Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by Airwolf, Oct 10, 2016.
Is this the speech where he practically comes out of the closet? I remember Stern ripping this speech apart.
yup, Stern spent a good 45 minutes brutalizing this asshole's speech...
So did he rape Cory Haim?
No red ribbon? oh my God! What a terrible speech such drivel. Jonathan Demme was on top of the world in the early 90's what the hell happened to him. Hanks has definitely sucked a cock or two.
I can't believe how spiritual his speech was and the God Bless America thing at the end was cool. Keep in mind Tom Hanks was coming off Joe Vs. The Volcano, Bonfire of the Vanities and my favorite the Burbs commercial and critical failures, so he was probably relieved to get to the top of his craft. His first real dramatic role.
Don't forget that a year later, he won the Best Actor Oscar again for playing a retard in Forrest Gump.
yep, i like to remember the better days...
He was a Feldman bro, maybe Feldman pimped Haim out to Hanks to get the role in the burbs. Unlikely Feldman and Burbs director Joe Dante already worked together on gremlins. I love the Burbs great cast so many one liners. 80's Gold!
hes so great. 2nd best actor
He wasn't a smart man, but he knew what love was.
He also managed to avoid getting AIDS from Jenny
No, I highly doubt that. Corey alluded to Charlie Sheen though on Twitter awhile back. I think Feldman, Haim, and Sheen were in a movie together back in the 80s.
But shedders used their good deductive skills in many of the 14 threads about Corey, that Sheen was too old at the time, and not at the level of stardom to cause much of an issue. They postulated Hanks was the culprit.
That movie made me hate fags
Laugh at the speech all you want but it was heartfelt and Philadelphia is a great movie. Underrated to say the least.
The scene where he is walking out of Denzel Washington's office after being turned down is so powerful.
Pretty sure screwing 1,000 strangers in 4 years in the 80's at a bath house isn't angel material.
Neil Young's song from that movie is much more poignant. He should have won the Oscar, not Bruce.
Unfortunately, he got it from Antonio Banderas when they were making a life in Philadelphia.