Our next guest is Riley on Film who takes a look at one of Tom Hanks’ most popular films, Cast Away, a 2000 film that kicks off this decade in a fantastic way. Head over to Drew’s to check out the full review!
Our first week of the Ultimate 2000s Blogathon continues with Damien from Riley on Film and the DRP, or The Damien Riley Podcast. Also, along with Darren, he is co-host of the Talking Stars Podcast. Damien specializes in horror film but is always up for discussing films of any genre, as evident by his recent request for me to challenge him with several comic book films to watch. Check out all of his sites to fully experience Damien’s love of film. Tor this blogathon, he explains his love of the Tom Hanks classic, Cast Away.
Cast Away is the original “Survivor.” It takes an ordinary man (Tom Hanks) and maroons him on a desert island. This is Hollywood stripped down, minimalized. A Vast majority of the runtime is one man doing things with no dialog. When there is dialog, it’s to a silent, imaginary friend named “Wilson”…
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