In April, Steven Spielberg became "lord" at the ticket office.
With the success of "Ready Player One: Player 1", the director became the first in the film history to see his films manage to put up to $ 10 billion in revenue.
Nevertheless, there are, among other things, Spielberg's other works that are much less recognized, among hits and hits on the best movie maps.
One of them is "Catch me if you can" and for the director Guillermo del Toro is really the most underrated movie all the time.
Released in theaters on April 25, 2002, the story followed the cat and mouse game for years between an FBI agent (Tom Hanks) and Frank Abagnale (Leonardo DiCaprio), a teenager who raised millions in fake checks by making Pass Success of Air Pilot, Doctor or lawyer. Later he ended up working for the FBI himself.
The film was well received by critics and a worldwide cash match success, but it is not usually shown on a list of Spielberg's best ever, such as "Tubarão" (1975), "Close Encounters of the Third Kind" (1977), "" The Robbers of the Lost Ark "(1981)," ET "(1982)," Jurassic Park "(1993)," Schindler's List "(1993) or" The Rescue of Private Ryan "(1998).
For the director who won the Oscar with "The Form of Water", in essence "Catch me if you can" have "a set fantastic interpretation and a delicate and moving personal story disguised as an unpretentious film. "
Draws attention to the meticulous work of entry and flow with the camera and actors that surpass that as filmmakers such as Stanley Donen, Vincente Minnelli and William A. Wellman, and the influence on the plans and colors of "God knows how much love" (1958), Cinderella in Paris "(1957) and" Charada "(1963), Guillermo del Toro still assured that he sees the film at least once a year.