It earned the praise and respect of the film community, critics, and the general public. It was labeled one of the finest war films ever made and earned Spielberg his second Academy Award for direction, and Hanks another Best Actor nomination. Later that year, Hanks re-teamed with his Sleepless in Seattle co-star Meg Ryan for You've Got Mail, a remake of 1940's The Shop Around the Corner. In 1999, Hanks starred in an adaptation of the Stephen King novel The Green Mile. He also returned as the voice of Woody in Toy Story 2, the sequel to Toy Story.
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Around this same time he was offered the lead role of "Gunslinger" Roland Deschain in Ron Howard's adaptation of Stephen King's Dark Tower novels. If he had signed, he would have starred in the TV series as well. Then Eon Productions offered him a role as villain Raoul Silva in the James Bond film, Skyfall. With Universal deciding not to go forward with the ultra-ambitious adaptation of the Stephen King 7-novel series, and to end months of speculation, Bardem officially confirmed his role in Skyfall during an interview with Christiane Amanpour for ABC's Nightline. Bardem received the 2,484th star of the Hollywood Walk of Fame on 8 November 2012.
He also received strong reviews for the film Lawn Dogs (1997), where he played a working-class lawn mower who befriends a wealthy 10-year-old girl (Mischa Barton) in an upper-class gated community in Kentucky; Rockwell's performance won him Best Actor honors at both the Montreal World Film Festival and the Catalan International Film Festival. In 1999, Rockwell played prisoner William "Wild Bill" Wharton in the Stephen King prison drama The Green Mile. At the time of the film's shooting, Rockwell explained why he was attracted to playing such unlikable characters. He said, "I like that dark stuff. I think heroes should be flawed. There's a bit of self-loathing in there, and a bit of anger...
Night Shift, directed by Ron Howard, starring Henry Winkler, Michael Keaton, Shelley Long. Nomad (Lie huo qing chun), starring Leslie Cheung – (Hong Kong). An Officer and a Gentleman, directed by Taylor Hackford, starring Richard Gere, Debra Winger, Louis Gossett Jr., David Keith, Lisa Blount. On Top (Með allt á hreinu) – (Iceland). On Top of the Whale (Het Dak van de Walvis) – (Netherlands). One from the Heart, directed by Francis Ford Coppola, starring Teri Garr, Frederic Forrest, Nastassja Kinski, Raúl Juliá. Orkestar bez ime (A Band with No Name) – (Bulgaria). Oro, Plata, Mata, directed by Peque Gallaga – (Philippines).
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Louis King. Stephen King. Keisuke Kinoshita. Teinosuke Kinugasa. Randal Kirk. Lyudmil Kirkov. Ryuhei Kitamura. Takeshi Kitano. Randal Kleiser. Elem Klimov. León Klimovsky. Alexander Kluge. Harley Knoles. Masaki Kobayashi. Vincent Kok. Henry Kolker. Alexander Kolowrat. Satoshi Kon. Andrei Konchalovsky. Tadeusz Konwicki. Alexander Korda. Zoltan Korda. Hirokazu Koreeda. Harmony Korine. Caryl Korma. Baltasar Kormákur. John Korty. Joseph Kosinski. Henry Koster. Ted Kotcheff. Mariusz Kotowski. Serguei Kouchnerov. Nikos Koundouros. Jan Kounen. Aaron Kozak. Ivan Kraljevic. Stanley Kramer. Kurt Kren. Krishnan–Panju. William Kronick. Stanley Kubrick. George Kuchar. Lev Kuleshov. Roger Kumble.
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A list of American films released in 1991.
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A list of American films released in 1984.
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A list of science fiction films released in the 1980s. These films include core elements of science fiction, but can cross into other genres. They have been released to a cinema audience by the commercial film industry and are widely distributed with reviews by reputable critics.
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The following tables list films released in 2013. Three popular films (Top Gun, Jurassic Park, and The Wizard of Oz) were all re-released in 3D and IMAX.
This is a list of American films released in 1989. Driving Miss Daisy won the Academy Award for Best Picture.
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Roger Ebert in its review wrote that "Ron Howard is a better filmmaker than Dan Brown is a novelist; he follows Brown's formula (exotic location, startling revelation, desperate chase scene, repeat as needed) and elevates it into a superior entertainment, with Tom Hanks as a theo-intellectual Indiana Jones." "it's involving, intriguing and constantly seems on the edge of startling revelations." The film received two sequels: Angels & Demons, released in 2009, and Inferno, released in 2016. Ron Howard returned to direct both sequels. Robert Langdon. Jacques Saunière. Sophie Neveu. Bezu Fache. Silas. Manuel Aringarosa. Sister Sandrine. André Vernet. Leigh Teabing. Rémy Legaludec.
A list of American films released in 1994. Forrest Gump won the Academy Award for Best Picture.
The horror genre also emerged, and by the late 1970s Stephen King had become one of the most popular genre novelists. In non-fiction, several books related to Nixon and the Watergate scandal topped the best-selling lists. 1977 brought many high-profile biographical works of literary figures, such as those of Virginia Woolf, Agatha Christie, and J. R. R. Tolkien. Architecture in the 1970s began as a continuation of styles created by such architects as Frank Lloyd Wright and Ludwig Mies van der Rohe. Early in the decade, several architects competed to build the tallest building in the world.
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A full listing as of December 31, 2004 with citations appears in The Complete Guide to the Works of Stephen King by Rocky Wood, et al. (ISBN: 0-9750593-3-5); as of December 31, 2005 in Stephen King: Uncollected, Unpublished (ISBN: 1-58767-130-1 and ISBN: 0-9750593-4-3) by Rocky Wood, et al.; and as of late 2007 in Justin Brooks' Stephen King: A Primary Bibliography of the World’s Most Popular Author (ISBN: 1-58767-153-0). In 2012, a revised and updated edition of Uncollected, Unpublished was published.
All were offered for sale in San Francisco newspaper ads; only the '58 Impala (driven by Ronny Howard) attracted a buyer, selling for only a few hundred dollars. The yellow Deuce and the white T-bird went unsold, despite being priced as low as $3,000. The registration plate on Milner's yellow deuce coupe is THX 138 on a yellow, California license plate, slightly altered, reflecting Lucas's earlier science fiction film.