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Captain Phillips
Crime, Drama, Thriller, Action, Adventure, Biography
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Paul Greengrass
Tom Hanks as Captain Richard Phillips
Faysal Ahmed as Najee
Mahat M. Ali as Elmi
Mohamed Ali as Asad
Barkhad Abdi as Muse
Michael Chernus as Shane Murphy
David Warshofsky as Mike Perry
Yul Vazquez as Captain Frank Castellano
Chris Mulkey as John Cronan
Corey Johnson as Ken Quinn
Catherine Keener as Andrea Phillips
Max Martini as SEAL Commander
Storyline: Captain Phillips is a multi-layered examination of the 2009 hijacking of the U.S. container ship Maersk Alabama by a crew of Somali pirates. It is - through director Paul Greengrass's distinctive lens - simultaneously a pulse-pounding thriller, and a complex portrait of the myriad effects of globalization. The film focuses on the relationship between the Alabama's commanding officer, Captain Richard Phillips (two time Academy Awardยฎ-winner Tom Hanks), and the Somali pirate captain, Muse (Barkhad Abdi), who takes him hostage. Phillips and Muse are set on an unstoppable collision course when Muse and his crew target Phillips' unarmed ship; in the ensuing standoff, 145 miles off the Somali coast, both men will find themselves at the mercy of forces beyond their control.
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One of the most intense films I've seen in a while.
It's got to be difficult to take a true story and make it into an intense thriller. Before watching this film I looked up the story of the actual Richard Phillips and therefore knew that he made it out okay. Yet somehow at the near end of this movie I was biting my nails at how intense this was. Captain Richard Phillips (Tom Hanks) is the captain of the cargo ship Maersk Alabama. When traveling around Somalia his ship is taken over by Somali pirates. But when the cargo crew manage to subdue a weapon from Abduwali Muse (Barkhad Abdi) the leader Muse escapes with the rest of the pirates in a lifeboat and holds Captain Phillips hostage. The rest of the movie is the US Navy negotiating with Muse about Captain Phillips's return home. This part is incredibly intense. It was still intense after I read about the real story too so Paul Greengrass did a good job. Hanks's performance was stellar as always so if you like intense films don't miss this.
A real Nail-biting, edge of your seat, suspense thriller. This one will really get your heart pumping fast and your hands on your head while you hysterically let out those "No, no, no! Look out!" And oh no's.

At least for the first hour it is. By the time it reaches the 60min mark, you realize that as the title implies, the film is actually about the captain. Which is quite sad considering that he's not a very interesting man. The film becomes very slow and drab from this point on. Then the navy starts playing a big role after an hour and 20min. But this is not a Michael Bay film so its still uninteresting.

And then the pirate captain states: "I've khom too far, Irish. I khan' give up now!" Feeling sad and sorry for him, he suddenly becomes a more interesting character. You start hoping to learn more about him and his back story. Forget it! You know how you felt during the final 45min of the last Lord of the Rings movie? "Please let it end, please!" That's Captain Phillips.

As much as I highly recommend the first one hour, you can do without watching it at all and still live.
A great performance by Tom Hanks
This movie is very exciting, almost from the beginning to the end. Tom Hanks and Barkhad Abdi deliver a truthful performance.

The movie is about Richard Phillips (Tom Hanks) who is a captain on a big Maersk container ship. Everything goes as planed until a unidentified boat with Somalians. The Somalians soon hijack the ship and get in control with it. As the crew tries to stop them, the Somalians take Richard Phillip as a prisoner on a life-boat from the Maersk ship. The Somalians think that they are in control but soon the US force shoots the Somalians and free Richard Philips.

A great movie with a lot of thrilling and excitement. A great performance. Defiantly a must watch movie if you want a good and touchy movie. 8 out of 10.
8+2=10:-) 8 for movie,2 for Tom Hanks acting.
This is my first review for a movie.I wrote for it because the movie was stunning and awesome.At starting i thought that it is like a simple movie and only tom hanks acting will take it to the end but soon it made me wrong.And i thought that don't judge a movie by its starting:-) Excellent movie,Suspense,Thriller. Keeps you on the EDGE OF YOUR SEAT. Acting was superb.By all actors.The acting from Tom Hanks was emotional and legendary.Story was good.Also contained small twists.for newbie actors,watch it and learn about acting. Loved it much.one of my favorite film. Recommended to everyone.WATCH IT AND LOVE IT........... sorry for language mistakes:-)
A face is given to the seldom news figures of Somali pirates, and the film leaves you wondering who is the real victim.
This is another one of those films I skipped while it was in theaters since, honestly, I wasn't really looking for a film which would have had a one dimensional African, specifically Somalian, villain the same way the Russians and Chinese have been villains in action movies for decades. But, with Tom Hanks in the film and there being praise for co- star Barkhad Abdi, I gave into temptation. And honestly, while Hanks may have been the main draw, I left a bigger fan of Abdi's.

Characters & Story

The focus of the movie is Richard Phillips (played by Tom Hanks) who is an America ship captain, who is working around the horn of Africa, and meets a young Abduwali Muse (played by Barkhad Abdi) who meet in less than cordial circumstances due to Muse being a pirate trying to take over Phillips' ship. However, despite him coming off as a bad guy, Muse seemingly is a victim of circumstance. Where he lives there isn't any such thing as social mobility and the effects of globalization has taken a toll on any type of life he could have. Fishing can't really be done for the larger, and financially more powerful, nations have basically wiped that option, and being that his area is dominated, and controlled, by an unseen organization that harasses Muse's village, the only option is to be a pirate to make money and keep his people fed and safe.

But, when these two meet, though Muse tries to be as nice as possible. He even giving Phillips the nickname "Irish." However, being that Phillips knows procedure and considers himself, and his crew, smarter than Muse and his crew, you see Phillips try to play a game with them in which, quite a few times, his ego leads to him getting assaulted, among other things. But, despite Phillips actions, Muse tries his best to keep him alive so he can get the ransom money and go home, but with Phillips complicating matters, Muse ends up damn near in a life or death situation quite a few times.


As you may note by the story summary, and intro, I liked Abdi's depiction of the character Muse, and the reason for that is that when you watch the trailer for the film, you foresee some sad depiction of Somali pirates which you think are going to be as shallow as other foreign nation villains going against an American. But, being that this is based on a true story, of which seemingly Phillips wasn't the only one kept in mind, Muse is allowed to be a human who may seem greedy, a pirate, and etc., but as you get to know him enough to understand that he sees his options as limited and he, to Phillips' face, reminds you that his country isn't America. You are reminded there is no, pull yourself up by the bootstraps or any of those things Americans, if not the western world as a whole, take for granted. For people like him, you either fight until someone dies or do as you are told. Making it so, despite Phillips technically being the victim, I found Muse to more so be the one who I felt bad for. Even without him not necessarily shedding any tears.


When it comes to criticism, like most films based on true stories, there is an issue with time length. Part of the reason I had an issue with the time is because after a while you can assesses Muse and his friends and you can see, while desperate, they aren't really trying to do more than get their money and go. Thus bringing the amount of threat to Phillips, as well as his crew, to a nil and making it where all there are, for the most part, are bullets shot in the air. Then, to add onto that, Hanks just doesn't command your attention in the film despite being the protagonist, and makes it so you just stop caring about him and his character.

Overall: TV Viewing

Quite honestly, though I like Abdi's performance in the film, and hope more comes his way in terms of roles, the movie as a whole was boring. Once you realize that the pirates are amateurs, Phillips has more control over the situation than them, and then they aren't willing to fully assert themselves, the film seems like a Looney Tunes film with Hanks playing a smarter version of Elmer Fudd and everyone else being Daffy Duck. Thus making this a TV viewing type film.
It was just too real.
While going to watch a movie, I didn't have any clue what was it about. But having Tom Hanks in a main part was already a big expectation. Believe it or not, but I found the movie (even difficult to call it just a movie)one of the best for a very long period of time. The action, the people, the characters, the story itself made me cry, tremble, co-live it! It was just a play of 7 people in general and they got me till the bones. I forgot I was in a theater. I was there, with them, frightened and nervous, willing to survive. Amazing picture. People around the world should watch it not only for pleasure but for awareness. Well done.
Thrilling and Gripping
Paul Greengrass (The Bourne Supremacy fame) has directed two films on important historic events, "Bloody Sunday" and "United 93." "Captain Phillips" is also based on a real story (a kind of story which you would likely read in Reader's Digest under drama in real life section) where an American cargo ship is hijacked by Somali pirates and the captain is held hostage.

The film on a whole captures the action sequences familiar from regular Hollywood movies and is overlong, which somewhat loses the impact of the film. Besides, the film somewhat lacks the novelty of 'United 93" in filming the events or narrating the story and isn't very different from the regular movies. Despite the over length and the familiar premises of action, the film is thrilling, gripping, and exhausting. Tom Hanks as usual makes a remarkable performance through his wit trying to deal with the pirates and save his crew. In the climax, he just excels and makes you numb. I'm a little shaky about the film's or director's chances of getting an Oscar as story wise, the film is doesn't go beyond normal; but Tom Hanks surely is a deserving nominee for best actor this year. Had the film been trimmed a bit, the film would have been a very tight thriller of the year. On a whole, I liked the film and I'm sure you would find it entertaining.

Rating: 2.5 stars out of 4
Don't believe the hype
Why critics are so gaga over this movie, I have no idea. But once again, it is my job to be the voice of reason. There is no doubt the true story of the real Captain Phillips is quite compelling, but due to a misguided directorial effort from Paul Greengrass (The Bourne Supremacy, The Bourne Ultimatum) "Captain Phillips" the movie simply comes off as a bit hollow and shockingly boring.

Based on the true story of Captain Richard Phillips (played by Tom Hanks) who in 2009 was the Captain of an American cargo ship, which was hijacked by Somali pirates, I realize it makes me sound crazy or heartless that I was somewhat bored with a movie containing a premise which can only be described as: surefire Oscar bait, but… I'll get right to the point. The biggest problem with "Captain Phillips" is that not for one second did I believe Captain Phillips was in any danger of dying…and the man had multiple guns pointed to his head throughout! And before you say it, this criticism had nothing to do with the fact that I already knew the real life ending, because I knew the "real life" ending of "Argo" as well, but due to some excellent direction (thank you Ben Affleck) I questioned the survival of those characters until the very end. This goes back to the suspect direction that takes this "can't miss" premise about a hostage situation and injects very little suspense or peril.

The only thing saving this venture is the interactions between Captain Phillips and Muse (played by amateur actor, Barkhad Abdi) the Somali pirate leader. During these interactions the plight of the pirates does become more layered, therefore extending the premise of this film beyond the trailer. But other than that, Greengrass gives us little more than what's shown in the trailers. In fact, what he adds (a few million dollar tracking shots and a plethora of the Greengrass hand-held shots) only detracts from the film, as these camera movements become far too distracting when characters are simply standing still and attempting to have a conversation. I mean, while this could be considered to be somewhat of an "action film", for much of "Captain Phillips" it seemed as if Greengrass thought he was directing the next installment in the Bourne series, instead of a maritime drama, which (judging by the script) was meant to focus on personal interactions rather than hand to hand combat.

This next paragraph may contain a spoiler: The Acting: Everybody on screen gives fine performances. But, the thing I would like to touch on is Tom Hanks' performance in the final few minutes of this movie. In the final few minutes, due to the situation Captain Phillips is placed in, Hanks must act as though he is under great emotional duress. I never associated the term "overacting" with the great Tom Hanks, but the performance he puts forth in the final ten minutes, will surely garner scattered snickers from audiences.

Final Thought: "Captain Phillips" is a clear example of one of those films where meaningful things are happening on screen and (as an audience member) you understand that you should be feeling something, but, due to the director's inability to form an emotional connection with his audience, feel nothing but disconnection from the action. If you want to see a good movie about Somali piracy, check out "Asad", the Oscar nominated short from a year ago. But unless you're talking about a DVD rental, don't waste eleven dollars on "Captain Phillips".

Written by Markus Robinson, Edited by Nicole I. Ashland
A fantastic film that further emphasises Tom Hanks as one of the greatest of all time
The fact that this film is based on true events that occurred not too long ago just adds to the fantastic achievement that has been accomplished with this film. This film documents the day Captain Phillips had his cargo ship boarded by four somalian pirates and how his situation turned into a hostage situation. Now I cannot believe for one moment that Tom Hanks didn't get nominated for an Oscar for his performance as this is the Tom Hanks show and he carries this film on his back and his phenomenal performance is the best thing about this movie. The Somalian pirates are the only real supporting characters that we are given and they are pretty good especially being new to the acting scene I was impressed. The story is another great positive as it feels so realistic and real even though the story could have felt boring and dull it really doesn't and you put yourself with Captain Phillips and you really feel for his situation. The script is also great and the way the pirates and Hanks deliver their lines adds to this whole experience of entrapment that this character is going through. The style of the film is similar to the story as it is really realistic and gritty and with the use of sound and performance it really truly builds the tension and sets the suspense up for this thriller of a film. This film is fantastic and has hardly any flaws with only a few more detailed supporting characters possibly helping it but overall this is a fantastic realistic film.
Fantastic movie - Great acting!
This movie is one of the best movies I've seen across all genres.

The acting is fantastic (especially one of Tom Hank's very poignant final scenes) and the movie itself was captivating, exciting and based on a true story. It was great that the director was able to portray the pirates ("bad guys") in a way that made you hate them, feel sorry for them and hope for their survival all at the same time.

The story is portrayed really realistically and you're able to stay captivated throughout.

Definitely would recommend, I'd watch it again in a heartbeat.

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