A murder inside the Louvre, and clues in Da Vinci paintings, lead to the discovery of a religious mystery protected by a secret society for two thousand years, which could shake the foundations of Christianity.
During the Cold War, an American lawyer is recruited to defend an arrested Soviet spy in court, and then help the CIA facilitate an exchange of the spy for the Soviet captured American U2 spy plane pilot, Francis Gary Powers.
A man is marooned on an island after his plane crashes into the ocean. Far away from home, his girlfriend, and any human contact, he engages in a battle of wits with himself as he is tested mentally, physically, and emotionally in order to survive.Written by
"Wilson" is the manufacturer of the ball used in the movie. But, other Wilsons have played an important role in Tom Hanks life and career. Hanks' wife is actress Rita Wilson. And Hanks' first television role was "Kip Wilson" in Bosom Buddies (1980). See more »
When Chuck carves HELP in the sand with his foot, you can see the high tide mark of the sea weed is below the letters and the sand is obviously soft indicating it is above the high tide mark. However, in the next scene when the tide has come in and washed half the letters away the high tide sea weed mark is up above the letters. See more »
[picks up her phone]
Kelly it's Stan.
Oh how are you?
Good. I have something to tell you.
A cargo ship was out at sea today and they found someone floating on a raft... It was Chuck! He's alive!
[Kelly drops her phone and faints as her husband Jerry looks up from feeding their daughter Katie]
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As the credits are "in order of appearance," Tom Hanks is listed a significant way down the list of actors/roles, not at the top as one would expect. See more »
I think this is an excellent movie..I've noticed many felt it "too long, boring, etc..." which is to be expected in today's "gimme non-stop action; I haven't been doing anything for 5 minutes, I'm bored" mentality. This was a true man vs nature movie that really made me think about what I take for granted and I found myself wondering how I would react in such a situation. Would I talk to a volleyball? you betcha...anyone who has spent any significant time alone can relate. Bought the DVD and will watch it for years too come.
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