#HANX for the Memories #058 – Greyhound (2020)
We’ve made it. After traversing the treacherous waters of the Atlantic (i.e. the middle of the #HANX for the Memories run), we’ve finally re-gained air support (vis-a-vis the truly strong showing from the last handful of Tom Hanks movies). We finish Phase I of #HANX for the Memories with Greyhound, the Hanks-written World War II flick that dropped on AppleTV+ this summer. Joining us to talk about Greyhound is Dan “The Duke” Hayden. We discuss the film’s tremendous soundscape, the tremendous supporting cast, and Hanks’s return to the open sea. We also wonder why Elisabeth Shue took her very tiny role, and lament not being able to see this in theaters.
Catch up on all episodes of #HANX for the Memories here, and make sure to catch up on the other half of the TomTom Club: #CruiseClub. (It may be over by now, but there’s still plenty of fun to be had in the archives!)
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