Rain Man 35th Anniversary

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Movie Info & Cast

Synopsis

Charlie (Tom Cruise) just discovered he has an autistic brother named Raymond (Dustin Hoffman) and is taking him on the ride of his life. Or is it the other way around? Raymond first pushes hot-headed Charlie to the limits of his patience and then pulls him completely out of his self-centered world. And what began as an unsentimental journey for the brothers becomes so much more. Winner of four Academy Awards®, including Best Picture, Best Actor (Hoffman) and Best Director (Barry Levinson). This special 35th anniversary event includes exclusive insight from Turner Classic Movies.

Cast

  • Dustin Hoffman
  • Tom Cruise
  • Valeria Golino
  • Jerry Molen
  • Jack Murdock
  • Michael D. Roberts
  • Ralph Seymour
  • Lucinda Jenney
  • Bonnie Hunt

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Metacritic

30

Everything in this movie is fudged ever so humanistically, in a perfuctory, low-pressure way. And the picture has its effectiveness: people are crying at it. Of course they're crying at it - it's a piece of wet kitsch. [6 Feb 1989]

Pauline Kael
The New Yorker
50

Rain Man's restraint is, finally, rather like Raymond's gabble. It discourages connections, keeping you out instead of drawing you in. [19 Dec 1998]

Richard Schickel
Time
100

There've been few screen moments more moving this year than Cruise's initial reaction to his brother's almost superhuman math prowess. [16 Dec 1988]

Metacritic review by Mike Clark
Mike Clark
USA Today