeth @ Jun 5 2009, 04:35 AM)
Plus the music is awesome!!

Everything about that movie is awesome !
Music, photography, the way it was shot, the actors, the story, the characters... it's a masterpiece. rolleyes.gif


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elizabeth
Posted: Jun 8 2009, 06:36 AM


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Yes, virginie you nailed it---it is a MASTERPIECE!!

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ausgal
Posted: Jun 15 2009, 05:42 AM


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I have the SNL dvd in region 4 format, so you should be able to find it for your region on ebay. You may have to keep looking for a while though, bu it s worth the wait! I also recently got "Elvis Has Left the Building" even though Tom is only in it for less than 10 seconds & then at the end credits. It is a funny movie. I'm now waiting for "The Great Buck Howard" to be released on dvd & of course, A&D!
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Posted: Jun 24 2009, 05:28 AM


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QUOTE (elizabeth @ Jun 5 2009, 04:35 AM)
How could any self-respecting Tom Hanks fan NOT have seen Road to Perdition? 28lt2zl8.gif

I think it's my FAVORITE film of his. He was sooooooo sexy and dark in that movie. smilie22.gif

Plus the music is awesome!!

Ok, I get it. I must watch Road To Perdition. Lol.




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sheena
Posted: Jun 25 2009, 04:37 PM


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RTP is really good! Tom plays a killer and rarely smile. But I think he can't play a bad man cause his face doesn't right for that kind.
I've seen the promote for 8th times Tom on SNL. It's seem like happen in 2006 or 2007. 7th is 25th SNL.How can I get it? Can you help me?


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elizabeth
Posted: Jun 29 2009, 04:32 AM


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Ok...I admit that there is something about Tom that does make it hard for him to do hardcore criminal, yet in RTP he manages to pull it off for the most part.

Still he was sooooo handsome in the attire of that era (1930s). He had a dark brooding mysteriousness about him.

All in all it was a heck of a performance!
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Posted: Jul 18 2009, 10:28 PM


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I've got a list (lol, I'm awful. But some are rated R, so... not quite able to rent yet.)

I've been wanting to see The Money Pit and The Man with One Red Shoe for a bit (And Bachelor Party, Road to Perdition, and Saving Private Ryan, but I can't get them from a video store. [Although I did catch the very end of Road to Perdition on TV once. And SPR was on last night but I missed because I was out with friends])

And I want to see Forrest Gump again, because I only had the chance to watch it once. And some of his SNL stuff I need to see! I can only find transcripts and it depresses me XP


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Posted: Mar 5 2010, 03:43 PM


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I've still got a few from the 80s to see, A League of Their Own, Saving Private Ryan, The LadyKillers, and Angels and Demons. Trying not to watch them all at once.. don't want to run out..
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QUOTE (sammers @ Mar 5 2010, 03:43 PM)
  Trying not to watch them all at once.. don't want to run out..

laugh.gif You're right. Take your time, enjoy every bit of them.
But you'll see : once you've seen them all, you'll just start all over again. tongue.gif


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elizabeth
Posted: Mar 13 2010, 05:53 AM


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You'll love A&D!! Has more of a kick than DVC. laugh.gif

Still haven't seen Punchline...
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I found by chance Punchline DVD in a department store 3 years ago. At that moment I couldnīt believe my luck because itīs a movie very difficult to find. But itīs worth to see because Tomīs performance is gorgeous. In fact, I remember have reading an interview in which Tom said that he would have prefered an oscar nomination for Punchline instead of Bigīs nomination. The most memorable scene is that one where Tom is dancing with an umbrella while itīs raining a lot, in the middle of the street, after being rejected by the woman with whom he loves.
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Posted: Aug 22 2013, 09:12 AM


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Haven't seen PARKLAND ... naturally since it hasn't been released yet.

JFK was shot but not killed.

His body was not in the casket sent to Bethesda.

JFK will publicly reappear and is final "beast" of Revelation 13.
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