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Philadelphia (1993) MOVIE , Tom Hanks Makes Me CRY Like A Baby !!!

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Fearing it would compromise his career, lawyer Andrew Beckett (Tom Hanks) hides his homosexuality and HIV status at a powerful Philadelphia law firm. But his secret is exposed when a colleague spots the illness’s telltale lesions. Fired shortly afterwards, Beckett resolves to sue for discrimination, teaming up with Joe Miller (Denzel Washington), the only lawyer willing to help. In court, they face one of his ex-employer’s top litigators, Belinda Conine (Mary Steenburgen).

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43 comments on “Philadelphia (1993) MOVIE , Tom Hanks Makes Me CRY Like A Baby !!!

  1. The actual story by Ron Nyswaner was based on a true story(not about the author) was about a gay blackman facing such discrimination because of having HIV and being gay, the part Denzel played was actually a whiteman who was his lawyer. Most people don't know that. This i guess is Hollywoods way of Hollywoodizing things for palatability. It was during these times that alot of the progressive movements began their threshold introduction to the Hollywood culture.

  2. Regarding Denzel's reaction to finding out Hanks' character has AIDS, you have to remember that you're watching this in 2021. In 1993 there was still a great deal of fear as to how HIV could be contracted. If I remember correctly (I was 21 in 1993) a good number of people knew it had to be blood to blood transaction, but a lot of people continued to meet that fact with skepticism. Denzel's reaction, while still somewhat ignorant even for 1993, was pretty much on point [for the era].

  3. I, like the gentleman below, Scott, I have been HIV+ for 29 years and I am grateful for your doing this reaction and for seeing us as humans, not as sinners or, especially for gay men, people who are getting what we deserve. Your reaction above was a warming thing to see. Very human of you to let us see your emotions and hear your words. I am grateful.

  4. There older but so funny…Tom Hanks when he did humor a lot. 1 THe Money Pit 2 Splash 3 Bachelor Party

  5. This movie made my "homophobic" brother realize that fear of gay people is his own problem. About 2 weeks after I had lost a friend to AIDS, my brother made himself watch this movie and it changed his life. Now, when he shakes someone's hand, he doesn't hesitate with the fear of this disease. Of course, now we have another plague. The difference is that so many people choose not to make precautions to prevent themselves from getting sick or passing it to someone else. Historically, this seems to happen about every 20-30 years. I'm 60 years old. We'll see what comes along around 2041. Crazy.

  6. Its the ending that got me hard. Seeing the film of him as an innocent child. I am DONE!!!


  8. Dr. Anthony Fauci was a hero then, he's still fighting for the health of the people still! We still have no vaccine against AIDS, we may never know one. We all need hope, life is short work hard, play harder.

  9. This movie is so emotional, I also cried my eyes out the first time I watched it😢😢😢
    In the 80s HIV was such a taboo and there was a lot of misinformation and wrong conceptions about it.That's why the image of Lady Di hugging a boy who was HIV positive was so powerful. She used all the cameras following her day and night to raise awareness about an issue people knew so little about and were so judgemental about. This movie also helped to break those misconceptions.

  10. Watched it once, maybe 20 yrs ago, and can't watch it again. My brother died of AIDS 25 yrs ago…hit home too hard. But everyone should watch it.

  11. One of my fav moments in this moment is at the party when Andrew and Joe are dancing with their partners because it's made clear that they're both dancing with the person they love, it doesn't matter about their gender, just that they both have partners they love.

  12. So, you're going to watch the 1995 film "To Wong Foo, Thanks for Everything! Julie Newmar" next, right? lol
    It has an all-star cast including Patrick Swayze, John Leguizamo, Wesley Snipes, Ru Paul, ans so so many more! It's truly a classic!

  13. My favorite singer died of AIDS in 1991…I honestly didn't know he was sick until it was announced. 24 hours later he died. I think he lasted a lot longer than most because he kept playing music until he physically couldn't.

  14. Love the big screen format. Great reaction. If you ever want to revisit another Important Aids movie, I hope you react to Dallas Buyers Club. It's actually a true story. Also another Oscar winner.

  15. This movie opened my eyes to AIDS. The first major movie to have AIDS as the subject matter.

  16. There is no cure, never will be. Reason is the political part of medicine feels that the fact that those with AID's are a lower class type of person it is another way to control that portion of society. Billions have been spent on AID's research, and we have medications to control I know from personal experience having had it since 1996. Do the medications work, if taken regularly without missing doses or not having a timing issue. Most of my friends who I knew from that era of my contact are dead. Again many refused to take their medications in a timely manner. Medication only work when taken as prescribed. My earlier statement about not finding a cure is based on the fact we can't cure a common cold. We can suppress it make the symptoms go away but the virus remains. When conditions return that wake it up the same cold reemerges to pester us again. Same as the flu another virus they want us to take flu shots each year problem is the shot is for the previous years version. Each year the virus mutates, so that's why even with the vaccine so many people still get the flu, the shot you're taking is for the older version. Same with the pneumococcal, it mutates rapidly, and they project what the current form will be. Sadly they know that these vaccines are ineffective but want to instill into the public trust how much medicine wants to cure humanity. Take it from the polio vaccine that was given up by the two scientist doctors for a mere $1.00 that pharmaceutical companies turned into billions into their drive to eradicate it, yet it still exists even after they claimed the last cases back in the 60's. There are new cases in you got it depressed economic areas of the US and other areas around the globe. I'm seventy years old until politics is taken out of the equation of medical advancement, and it be done for all of mankind and not just the rich AID's will always be around.

  17. One of the most powerful movies. I think Tom Hanks, Denzel Washington and Antonio Banderas were just amazing in this movie. Even watching your reaction video had the tears coming. Love your content as always. Sending hugs if wanted.

  18. I saw this film at the cinema back when it was released, it was amazing.
    That scene where Hanks is playing "Maria Callas"……oh, Jesus wept.
    Tom Hanks and Denzel Washington are wonderful.
    A beautiful film.
    Your reaction is beautiful.
    Love is all and love is everyone.

  19. Hello India please react to Life is Beautiful, Cinema Paradiso, La Bamba and Click! Greetings from México!! 😍

  20. Really appreciated your take on this film. The Eighties were a very difficult time for HIV…understanding, fear, assured outcome… Hits at home. Thank u!

  21. I LOVE your heart!
    I love that you support both gay men and women. be with whoever makes you happy!
    and btw, i am a straight man married to a gorgeous black woman. again — love who you love!!!!

  22. Is it a coincidence that Jenny was sick in Forrest Gump and then he's got it in this movie, considering they were filmed around the same time?
    I hate to be conspiracy-minded, but I'd look into it.

  23. Dallas Buyers Club is another great movie on AIDS and the stigma it carried and the battle for treatment!!

  24. Movie suggestions…The Sandlot, A Family Thing, Girl Interrupted….wondering what kind of movies you prefer.

  25. You don't understand,in those time nobody knew anything about AIDS so they wouldn't want to be near you.

  26. I have a very vivid memory of sitting in the theater when I was in middle school, bawling at the end where they show the home videos of when he was a kid.

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