Tom Hanks’ Top 10 Historical Dramas: Bringing History to Life

The Da Vinci Code:

A murder in Paris leaves Robert Langdon confused who receives help from a cryptographer to unravel the mystery behind the murder.


Miracle On The Hudson: Clint Eastwood justified the brave act of Captain Sully whose decision to land a commercial plane on the Hudson river saved lives on board due to a mishap occurred due to flying birds.

The Terminal:

Based on the true story of Karimi Nasseri, Tom Hanks with Steven Spielberg gave one of their breathtaking performances in the movie.

The Green Mile:

Frank Darabont bagged the oscar for Best Picture but characters John Coffey and Paul Edgecomb delivered an outstanding performance.

Apollo 13:

A spaceship that got crippled due to a mishap in the oxygen tank brought out a nail-biting experience.


Penny Marshall found the perfect boy to play the character of a 13 year old who just wants to experience what bigger boys do.

Leonardo representing himself as a conman while FBI agent Carl Hanratty played by Tom Hanks is just like a cat and mouse chase.

Catch Me If You Can:

Bridge Of Spies:

James Donovan played by Tom Hanks does not accept defeat and believes in justice. Steven Spielberg made sure that there was a sense of both sadness of the war and the happiness of getting what all of us wanted to see.