DreamWorks Distribution | Release Date: June 18, 2004
8.5
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Universal acclaim based on 282 Ratings
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RyanM.Sep 6, 2005
This movie tries to charm in the cliched Spielberg way. But except for a few moments, this movie disappoints. Completely absurd and unbelievable, the story becomes more and more ridiculous as the movie progresses. Hanks is also disappointing This movie tries to charm in the cliched Spielberg way. But except for a few moments, this movie disappoints. Completely absurd and unbelievable, the story becomes more and more ridiculous as the movie progresses. Hanks is also disappointing with a stereotypical and uneven performance. This Spielberg fairytale is one of his worst. Expand
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JerryW.Jan 3, 2009
This movie was inane and completely unbelievable. I expect much more from Spielberg and Hanks. A completely lame script has people acting in ways that make no sense. Huge disappointment.
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bunnyc.Sep 2, 2005
Could this be worse? One unbelievable plot point after another. Writing that only an idiot could tolerate.
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Sebe2012Dec 8, 2014
Considering how particular the states in immigration and border control, The film is so unrealistic. In reality , someone like tom hanks character would end up in a detention centre and eventually kicked out of the states.However SpielbergConsidering how particular the states in immigration and border control, The film is so unrealistic. In reality , someone like tom hanks character would end up in a detention centre and eventually kicked out of the states.However Spielberg sugar coats and tones down such story to show how kind the states to the american audience and the world . Tom Hanks's character is coming from an imaginary Eastern European country in turmoil but all he would like to do in New York is to see a jazz concert. Such a thing can only happen in a Spielberg film Expand
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