Based on the true story of Frank Abagnale Jr., the youngest man to ever feature on the FBI's Ten Most Wanted list who managed to pass himself off with several identities with an FBI agent hot on his trail.
'Catch Me If You Can' has a certain charm that, despite attempts, few films actually attain. The on-screen relationship between the protagonist (di Caprio) and his adversary (Hanks) is at times a shade away from cringe worthy but it hovers on that brink very well, creating a good atmosphere when they interact.
The intricacies of forgery add interest to an already entertaining film, allowing you to see just how much effort and skill Frank Abagnale Jr. put into his "work".
On top of the forefront activity of Abagnale, the film also documents well the background of his life, including the before and after portions of his story.
It is all very interesting stuff and Spielberg has once again created entertainment from relative atrocity.
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