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Join Oscar-winning actor and director Tom Hanks as he discusses his new film "Larry Crowne". Directed by, and starring, Hanks the film tells the story of affable Larry Crowne (Hanks), downsized out of his job at the big-box company he's worked at since his time in the Navy. Underwater on his mortgage and unclear on what to do with his suddenly free days, Larry heads to his local college to start over. There he becomes part of a colorful community of outcasts, also-rans and the overlooked all ...
 
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On today's episode of Talkin' Tom, Josie and Daniel REUNITE (via Zoom) after almost a year away from Tom to watch BRIDGE OF SPIES, the 2015 drama thriller directed by Steven Spielberg.'Hanks for Listening!www.talkintom.comwww.twitter.com/podhankstomcastwww.instagram.com/podhankstomcastwww.twitter.com/josievorenkampwww.twitter.com/thatdanielottLogo …
 
Tom Hanks wasted no time in getting the year (and Phase II of #HANX for the Memories) started off right with News of the World! The film sees Hanks re-unite with Paul Greengrass, which now marks two team-ups where Hanks plays a captain: Captain Phillips and News of the World. In this episode, we talk about "western Hanks," the pacing and structure …
 
At long last, the time has come to (once again) don our tuxedos and roll out the red carpet. Welcome to The Woodies: The Tom Hanks Awards! All podcast long, we've talked about our favorite (and least favorite) parts of Tom Hanks's movies and TV roles, and we announced our official selections for the best and worst of what Tom Hanks's filmography ha…
 
Before we tally up the votes for the Woodies (The Tom Hanks Awards), we've got one more task ahead of us: we've got to rank Tom Hanks's movies! As always, there's a weird alchemy here that doesn't quite make sense, as we combine the movie's "quality" with Hanks's performance, add a dash of how much we like him in the movie, and toss in some other h…
 
Four short years ago, our hearts were captured by a haunted elevator, its peculiar operator, and his two friends. (Note: these relationships may not be canon.) A year later, that elevator operator returned, and his universe... kind of, sort of, maybe (?) grew a little bit. As we wrap up #HANX for the Memories and look ahead to the Woodies (voting s…
 
We may have covered every movie that stars or features Tom Hanks -- along with both seasons of Bosom Buddies, his three episode arc on Family Ties, and more -- but there's a whole lot more work that he's done that we haven't covered. Welcome to the Tom Hanks Clip Show! In this episode, we're working our way through guest starring roles in TV shows,…
 
We've watched and podcasted about all 58 movies (and TV shows, and more!) that Tom Hanks has made so far. Each episode, we've talked about our favorite and least favorite moments, and we've ended each episode by nominating that movie (or show) for awards that showcase the very best (and very worst) that Tom Hanks's filmography has to offer. We've p…
 
We've made it. After traversing the treacherous waters of the Atlantic (i.e. the middle of the #HANX for the Memories run), we've finally re-gained air support (vis-a-vis the truly strong showing from the last handful of Tom Hanks movies). We finish Phase I of #HANX for the Memories with Greyhound, the Hanks-written World War II flick that dropped …
 
Tom Hanks may have sworn off playing any more real people, but he taps that well once more (for the ninth time!) in his turn as Mr. Rogers in A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood. In this episode, we try to wrap our heads around making a Mr. Rogers movie that isn't really about Mr. Rogers, which fits in perfectly with the inherent weirdness found th…
 
We may have already covered Toy Story 4 on #KeanuClub to dive deep into the world of Duke Caboom, but now we're focusing (once again) on the franchise's star: Sheriff Woody. We're joined by two guests who are definitely not trash: Nico Vasilo and Kevo Risse (X is for Podcast, .html) to talk about Woody and Bo Peep, the toys with (and without) Woody…
 
Stop the presses! Well, actually, fire 'em up, because we're covering Tom Hanks as Ben Bradlee in Steven Spielberg's 2017's film The Post. Joining our crack news team are Tobin Addington (The Contenders) and resident Meryl Streep expert Michael Domanico (Not Her Again). We talk about the superbly selected (and supremely stacked) cast, Steven Spielb…
 
Before we reach the end of #HANX for the Memories, we needed to overcome one final obstacle: the one-two punch of Inferno and The Circle. At long last, the time has come for Mike to watch The Circle, a movie he mythologized to the nth degree (for what reason? unclear!), in spite of Joey's best efforts. Could it possibly have lived up to whatever ho…
 
Seven long years after we saw Robert Langdon's second European caper (which was actually based on the first book in the series by Dan Brown), we're headed back "across the pond" in search of our missing Mickey Mouse watch (and our memories!) for the third and final (for now, anyway) Robert Langdon adventure, Inferno (which is actually based on the …
 
Another week, another Tom Hanks portrayal of an American icon. This week, we're making a water landing in the Hudson River as we talk about Sully. After a couple movies off the beaten path -- and before a couple based on pretty massive books -- Hanks is back in his sweet spot as Captain Chesley "Sully" Sullenberger, the captain of US Airways Flight…
 
While it's commonplace today, A Hologram for the King marked a special occasion: it's the first straight-to-VOD movie in Tom Hanks's filmography. To commemorate (?) the occasion (?), we're bringing in Christian Larson, who was our guest on #CageClub: The Nicolas Cage Podcast, when we covered Seeking Justice, Cage's first straight-to-VOD release. Th…
 
Ithaca is the elusive fourth (!) team-up between Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan, flying under the radar for both good and bad reasons. Ithaca also marks the directorial debut for Meg Ryan, who pulls double duty as the mother to a few boys (including her son in real life, Jack Quaid)... as well as widow to Tom Hanks (and therein lies the rub). In this episo…
 
Feeling sad about the nearing end of #HANX for the Memories? Would it help if we told you we were talking about Bridge of Spies? In this episode, we welcome in Tobin Addington (The Contenders) to help secure the exchange of a lifetime as we talk about the fourth time Tom Hanks has acted in a Steven Spielberg movie. Does being exactly as good as you…
 
How many mythic American figures will Tom Hanks play in biopics that aren't really about those men? The answer may surprise you! In a career filled with biopics, the comparisons between Walt Disney (in Saving Mr. Banks) and Mister Rogers (in our upcoming A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood) are many. Today, though, we're focusing on Tom Hanks's por…
 
After coming off the high of Cloud Atlas, we're grounded back to terrifying reality with Tom Hanks's titular portrayal of Captain Phillips. It's yet another installment in the ongoing "Tom Hanks plays a real person" -- and it certainly won't be the last -- but does it hold up as well on second viewing? Can the world-class acting overcome the rising…
 
Last week's episode of #HANX for the Memories was painful, but this week more than makes up for it. We're spanning centuries and transcending all conventions as we dive into the six timelines -- and six Toms Hanks -- of Cloud Atlas. We're going solo bolo (on purpose) this episode so that we can each get maximum airtime talking about the movie that …
 
We're just one week away from Cloud Atlas, which is one of the main reasons we began this entire endeavor. First, though, we're headed back in time to a year after The Worst Day to talk about Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close, misery porn to end all misery porn. We're riding out the proverbial storm solo bolo style, since I guess no one wanted to r…
 
Tom Hanks pulls quadruple duty on #HANX for the Memories, as he's the writer, director, producer, and leading man in Larry Crowne. Joining us to talk about the "explosion of benign, muted joy" of Larry Crowne is Michael Domanico (Not Her Again), a past guest of the TomTom Club and an expert in all things Julia Roberts. In this episode, we talk abou…
 
Within a few years of the release of Toy Story 3, five more Toy Story, uh, stories were released in the form of Toy Story Toons and TV specials. In this episode, we're working our way through three Toy Story Toons (Hawaiian Vacation (2011), Small Fry (2011), and Partysaurus Rex (2012)), as well as two Toy Story TV specials (Toy Story of Terror (201…
 
How many Toy Story movies will wind up atop our list of favorite Tom Hanks movies? That's up for debate today as Cara Gael O'Regan (Wistful Thinking) joins us to talk about Toy Story 3. In this episode, we try to do the impossible task of comparing this to previous installments in the series, which came out 11 (!) and 15 (!!) years before this, whi…
 
Get ready for an adventure! We haven’t clawed our way through history in a few weeks, which means it’s about time to cover Angels & Demons! We’ve once again re-assembled our religious historical fiction team of John Brooks (Hard to Believe) and Jess “Montez” Collins. In this episode, we gain access to the Vatican Archives so that we can talk about …
 
Colin Hanks began his movie career with a cameo role in That Thing You Do!, but The Great Buck Howard is our first full-blown Colin Hanks vehicle on #HANX for the Memories! While Tom may not have a lot to do in this one, The Great Buck Howard is notable for the podcast because he and Colin (real-life father and son, in case you didn't know; thanks,…
 
Are politics fun? Or would anything fueled by cocaine and attractive women fawning over your every move seem fun on screen? That's probably not *the* core question at the heart of Charlie Wilson's War, but it's one of the many we're tackling on today's episode of #HANX for the Memories. In this episode, we're joined by Tobin Addington (The Contende…
 
Tom Hanks is an actor known for playing an incredibly diverse array of roles, but across all of his films, only Sheriff Woody pops up more often than Robert Langdon, the intrepid hero of Dan Brown's books and Ron Howard's movies. Even though The Da Vinci Code was not the first Robert Langdon story, it was the most popular book in the world at one p…
 
There's no better time for a Christmas movie (like The Polar Express) than a Friday in May when we're all stuck in quarantine! Joining us on this nonstop train to the North Pole (a train that's out of season and out of time) is Dan Hayden, who used to be our "Year 2000 Action Movie Expert," but is now our... mid-2000s animated children's movie abou…
 
Is The Terminal the strangest Tom Hanks movie we've covered so far in #HANX for the Memories? It just may be! But is that a bad thing? Since we've completed Hanks's "golden mile," we've bounced from one strange project to the next. To help us make sense of The Terminal, we're joined by returning guest Zack DeZon. In this episode, we talk about find…
 
We're all in agreement on two things about The Ladykillers: Tom Hanks is the best part about this movie, and this movie is the worst Coen Brothers movie. (But that's not a bad thing!) In this episode, we're joined by Bob Fischer (Tub Talk) and Dan Colon to take a deep dive into the first Tom Hanks movie to release since his "Golden Mile" of movies …
 
On this episode of Talkin' Tom, Josie and Daniel reunite via video chat to discuss Saving Mr. Banks. Also, Josie thinks it's 2019 and Daniel is a pioneer now.'Hanks for Listening!www.talkintom.comwww.twitter.com/podhankstomcastwww.instagram.com/podhankstomcastwww.twitter.com/josievorenkampwww.twitter.com/thatdanielottLogo by Jackie Phillips (www.pr…
 
After weeks and weeks of podcasts spanning Tom Hanks's best movies, Catch Me If You Can marks the end of the "golden mile" on #HANX for the Memories. Things may be about to take a downturn, but at least we're going out on a high note! While Catch Me If You Can isn't quite a "Tom Hanks movie" as much as it is a showcase for Leonardo DiCaprio's endle…
 
It's been the better part of a decade since one of our guests, Kyle Reinfried (Foodie Films), told Mike to watch Road to Perdition. At long last, the time has come. Joining Kyle on this episode is Jessica Collins, who's with us as we all go back in time to 1931 and find a new type of role for Mr. Tom Hanks: mob muscle! In this episode, we discuss w…
 
"WILSON!" We've entered a new decade, a new century, and a new millennium in #HANX for the Memories, but Tom Hanks is still out here, acting his little butt off and winning awards for Cast Away. Joining us on this FedEx plane to the middle of nowhere is returning guest Zack DeZon. In this episode, we talk about the film's many set-ups and pay-offs,…
 
It turns out that Tom Hanks has acted in a lot of really, really long movies. Not only does The Green Mile mark one of Hanks's longest movies to date (or maybe ever!), but it's also one of his best. To help us break down the three-hour-plus epic, we welcome in Dan Colon, a big Stephen King fan and self-admitted Green Mile sobber. In this episode, w…
 
Is Toy Story 2 the best Toy Story movie? Is Toy Story 2... the best Tom Hanks movie? It's time to figure out where Tom Hanks's first sequel ranks! Joining us on this episode of Woody's Roundup is John Brooks. We're talking about the leaps in animation from the first movie, all of the new characters, and the perfect series of heists and rescue missi…
 
We've still got miles to go before we sleep on #HANX for the Memories, but we've reached the third and final (for now, anyway!) Tom Hanks/Meg Ryan pairing in You've Got Mail. We're joined by Cara Gael O'Regan of Wistful Thinking and Liam Underwood to head back in time to an era where waiting for your dial-up modem to connect brought with it a sense…
 
What better way to follow-up the poppy joy of the Oneders on That Thing You Do than with the gritty brutality of war in Saving Private Ryan? (Get your neckbrace ready for even more tonal whiplash between episodes, too, as we're heading to You've Got Mail next episode.) To talk about all the tactical maneuvers of Saving Private Ryan, we're bringing …
 
Two years ago, we did a deep dive into the world of That Thing You Do! for our Charlize Theron podcast, Watch The Theron. We learned that there was a director's cut -- especially noteworthy here, as this movie was written and directed by Tom Hanks! -- that added nearly 40 minutes of new footage, specifically around the "before she was mega famous" …
 
You've got a friend in us! This week, on #HANX for the Memories, we're headed all the way back to talk about the first appearance of Sheriff Woody in Toy Story. Joining us to try to frame this movie within the proper contexts (in Hanks's career, in this franchise, and in the history of animation) is Zack DeZon. In this episode, we discuss the heady…
 
This week on #HANX for the Memories, we look to the night sky and hope we don't run into any issues as we cover Apollo 13! Joining us to talk about all things Hanks and outer space is Tobin Addington of The Contenders podcast. In this episode, Joey tries to figure out why he didn't quite connect with this movie, we all heap tons and tons of praise …
 
Life is like a box of... well, you know how the rest of that line goes. The time has come, at long last, for Forrest Gump: the movie that Joey and Mike have been dreading since the launch of #HANX for the Memories. Joining us is Austin Wolf-Sothern of Cinema Stories on YouTube as we discuss whether or not we were right to be wary of this movie, whe…
 
The Golden Mile of #HANX for the Memories continues with Philadelphia, the first of back-to-back movies where Tom Hanks would score an Academy Award win. In this episode, we’re joined by Brian Rodriguez of High School Slumber Party to talk about Hanks’s performance, the performance from Denzel Washington that’s nearly as dynamic, and the importance…
 
Our run through the golden era of Tom Hanks's movies continues with our second Hanks/Meg Ryan (and our first Hanks/Ryan/Nora Ephron) team-up: Sleepless in Seattle! We're joined by Cara Gael O'Regan of Wistful Thinking (who watched this twice in two days!) to talk about this cozy blanket of a movie that none of us had ever seen before. In this episo…
 
There’s no crying in podcasting! The war is on and we’re taking to the field with the rest of the Rockford Peaches to talk about A League of Their Own! To field out the rest of our lineup, we’re joined by Cara Gael O’Regan of Wistful Thinking, as well as Dan Hayden. In this episode, we talk about why grumbly Hanks is angry all the time, celebrate a…
 
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