Tag Archives: James Rebhorn

‘He Knows You’re Alone’ (1980): Tom Hanks Is Scared Retro Review

Tom Hanks is one of the most versatile and well known actors in American cinematic history. Rarely ever has he been in a movie that hasn’t been good. To paraphrase Eminem, his biggest misses are most actors’ greatest hits. For 40 years now, he has been in some of the …

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Revisting My Favorite Sociopath: 20th Anniversary Retro Review of ‘The Talented Mr. Ripley’ (1999)

“It’s better to be a fake somebody, than a real nobody!” — Tom Ripley Of all the sociopaths I’ve seen on film, my favorite one has always been Tom Ripley. On Christmas Day 2019, we celebrate the 20th anniversary of Anthony Minghella’s The Talented Mr. Ripley, adapted from Patricia Highsmith’s …

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