Tag: Steven Spielberg

REVIEW: Bridge of Spies (2015)

New York, 1957. Rudolph Abel (Mark Rylance) is arrested and charged with being a Soviet agent. To ensure he receives a fair trial, career attorney James B. Donovan (Tom Hanks) is persuaded to represent Abel in court. When an American reconnaissance pilot is later shot down over Soviet territory, Donovan is tasked with travelling to ...

REVIEW: The Post (2017)

A military analyst, disgusted by a government cover-up of the Vietnam War, deliberately leaks classified reports to the New York Times. Beaten to the story, Washington Post editor Ben Bradlee (Tom Hanks) is forced to wait and watch - until an unexpected opportunity falls into his hands. Meanwhile his boss, company owner Katharine Graham (Meryl ...

REVIEW: Hook (1991)

American businessman Peter Banning (Robin Williams) travels to London to help honour "Grannie" Wendy (Maggie Smith), whose orphanage housed him as a child. Once there, however, his children are kidnapped by Captain Hook (Dustin Hoffman) and taken to the Neverland of J.M. Barrie's Peter Pan. Peter learns the truth: that he is the real Peter Pan, all ...

REVIEW: The BFG (2016)

An orphaned girl named Sophie (Ruby Barnhill) is kidnapped by a mysterious giant (Mark Rylance) and transported to 'giant country', where he plans to keep her captive to prevent the human world from learning of his existence. When Sophie sees the giant getting bullied by his larger and more destructive neighbours, she tries to help ...