Set during the Civil Rights movement in 1964, the timeless subject matter unfortunately has just as much relevance almost 60 years later.
An unflinching look at deeply wounded humans who are devastated by grief.
Life is a journey, and we all take different paths to realizing our own key to happiness.
Ned Kelly is a divisive historical figure, and this version of his story sheds little light on the reason why.
None of these characters are villains, but their aspirations feel so empty.
This film bored me overall, but its saving grace is Hanks, who was made for a role like this.