Cast Away (2000)

Tom Hanks was nominated for Best Actor in a Leading Role at the 73rd Academy Awards, in this movie from director Robert Zemeckis. But he did won a Golden Globe Award for Best Actor-Motion Picture-Drama in the 2001 Golden Globe Awards ceremony.

FedEx. The biggest mailing company in the world, as an engineer controls time management, on delivering packages. But during Christmas holiday of 1995, he was called in for a situation to fix in Malaysia. He had to leave. Unfortunately, his FedEx mailing cargo plane lost control in a violent storm in the South Pacific Ocean, and was crashed down at sea.

All the crew were dead, except for the engineer. He was the only survivor. Washed up an uncharted island, miles from civilization, with no sign of rescue. Injured badly, trying to survive, he survived being isolated on that island for four years long.

Four years had passed, as he changed differently. However, he was able to make it back home, to Memphis, Tennessee, USA. Everyone were glad he returned. And with this movie, this had inspired every single TV & movie creator on Earth. To do some parodies or spoofs of this survival movie, with less dialogue.

Tom Hanks and Helen Hunt were the only two stars in this movie, that I only know. However for Helen Hunt, she was a better girlfriend to Bill Paxton for how the way they did in the movie, “Twister”. On chasing tornadoes, and looking at the dark side of nature. I sometimes feel kinda sorry for her some time. For what happened to Bill Paxton, when he died of heart surgery in 2016. But ever since Phillip Seymour Hoffman was in “Twister”, “The Hunger Games” movies and his death in 2014, I’m sure he and Bill Paxton are together in heaven now ever since they met in that 1996 tornado movie.

With herself and Tom Hanks in that survival movie, emotional. So for a success, 8/10 stars.

And for what happened in cartoons and animated movies related to this here. I won’t let Seth McFarlane and Matt Groening do anymore shit related to this here.

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