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A Hologram for the King: Review

Tom Hanks has to be one of the most likable actors working today. Like James Stewart before him, he has that rare combination of Hollywood charisma and an ‘everyman’ relatability which often leads to him being the best thing about any film that he’s in. 373 more words

Today's Birthdays: May 23, 2016

Happy Birthday Today: Karen Duffy, Rosemary Clooney, Heather Wahlquist, John Ortiz, Drew Carey, Tom Tykwer, Scatman Crothers, Joan Collins, Lea DeLaria, Melissa McBride, Ryan Coogler, H. Jon Benjamin

Happy Birthday: Tom Tykwer

Happy Birthday diretor Tom Tykwer

Born: May 23, 1965 in Wuppertal, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany

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REVIEW: A Hologram for the King

When the eventual biographers take stock of Tom Hanks’ career, something tells me that “A Hologram for the King” will inevitably get lumped in a grouping with 2011’s “Larry Crowne.” Both films, in spite of all else they offer, serve primarily as vehicles to continue Hanks’ romantic leading man status well into the back half of his fifties. 242 more words

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"A Hologram for the King"



I didn’t know “A Hologram for the King” was based on a book until the end credits rolled. Looking back on my viewing experience, that explains a lot. 810 more words

2016 Film Reviews

"A Hologram For The King"

I disliked this movie, for the same reason I have disliked the award-winning Dave Eggers’ stories. There is not enough universal truth anywhere near them, and they are self-indulgently boring, whining and ego-centric. 392 more words