Captain Phillips | Den of Geek Review

...As such, the filmmaker who exorcised imaginary demons in the Bourne films and the truly haunting specters of 9/11 with United 93 has returned to his subject of choice with another true story that is likely to inspire as much as it terrifies. Perhaps though, the preeminent aspect for this adaptation of Captain Richard Phillips’ memoir, A Captain's Duty: Somali Pirates, Navy SEALs, and Dangerous Days at Sea, remains its casting of America’s moral big screen compass, Mr. Tom Hanks; for all the derring-do and white-knuckled thrills to be found inherent in this picture, none will succeed this astonishingly raw performance from the versatile movie star, who delivers one of the best turns in his career.

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