Film Review: ‘A Hologram for the King’ Tom Hanks plays an American business adrift in Saudi Arabia in this striking but only partial realization of Dave Eggers’ novel.
Apr 28, 2016 · Watch video · Directed by Tom Tykwer. With Tom Hanks, Omar Elba, Sarita Choudhury, Ben Whishaw. A failed American sales rep looks to recoup his losses by traveling to Saudi Arabia and selling his company’s product to a wealthy monarch.
On June 12, 2013, Tom Tykwer was reported to be developing an adaptation of 2012 novel A Hologram for the King, written by Dave Eggers. Tykwer wrote and directed the film, which stars Tom Hanks as the lead. The film was made by Playtone, Primeridian Entertainment, and X-Filme Creative Pool.
«A Hologram for the King»: Tom Tykwer’s adaptation of the Dave Eggers novel has America’s Everyman, Tom Hanks, getting his groove back in an exotic locale.
In “A Hologram for the King,” Dave Eggers’ seriocomic lament for the American Dream, a sad-sack businessman loses himself amid the shimmering sands and empty skyscrapers of a Saudi Arabian
«A Hologram For The King» is one of these films. I am sure many people sometimes tire of seeing another Hanks piece in the theaters or on TV, but his work is so bloody good that we should be pleased rather than bored or even upset.
Apr 23, 2016 · Watch video · A Hologram For The King opens with an aggressive shout of a scene: Tom Hanks’ protagonist, Alan Clay, charging through a white-picket-fence suburb, yelling the lyrics of Talking Heads’ «Once In A
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A Hologram For The King, film review: ‘One of Tom Hanks’s richest recent performances’ (12A) Tom Tykwer, 97 mins, starring: Tom Hanks, Ben Whishaw, Tom …
Tom Hanks reunites with his Cloud Atlas co-director Tom Tykwer for the flimsy but watchable A Hologram for the King, adapted from a novel by Dave Eggers. Yet the scenario seems more suited to the worst impulses of Cameron Crowe than to the man who made Run …
With his performances in “Bridge Of Spies” and now “A Hologram For The King,” Tom Hanks appears to have settled on the perfect synthesis of his comedic and dramatic sides. In Steven