I'll be rooting for him at Oscar time. Kamu membutuhkan Chrome dan koneksi yang stabil untuk dapat menikmati film film yang disini. Spielberg was interested in the Frank Abagnale character because as a youngster he also came from a broken family and wanted to be someone else. Walken conveys these emotions and makes the audience react just accurately. Nonton Movie Nonton Film Online Bioskop Online Cinema 21 Subtitle Indonesia berkualitas tinggi tanpa logo yang sangat menganggu mata.
A few things stand out and of course the performances are terrific. Dicaprio is a charmer and is very smooth as we watch his character do some fancy talk to the young ladies. Well made, extremely well acted and sharply written. Viewers seem to forget that this is really a film about the breaking up of a family and the aftermath. Spielberg would sneak onto the studios and tell people that he worked there. Another impressive thing about this film is the beautiful cinematography by Janusz Kaminski who's a real artist with a camera and has worked on several Spielberg films.
The ray of sunshine coming in through the kitchen window on Walken. Leonardo Dicaprio is believable as a guy that can convince people that he's someone else. One shot in particular stands out. And Christopher Walken gives one of his best performances in his already interesting career. You can understand why Dicaprio admires and loves his father.
This really is a personal film from Spielberg, and a very good one. Also, the real Frank Abagnale jr. At first I thought I was going to see a lightweight film from a great director but instead I watched another impressive achievement by Steven Spielberg. The last scene of him as he talks to his son in the restaurant is so moving that it reflects on the great talent of Walken. The sign of a great film star. Ayo Nonton Movie Nonton Film Online Bioskop Online Cinema 21 Sub Indo. Catch Me If you can story : A true story about Frank Abagnale Jr.
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