Tom Hanks he pointed out which of his movies he thinks doesn’t get enough praise.
The actor has been a regular fixture in hollywood since the late 1980s, and has racked up roles in high-profile films such as Big, toy story, Saving Private Ryan Y Catch Me If You Can.
He won two consecutive Oscars in 1994 and 1995 for Forrest Gump Y Philadelphia respectively, and the actor of Cast Away he was nominated for best actor three more times.
His most recent nomination for Best Supporting Actor came in 2020 for his role as Fred Rogers in A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood.
But Hanks believes that the 2002 gangster movie Road to Perdition it’s one of his best, and he said in a new interview that it doesn’t get mentioned enough when people talk about his career.
“For one reason or another, no one mentions Road to Perditionand that was an incredibly important movie for me,” he said on the podcast. ReelBlend.
“Conrad Hall filmed it, and I’m in there, ‘Mr. Whiskers,’ in a hat, but there are also two guys who happened to be two of the biggest movie presences in the history of the industry: Jude Law and Daniel Craig,” he continued, adding: “And I killed them both…”
Road to Perdition, Directed by Sam Mendes, it was an adaptation by screenwriter David Self of Max Allan Collins’ graphic novel. It follows Hanks as mob enforcer Michael Sullivan, whose son witnesses a murder that puts his father on the path to redemption.
Hanks continued, “People always say, ‘What movies are you going to be talking about in a few years?’”
“As a guy who watches a lot of the classic movie channel, the darker and more obscure a movie from the 40s or 50s is, the better, because I don’t have preconceived judgments; I don’t know anything about it.”
“When you see those movies and they’re great and incredibly moving, all I can think is, ‘I’m so glad this movie lasts forever, so I had the chance to see it now.’ That could be the case Road to Perdition”.
Hanks currently stars in A Man Called Ottowhile Mendes’s new film Empire of Light It’s already in theaters.
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Tom Hanks questions why “nobody” talks about one of his most “tremendously important” films