Greyhound Reviews

  • Greyhound
    • Genre : Drama, War, History
    • Release Date :
    • MPAA Rating : PG-13
    • Duration : -
    • Production Budget : 35
    • Studio : Apple TV+
    • Official Site : -
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Movie Reviews

  • what you end up with is a better history lesson than drama, in spite of the obvious care with which Hanks brings the story of Greyhound to life
    2 of 5 by Sandy Schaefer [ScreenRant ]
  • Tom Hanks plays a ship's captain under attack from a wolf pack of Nazi U-boats in a tense and poignant second world war drama; it's effective and watchable, with some genuinely tense moments
    3 of 5 by Peter Bradshaw [The Guardian ]
  • the picture's percolating, hand-wringing intensity builds to a fever pitch by film's end, delivering a satisfying, if not occasionally predictable, thrill ride
    Review rate : B- by Courtney Howard [Fresh Fiction ]
  • the movie maps its course by Tom Hanks' steady hand: A ship moving swiftly and with sure purpose -- compelled by death and danger, but safe in the certainty of history
    Review rate : B+ by Leah Greenblatt [Entertainment Weekly ]
  • the movie is successful at finding little details that make it feel lived-in and authentic; "Greyhound" satisfies as both a snazzy war picture and a showcase for its star
    3 of 4 by Brian Truitt [USA Today ]
  • in many ways, it's a film about looking for meaningful leadership in times of crisis and men who can rise to the occasion, which obviously, is something of a subtweet these days
    Review rate : B- by Rodrigo Perez [The Playlist ]
  • a serious, well-intentioned slice of WWII naval history full of compelling detail and good action but lacking the dimensions and dynamics to make you truly feel it
    3 of 5 by Ian Freer [Empire Magazine ]
  • "Greyhound" is an efficient, satisfying war film. In that regard, it's a fresh telling of familiar elements, buoyed by the powerfully understated performances from Tom Hanks and his fellow cast members
    by Kevin Crust [Los Angeles Times ]
  • "Greyhound" is a taut action thriller that exerts a sustained grip; The movie fully immerses the audience in battle, owing something to the intensity of both the D-Day landing in "Saving Private Ryan" and the combat sequences in "Dunkirk"
    by David Rooney [The Hollywood Reporter ]

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