Catch Me If You Can

Catch Me If You Can

A true story about Frank Abagnale Jr. who, before his 19th birthday, successfully conned millions of dollars worth of checks as a Pan Am pilot, doctor, and legal prosecutor. An FBI agent makes it his mission to put him behind bars. But Frank not only eludes capture, he revels in the pursuit.

A true story about Frank Abagnale Jr., who, before his 19th birthday, successfully conned millions of dollars' worth of checks as a Pan Am pilot, doctor, and legal prosecutor. An FBI agent hunts down a young con artist who successfully impersonated an airline pilot, doctor, and assistant attorney general, cashing more than $2.5 million in fraudulent checks in 26 countries. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Catch Me If You Can torrent reviews

Vysakh S (br) wrote: An insightful documentary about the rise of Manchester United FC in the 90s with the focus on 6 young lads from the youth system. And a touching, emotional ride for all the fans of the club.

Jenn T (ag) wrote: Acting was just too bad for me to continue. Only watched about ten/fifteen minutes of it.

Edgar C (gb) wrote: One of the most valuable and relevant life lessons that my University has taught me is the purpose of education itself. Education is a dialogue between equals, in which the professor is obligated to lower himself to the intellectual level of his students, "lower" not in the sense of superiority, but of capacity and experience. This dialogue consists in sharing the pieces of truth that every single individual, students and teachers alike, have gathered in their lives. "You give me your truth. I give you my truth. Together, let's construct a more complete truth". I reiterate, such is the purpose of education.Entre les Murs succeeds in every single aspect that The Freedom Writers (2007) sucked at: realism, seriousness, accuracy of the classroom conflicts and an even higher accuracy in portraying the students' behavior (it was shockingly realistic and with high attention to detail), the entire educational debate issue seen from the perspective of the students, the parents and the internal disciplinary committees. Multicultural diversity with unknown personal backgrounds of the students is an increasing challenge in today's education and it cannot be solved magically, like Hollywood solved it, of course, with Mrs. "Pretty-Actress-With-Inspirational-Smile-And-Clichd-Dialogues" Hilary Swank in the lead role. Here, we have the true testimony of a person that realizes the weight of his social role as an educator (and, therefore, as a transmitter of values) and attempts to create awareness of such relevant worldwide issue through a novel and now a film.Notice that education is a responsibility. Teaching is the most noble profession of them all, in my honest opinion; unfortunately, it is the worst paid. Nevertheless, it requires the active participation and the INTEREST of the parents and a consensus of the scholar committees. In this film, the committee had pretty dumb people that had no idea what they were talking about, apart from the fact that Franois crossed the line insulting his female students, which is not justifiable under any circumstance.I just have one complaint. Fictionalizing that Esmeralda had read Plato's Republic was idiotic, and her explanation was atrocious. I deeply recommend to read The Republic and deeply criticize it. Do not buy the argument given here.82/100

Jackson W (it) wrote: There is obviously a lot wrong with this film. The animation looks like a pencil test, the story is non sensical and formulaic, and it didn't have the same feel of the first two. There were parts where the dialogue from the great voice cast was redeemable, but that's about it.

Rangan R (br) wrote: The two shades of white!I've heard this film a long ago, but I never interested to watch it. We can't avoid them, because when we look for a particular type of film for the occasion, they will pop-up and that is how I watched this now. I know it is a silly comedy, because in a real world this thing never happen. So knowing this is only for cinema, I prepared to enjoy whatever it offers. But I must say, even though my rating is not big, I kind of enjoyed it.Nobody watches this without knowing its synopsis. So you will already know the fifty per cent of the story when you do. The rest is how it is developed; including how good the jokes are that comes with our watch. So much clich, but entertaining with some good scenes and lines. The actors were excellent. The make-ups were not flawless, but worked okay, especially for a comedy. Because if there is an error, it will going to appeals from the comedic side.So the overall film was better than what I presumed all these years. Glad I saw it, it's nothing like those silly comedies I've seen. I've seen many imposter themes, but this is refreshing. All the above, this is a one off film, that's the best thing about it. You know, sequels are what degrades the original film in most of the scenarios. Thanks for that, there's no follow-up for this with a B movie cast and crew. This is a very much watchable film, not comedy riot, but fairly does its job.6/10

Kimberley B (fr) wrote: A great film with stunning cinematography, its in Italy my favorite place. It has a beautiful touching story.

Lauren B (de) wrote: I didn't mind this, but, of course I was 12 the last time I saw it.

Drew D (ru) wrote: now this sounds nuts

Luigi R (fr) wrote: Saw this cinematic fart in a theater, it was really bad, but for some reason I couldn't forget it.

Lisa S (ru) wrote: The worst sci-fi movie of the 80s.

Dulce C (de) wrote: It's Larry, for God's sake!

familiar s (it) wrote: Could have been better. A brisker pace & a well thought/executed ending would have been of great help.

Kostas K (jp) wrote: a good surprise...slj was, as always, great