Road to Perdition
Crime • R • 2002 • 1 hr 57 min
A hidden gem and more of a unique choice for Hanks, one that he pulls off. It’s a quieter movie but the tone works.
Very well played. Hanks did an amazing job once again
Dark, unexpected Tom Hanks, but solid as well. Visually sits between Dark City & Millers Crossing, but plays as Clyde without Bonnie.
I first thought it lacked the necessary emotion, but then Tom Hanks proved me wrong - No surprise. Great cast. Beautiful cinematography.
Tom Hanks and Paul Newman together here really shine, with Sam Mendes’s direction shining as well
An amazing movie about the role of fatherhood and its responsibilities.
Intriguing plot, great acting performances and beautiful visuals. The only thing lacking for me is the soundtrack, not awful, but not great.
Super patient film that is beautifully shot and well acted. Insanely entertaining movie
An excellent Tom Hanks mob flick. Which in some parts is rather slow.
Solid fictional gangster action though the father-son stuff didn't grab me much. A different role for Hanks.
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