Bridge of Spies opened today to the general public. Looks like a really good movie, I plan seeing it in theaters but I'm pretty sure the wife will want to wait until it comes out on Netflix. Did some homework on this movie and it turns out the book is just as good if not a bit better. Here is a little inside on the book's read.
Bridge of Spies is the true story of three extraordinary characters – William Fisher, alias Rudolf Abel, a British born KGB agent arrested by the FBI in New York City and jailed as a Soviet superspy for trying to steal America’s most precious nuclear secrets; Gary Powers, the American U-2 pilot who was captured when his plane was shot down while flying a reconnaissance mission over the closed cities of central Russia; and Frederic Pryor, a young American graduate student in Berlin mistakenly identified as a spy, arrested and held without charge by the Stasi, East Germany’s secret police.
I've always enjoyed watching movies with Tom Hanks starring in the main role or second. I've always enjoyed his work on and off the screen. If you do go out and watch this please feel free to leave me a comment with what you thought about it. It would greatly be appreciated.