Big budget screwball comedy about panicking Southern Californians following the bombing of Pearl Harbor. Box office and critical disappointment, but occasionally hilarious!
The whimsical story of a 'not-so-bright' guy who always seems to be in the right place at the right time. He gives new meaning to eating a box of chocolates. Exceptional special effects and performances.
Dan Aykroyd as Sergeant Tree with his crew (Treat Williams as Sitarski, also John Candy) in a coastal cafe, then meeting gonzo pilot Wild Bill Kelso (John Belushi), observed by veteran Elisha Cook Jr., in Steven Spielberg's 1941, 1979.
Opening his famously expensive and box-office un-friendly follow up to Jaws and Close Encounters Of The Third Kind, director Steven Spielberg decides to have fun with a reference to the former, using the same swimmer (Denise Cheshire), in 1941, 1979, starring John Belushi.
Much transpiring as Tom Hanks (title character) and Jenny (Robin Wright Penn) grow up, his talent is discovered, he winds up playing for a coach (Sonny Shroyer) modeled on Bear Bryant, in Robert Zemeckis' Forrest Gump, 1994.
Now a football star, Tom Hanks (title character) continues his narration and meets President Kennedy, before graduation, mother (Sally Field) attending, in Forrest Gump, 1994.
Panic sweeps Hollywood when a Japanese invasion is suspected in Steven Spielberg's gigantic farce 1941 (1979).
Opening scene, Tom Hanks (title character) beginning his narration with famous lines, flash back to introduce his mother (Sally Field), in Robert Zemeckis' 1994 Best Picture winner, Forrest Gump.
Feature trailer for 1941.
During the bombing of Pearl Harbor, Californians await the worst.
Forrest Gump -- Clip: That's My Boat
Stripes -- Bill Murray and Harold Ramis as bootcamp flatfoots who join the Army to meet girls and actually succeed. Mud wrestling will never be the same.
Forrest Gump -- Forrest Gump, while not intelligent, has accidentally been present at many historic moments, but his true love, Jenny, eludes him.
BILL MURRAY and HAROLD RAMIS star as bootcamp flatfoots who join the Army to meet girls, and actually succeed. Starring BILL MURRAY, HAROLD RAMIS, WARREN OATES, JOHN CANDY, JOHN LARROQUETTE, JUDGE REINHOLD
Tom Hanks gives an astonishing performance as Forrest, an everyman whose simple innocence comes to embody a generation. Alongside
his mamma (Sally Field), his best friend Bubba (Mykelti Williamson), and his favorite girl Jenny (Robin Wright), Forrest has a ringside
seat for the most memorable events of the second half of the 20th century. Winner of six Academy Awards®, including Best Picture, Best
Director (Robert Zemeckis), and Best Actor (Tom Hanks), FORREST GUMP remains one of the great movie triumphs of all time.
Tom Hanks gives an astonishing performance as Forrest, an everyman whose simple innocence comes to embody a generation.
Tom Hanks gives an astonishing performance as Forrest, an everyman whose simple innocence comes to embody a generation. Alongside his mamma (Sally Field), his best friend Bubba (Mykelti Williamson), and his favorite girl Jenny (Robin Wright), Forrest has a ringside seat for the most memorable events of the second half of the 20th century.
Bill Murray has joined the Army, and the Army will never be the same! When John Winger (Murray) loses his job, his car, his apartment and his girlfriend, all in one day, he decides he only has one option: volunteer for Uncle Sam. He talks his friend Russell (Harold Ramis) into enlisting with him. Where else, they figure, can they help save the world for democracy and meet girls! John and Russell find basic training a snap: they are arrested twice, have endless run-ins with their drill sergeant (Warren Oates) and get into a big mess at a female mud-wrestling match. They even steal a top secret government vehicle to take some gorgeous female MPs on a date, and wind up behind the Iron Curtain. Stripes is outrageous fun! And that's the fact Jack!
Two laid-back guys who have issues with authority join the army - turning their off-kilter platoon and a secret weapon test in Europe into military madness!
Bill Murray and Harold Ramis as bootcamp flatfoots who join the Army to meet girls and actually succeed. Mud wrestling will never be the same.
Will witnesses a murder, and he and the Banks family are forced to go into hiding in Alabama.
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Dick hits the links with the guys, only to discover that golf and gambling don’t mix.
Kirk’s grandmother arrives for a surprise visit just in time to accompany him on his long-awaited dream date with Leslie.
When Dick refers to her as a “homebody,” Joanna takes some serious umbrage and applies for a job at a local travel agency.
Although he’s somewhat skeptical, Dick comes to George’s defense when an out-of-this-world experience makes George the town laughingstock.
The café is robbed, and Kirk’s dishonest past comes back to haunt him as he learns the hard way about telling the truth.
The Loudons’ plans to visit New York are thwarted when Kirk checks into the hospital, leaving Larry, Darryl and Darryl in charge of the café.
Dick tries to repay an old debt to a washed-up comedian, but Joanna’s not laughing.
Kirk finds himself the object of wanton desire when Leslie’s pretty — and engaged — cousin comes to Vermont for some prewedding relaxation.
The Loudons are disappointed when their fun-loving friends arrive for a stay and treat their gracious hosts more like innkeepers than friends.
After a forty-year absence, George is reunited with an old flame, but the couple soon discovers that memories can be deceiving.
Dick’s first ski trip ends disastrously when he accidentally falls on Leslie, injuring her knee and jeopardizing her Olympic dreams.
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