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Catch Me If You Can (2002)


Genre
:
Drama | Crime
Rating
:
7.8 / 10
Release Date
:
25 December 2002
Resolution
:
1920x1080
Duration
:
2 : 21 minutes
Spoken Language
:
English, Français
Status
:
Released
Overview
:
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.

Cast Overview :

Frank Abagnale Jr.
by: Leonardo DiCaprio
Carl Hanratty
by: Tom Hanks
Frank Abagnale
by: Christopher Walken
Roger Strong
by: Martin Sheen
Paula Abagnale
by: Nathalie Baye
Brenda Strong
by: Amy Adams
Jack Barnes
by: James Brolin
Earl Amdursky
by: Brian Howe
Tom Fox
by: Frank John Hughes
Paul Morgan
by: Steve Eastin
Special Agent Witkins
by: Chris Ellis
Assistant Director Marsh
by: John Finn
Cheryl Ann
by: Jennifer Garner
Carol Strong
by: Nancy Lenehan
Marci
by: Ellen Pompeo
Lucy
by: Elizabeth Banks
Warden Garren
by: Guy Thauvette
Darcy
by: Candice Azzara
Loan Officer
by: Matthew Kimbrough
Football Player
by: Joshua Boyd
Joanna
by: Kaitlin Doubleday
Girl #1
by: Kelly McNair
Student #1 (as Jonathan Danker)
by: Jonathan Dankner
Teacher
by: Maggie Mellin
Principal Evans
by: Thomas Kopache
Ms. Davenport
by: Margaret Travolta
Bartender
by: Jimmie F. Skaggs
Mr. Kesner
by: Alex Hyde-White
Mrs. Lavalier
by: Lilyan Chauvin
Ticket Clerk
by: Eugene Fleming
Hotel Manager
by: Robert Ruth
Ashley
by: Jennifer Manley
Pilot
by: James Morrison
Mr. Rosen
by: Robert Symonds
Female Bank Teller
by: Jennifer Kan
Front Desk Clerk
by: Robert Curtis Brown
Young Female Teller
by: Kelly Hutchinson
Manager
by: Steve Witting
Receptionist
by: Wendy Worthington
TWA Ticket Agent
by: Jane Bodle
Auctioneer
by: J. Patrick McCormack
Motel Owner
by: Brian Goodman
Salesman
by: Ray Proscia
Riverbend Woman
by: Sarah Lancaster
Riverbend Woman
by: Jill Matson
Terry
by: Mike Baldridge
Party Guy
by: Joel Ewing
Young Doctor
by: Ritchie Montgomery
Victor Griffith
by: Jim Antonio
Party Girl
by: Angela Sorensen
Dr. Ashland
by: Jonathan Brent
Emergency Nurse
by: Benita Krista Nall
Doctor Harris
by: Shane Edelman
Young Patient
by: Andrew Meeks
FBI Agent
by: Morgan Rusler
Bar Examiner
by: Jane Edith Wilson
Judge
by: Dave Hager
Kid
by: Kyle Davis
Mr. Hendricks (as Patrick T. O'Brien)
by: Patrick Thomas O'Brien
Monica
by: Jaime Ray Newman
Debra Jo
by: Deborah Kellner
Heather
by: Mercedes Cornett
Miggy
by: Amy Acker
FBI Agent
by: Robert Peters
FBI Agent (as James Dumont)
by: James DuMont
FBI Agent
by: Thomas Crawford
Secretary
by: Sarah Rush
Abe Penner
by: Malachi Throne
Ira Penner
by: Alfred Dennis
Penner Brother
by: Max Kerstein
TWA Stewardess
by: Donna Kimball
Captain Oliver
by: Jan Munroe
Pilot
by: Stephen Dunham
Pilot
by: Brandon Keener
Little Girl
by: Jasmine Jessica Anthony
NY Savings Bank Manager
by: Anthony Powers
Female Teller
by: Lauren Cohn
Teen Waiter
by: Jeremy Howard
Man #3
by: Jack Knight
Ilene
by: Jamie Anderson
Candy
by: Kam Heskin
Hotel Maid
by: Ana Maria Quintana
FBI Agent (as Gerald Molen)
by: Gerald R. Molen
Little Girl on Street
by: Celine du Tertre
Blind Man
by: Stan Bly
Young Man
by: Jamie Moss
Peggy
by: Jessica Collins
French Policeman (as Frank W. Abagnale)
by: Frank Abagnale Jr.
Prison Guard (as Roger Lèger)
by: Roger Léger
French Police Captain
by: Jean-François Blanchard
French Police
by: Mathieu Gaudreault
French Police (as Guy Daniel Tremblay)
by: Guy-Daniel Tremblay
French Police (as Alexandre Bisping)
by: Alexander Bisping
French Police
by: Patrice Dussault
Maitre D'
by: Paul Todd
Kid
by: Jake Wagner
Party Twin
by: Ashley Cohen
Party Twin
by: Kelly Cohen
Piano Player / Singer
by: Ellis Hall
Piano Player
by: Steven Meizler
Co-Pilot
by: Fred Datig
Himself (as Joe Garagiola)
by: Joe Garagiola, Sr.
Herself (as Kitty Carlisle Hart)
by: Kitty Carlisle
Choir
by: Dominic Bond
Choir
by: Jean-François Brousseau
Choir
by: Francis Campeau
Choir
by: Raphaël Cardin
Choir
by: Marc-Antoine Côté
Choir
by: Antoine Drolet-Dumoulin
Choir
by: Léon Dussault-Gagné
Choir
by: Simon Houle-Gauthier
Choir
by: Vincent Généreux
Choir
by: Sébastien Jean
Choir
by: Pascal Larouche
Choir
by: William Lauzon
Choir
by: Florent Legault
Choir
by: Jason McNally
Choir
by: Julien Normandeau
Choir
by: David Parent-Laliberté
Choir
by: Alexandre Pepin
Choir
by: Nicolas Radeschi
Choir
by: Jonathan René
Choir
by: Samuel St-Amour
Student (uncredited)
by: Jesse Heiman

Member Reviews :

This was an entertaining and fun piece of film making from the ever-reliable Steven Spielberg. It is a bit of a depart from his usual full-blown and hugely epic pictures, yet this does not detract at all from the fascinating story of Frank Abagnale Jr. I was interested in this man before I'd seen the movie, and it only served to increase my interest. Although it is important to remember (as with any such film) that this is only 'inspired' by a true story and not told word for word from one, the plot is fascinating and keeps you laughing, crying and wondering until the end. Frank Abagnale Jr. is an astounding and interesting character. The real life Abagnale originally said that he did not believe DiCaprio to be 'suave' enough to play the role, but he certainly does pull it off. DiCaprio's acting is superb, and totally believable as a man who could lie to, deceive, and con everyone he met without once losing any of his charisma or charm. Hanks is also excellent, he plays the role of the obsessed FBI agent well, and also with a likable quality. The interaction between these two characters was great, it was interesting to see a budding relationship slowly build between two characters who were actually positioned against one another. I loved the look of the film. It was a refreshing blast to see the 60s portrayed in such a vivid and colorful way. The whole setting and atmosphere of the film gave it a wonderful and almost (I hesitate to use the word) 'magical' sense. This tone appealed to me much more than a darker tone might have. However, the film is rife with moral ambiguity. As much fun as it is to watch DiCaprio jumping from one place (and identity) to the next, forging checks and spending inordinate amounts of money at a whim, the film never really focuses on the morally bankrupt side of the story. The portion of the film devoted to this at the end still seems to skim over the fact that this man has stolen millions of dollars. It ends on a high note for Frank Abagnale Jr., never fully spelling out the wrongs he committed. Still, this would probably bring the whole film down, and sometimes it's fun just to enjoy a bit of escapism without being told off for desiring such things. I mean, it's hard to be totally strict and upright - you have to love it when DiCaprio's character swindles Jennifer Garner's prostitute for $400! Overall, this is a fun film and really enjoyable. Not as much of an epic masterpiece as some of Spielberg's other movies, but still a great film!
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