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Tom Hanks Movies

Simply one of the greatest actors of all time, Hanks never fails to bring warmth, poignancy, and depth to any character he plays. In fact, we still can't eat a box of chocolates without thinking of him… and life, of course.

Tom Hanks Thrillers

Hanks consistently delivers no matter what genre of film he's performing in. Check out this list of his most thrilling films here, including recent nail-biter 'Captain Phillips' and 'Catch Me If You Can'!

Tom Hanks Comedy

Tom Hanks innate warmth is what makes his comedic efforts so successful. Laugh along with 'The Money Pit', 'Turner and Hooch', and 'Big' as you explore Hanks's complete comedic oeuvre.

'Thick as Thieves': Modern Crime Capers

The perfect list for law-abiding citizens looking to get a cheery, entirely misleading peek into the criminal underworld. Movies in the vein of 'Snatch', 'Ocean's 11', and 'Tower Heist'.

'In and Out': Modern Heist Thrillers

Although you would probably be less thrilled if it were your hard-earned money being taken, nothing spells excitement like a good heist flick. Check out the best modern cinema has to offer, including modern classic 'Ocean's 11', gritty Bostonian addition 'The Town', and British gem 'Sexy Beast'.

'Movies Like A Fish Called Wanda': Heists Gone Wrong

A million and one things can go wrong in a heist...this bunch manage to tick off nearly all of them. Make sure to check out 'Tower Heist' for an all-star cast including Eddie Murphy and Ben Stiller, or 'Bottle Rocket' for an Anderson classic starring the Wilson brothers as two bumbling criminals.

'Movies Like Kiss Kiss Bang Bang': Incompetent Criminal Cock-Ups

The phrase 'crime never pays' has never held more true than for these contemporary would-be criminal masterminds who find themselves well over their stockinged heads. Make sure to check out Jesse Eisenberg alongside Danny McBride in '30 Minutes or Less'!

Masterpieces of Ealing Studios

Located in West London, Ealing Studios has produced some of the greatest films in British cinema history. Focusing on their hayday stretching the 1940s and 50s, we've collected a list of classics, ranging from gritty social realism to charming comedies of manners.

Coen Brothers Movies

From their stunning neo-noir start with 'Blood Simple' in 1984 to their vastly underappreciated dramedic biopic 'Inside Llewyn Davis' in 2013, Joel and Ethan Coen have managed to maintain a recognizable style while never lapsing into sameness. So whether you're looking for some pitch black humor, postmodern flair, or just a bloody good story, check out out the Coens' complete filmography right here and start feeling the brotherly love!

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