Catch Me If You Can


Action / Biography / Crime / Drama

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 96%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 89%
IMDb Rating 8.1 10 773170

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Leonardo DiCaprio as Frank Abagnale Jr.
Tom Hanks as Carl Hanratty
Amy Adams as Brenda Strong
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982.32 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
2 hr 21 min
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English 2.0
23.976 fps
2 hr 21 min
P/S 7 / 146

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by rbverhoef 9 / 10

A lot of fun

While watching 'Catch Me If You Can' I had so much fun I smiled constantly. Well, that smile was interrupted by laughs. The movie tells the story of Frank W. Abignale, Jr. who is just a kid as he pretends to be a schoolteacher. After his father and mother get a divorce he runs away and starts pretending to be a co-pilot, a doctor, a lawyer. The way he does this is funny and brilliant.

I am not a big fan of Leonardo DiCaprio who plays Frank but in this movie he is perfect. He gives a very fine performance. Tom Hanks is the FBI-agent Carl who is after him, and as always Hanks is good.

The story is inspired by a real story. I don't know in how many ways it is true but watching this guy all I wanted to see was him pulling more of his nice little tricks. The scene where he pretends to be a schoolteacher is just great. If you want a nice funny movie, not too heavy, this one will definitely please you.

Reviewed by dinkaxd 9 / 10

A wonderful storyline & the cast

Catch me if you can is the best example of how a great film should be made. The famous director, Steven Spielberg worked hard to do this film unpredictable and to create very interesting plot twists. The film centres on a big lie. We can see a 19 years old boy, Frank Abagnale, his father, the other Frank Abagnale and the FBI agent Carl Hanratty. The story centres on the counterfeiting checks by Frank Abagnale Jr. and on the persecution of Frank with the FBI, and especially Carl Hanratty.

The film begins as Frank parents get divorced. From his father, Frank gets his first 25$ in his checking account. He starts to fake checks because his main goal is to get his parents back together and return his father's money. The film reaches a turning point when police starts to chase him. As the story progresses he begins to change the way he fakes money and becomes a doctor to hide from the FBI agent Carl Hanratty. But the police find his number and Carl phones him. Between them there is an interesting conversation and soon after that Frank was caught by the FBI.

For many people this film became one of the favorites and I know why. The plot is amazing and completely unpredictable. The actors are famous and they were selected professionally. Leonardo DiCaprio and Tom Hanks perfectly played their characters. The film definitely succeeded, we can see that because this film has now become a classic. I can't see any bad things about this film. Maybe there were a few special effects, but I think drama and crime films don't need that many special effects.

Whatever you like or dislike crime films, you will enjoy this one because of it's storyline. I would recommend this film to anyone who like strong films where there are many great moments where you feel suspense. And I would recommend this film to girls who like Leonardo DiCaprio (he is so young and beautiful in this film).

Reviewed by cinemajesty 10 / 10

Hopelessly Romantic Masterpiece

Movie Review: "Catch Me If You Can" (2002)

Legendary Hollywood new-deal studio "DreamWorks" distributes solely this contemporary tragic-comedy with screw-balling crime-thriller elements in best Alfred Hitchcock directed "North by Northwest" (1959) manners under high-pitching director Steven Spielberg at the top of his game by letting 27-year-old Leonardo DiCaprio collide with dramatic-stability-bringing supporting actor Tom Hanks in collaboration for the 2nd time after "Saving Private Ryan" (1998), when this masterful-shot 1960s-indulging motion picture delivers high-class, dreamy Hollywood entertainment based on a biopic-dramatized life-story of Frank W. Abagnale Jr.'s book from 1980.

Acting, directing and production values from cinematography by faithful Spielberg collaborator Janusz Kaminski in never-seen before massive in-auditorium crane-in shot, when Leonardo DiCaprio's witnesses a wonder-struck "007: Goldfinger" screening at a movie house in1964; and an instant-classic score by composer John Williams open with out-of-the-ordinary pre-picture-story opening sequence with 2D animations, on tips of further homage-sharing legendary graphic designer Saul Bass-inspirations by Agnés Fauve in pain-staking detail and timing to set the relentless executive tone of motion picture fireworks with Steven Spielberg's interpretations of Frank Abagnale's life on-the-run by coming through life with local to federal felonies, forged checks and constantly-improvised live-action, on-the-spot acting-stunts to impose as co-pilot in an cockpit's airplanye, a decorated doctor fouling medical colleagues and a licensed lawyer speeches in front of a judge to engage in sweet-romantic scenes featuring adventure-loving females, actresses cameos by Elizabeth Banks and Ellen Pompeo, known for her leading role in tv series "Grey's Anatomy" (2005-2018) plus mesmerizing portrayals by blue-chip call-girl-playing Jennifer Garner and 21-year-old newcoming actress Amy Adams as timid nurse trainee to schoolgirl daughter of a rich man alike down-to-her-beats to faithful-American-Dad-playing Martin Sheen and last but not least the Academy-Award-nominated role by Christopher Walken as Frank's father, who gives "Catch Me If You Can" the flavor of a remarkably-morale as positive picture to non-stop entertainment factors for the whole family.

This stand-out, purist entertainment movie marks together with science-fiction-thriller "Minority Report" starring Tom Cruise, released in the same year of 2002 the very best pictures, which had been produced under Steven Spielberg's too-short-lived vision, alongside with enterprising partners Jeff Katzenberg and David Geffen in their Major Hollywood studio-contender DreamWorks Pictures LLC, which in 2005 had to gain collaboration gears with the Big Five of Hollywood to prevail a continuous motion-picture quality label accompanied with Spielberg's home-base production company Amblin Entertainment, Inc starting with "E.T. The Extra-terrestrial" in season 1981/1982.

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