Leonardo DiCaprio, Tom Hanks, Christopher Walken, Martin Sheen
Steven Spielberg (Director), Jeff Nathanson (Screenplay)
Release: Dec. 25th, 2002
Runtime: 2 hours, 21 minutes
A true story about Frank Abagnale Jr. who, before his 19th birthday, successfully conned millions of dollars worth of checks as a Pan Am pilot, doctor, and legal prosecutor. An FBI agent makes it his mission to put him behind bars. But Frank not only eludes capture, he revels in the pursuit.
I saw “Catch Me If You Can” last night. Leo’s great in this movie. No doubt, he’s really a talented actor. Anyway … I saw this movie with my boyfriend … and don’t know why … he felt for Leo’s wat...
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I also question the effectiveness of having several scenes throughout the film that detail Hanks' mission to extradite an imprisoned DiCaprio from a French prison; the foregone conclusion and most of the scenes referencing it add very little to the film (not even the fantasy sequence that opens the film and takes place on a made-up game show).
Christopher Walken won a Golden Globe and received an Oscar nomination for his performance as Frank Abignale Sr., Frank's loving and sympathetic father, a salesman whose best days are behind him and even after learning what his son has become, remains completely loyal to him and refuses to betray him or condone his actions.