Greyhound

  (2020-07-10)

Greyhound is a 2020 War Action Drama movie directed by . It stars Tom Hanks, Stephen Graham, Rob Morgan, among others.

Greyhound is currently rated 7.5 stars on the ReelBugs scale.

Greyhound poster image
Title Greyhound
Language en
Genres War
Action
Drama
Status Released
Countries United States of America,
Runtime 91 min
Tagline "The only thing more dangerous than the front lines was the fight to get there."

Greyhound Images



Greyhound Summary


A first-time captain leads a convoy of allied ships carrying thousands of soldiers across the treacherous waters of the “Black Pit” to the front lines of WW2. With no air cover protection for 5 days, the captain and his convoy must battle the surrounding enemy Nazi U-boats in order to give the allies a chance to win the war.


Greyhound Cast


Tom Hanks Greyhound Commander Krause
Tom Hanks

Commander Krause

Stephen Graham Greyhound Charlie Cole
Stephen Graham

Charlie Cole

Rob Morgan Greyhound Cleveland
Rob Morgan

Cleveland

Josh Wiggins Greyhound Talker #1
Josh Wiggins

Talker #1

Tom Brittney Greyhound Lt. Watson
Tom Brittney

Lt. Watson

Elisabeth Shue Greyhound Evelyn
Elisabeth Shue

Evelyn

Will Pullen Greyhound Talker #3
Will Pullen

Talker #3

Manuel Garcia-Rulfo Greyhound Lopez
Manuel Garcia-Rulfo

Lopez

Karl Glusman Greyhound Eppstein
Karl Glusman

Eppstein

Chet Hanks Greyhound Bushnell
Chet Hanks

Bushnell

Jimi Stanton Greyhound Lt. Harbutt Image
Jimi Stanton

Lt. Harbutt

Matt Helm Greyhound Lt. Nystrom
Matt Helm

Lt. Nystrom

Devin Druid Greyhound Wallace
Devin Druid

Wallace

Craig Tate Greyhound Pitts
Craig Tate

Pitts

Travis Quentin Greyhound Ipsen
Travis Quentin

Ipsen

Jeff Burkes Greyhound Shannon
Jeff Burkes

Shannon

Matthew Zuk Greyhound Flusser
Matthew Zuk

Flusser

Joseph Poliquin Greyhound Lee Helmsman #1
Joseph Poliquin

Lee Helmsman #1

Casey Bond Greyhound Helmsman #1
Casey Bond

Helmsman #1

Michael Benz Greyhound Carling
Michael Benz

Carling


Parents Guide


Greyhound is rated PG-13. Some material may be inappropriate for children under 13 or preteenagers. Parents are urged to accompany preteenagers. For a more detailed description, check out Greyhound - Parents Guide


Greyhound On Youtube


User Profile
Mulligencumbilitieing
March 5, 2020

The way the submarines are shot gives me horror vibes.

 
1805
User Profile
Cabalistillbindelists
Aug. 16, 2020

Apparently, Tom Hanks personally took care of all the fronts in WWII.

 
275
User Profile
Orchardisoridation
Aug. 11, 2020

Just saw this. Almost 90 minutes of non-stop action. Outstanding movie.

 
284
User Profile
Dricentagons
July 22, 2020

Tom Hanks travel history:
1. In Plane: Landed in a river (Sully)
2. In Boat: Hijacked by Pirates (Captain Phillips)
3. FedX Plane: Stranded on an island for 4 years (Cast Away)
4. Stranded on JFK Airport (The Terminal)
5. Apollo 13: Spacecraft undergoes internal damage (Apollo 13)

MORAL: Never Travel With "TOM HANKS"

 
304
User Profile
Gunslippersnappetencillowed
July 13, 2020

Sing it with me boys!
.
To their own shore,
came the world war
Gleaves and the Ingham leading the Bury west!

 
11
User Profile
Assumatizaticizing
March 6, 2020

Note-to-self: NEVER travel with Tom Hanks.

 
8527
User Profile
Orcemetridgehammer
July 17, 2020

Look at him, he's the captain now, in every movie.

 
361
User Profile
Cabiliatious
July 11, 2020

"inspired by actual events" = yes, world war 2 really happened

 
626
User Profile
Shortwaverinettled
July 8, 2020

i dont care how historically unrealistic it may look, but when you see Tom Hanks... you know its gonna be awesome

 
113
User Profile
Orcharbinger
July 2, 2020

Tom Hanks’ Agent: So there is this historic mo...

Tom Hanks: I’LL DO IT

 
385
User Profile
Cabiliatomas
March 9, 2020

Fun fact: after his boat sinks, Tom Hanks takes a life raft and floats to a nearby island and befriends a volleyball

 
3295
User Profile
Gunslitheast
Sept. 7, 2020

You’re going to win and you’re going to watch, and like, this movie.

 
2
User Profile
Bombshellularly
July 27, 2020

Poor TOM HANKS everytime the food is served the U-boat appears.

 
25
User Profile
Bombshellulositome
Aug. 3, 2020

Just watched it, it was a decent movie and pretty historically accurate... except, the Germans. It's a shame they had to ruin this with the usual portrayal of die-hard Nazi fanatics hell bent on murder. The usual nasal, over-egged 'Kraut' accents etc etc. This couldn't be further from the truth. Broadcasting on Allied frequencies, was not only technically unlikely, but would never happen as transmission sources could be pinpointed via HUFFDUFF. It was far-fetched and never happened during the war. Ditto the lurid markings on the boats. While it is true that the Germans were engaged in a ruthless war of attrition against Allied shipping, the U-Boat men fought with tenacity, bravery and as much honor as circumstances would allow. They were no more or less ruthless than US submariners engaging the Japanese in the Pacific - or Allied ships picking up German survivors. There are numerous accounts of U-Boats rendering assistance - google the Laconia Incident for one particular account. It's probably a little known fact, at the start of the war U-boats had to stop and verify national identity and allow crews to abandon ship under the standing international maritime Prize rules. The U-Boat men had a 78% attrition rate and 28,000 casualties, yet they still volunteered, even when the odds were truly stacked against them later in the war. These were also young men, who, to be fair, were not in a position to refuse service to their country. I don't condone Nazi Germany, or seek to glorify the actions of the Kreigsmarine, but it would have been far more interesting to portray the German U-Boat crews with more historical accuracy. The point being in war, there is no black and white and there are no true winners or losers. It was a missed opportunity to tell the real story.

 
59
User Profile
Bombshellularly
Sept. 24, 2020

So after "saving private ryan" he was doing this!
Okay

 
1
User Profile
Assumanizaticializers
March 6, 2020

Is this a World of Warships trailer?

 
1469
User Profile
Veracitanker
July 23, 2020

Loved the movie. Focused on the action and suspense. The wolf howl was bone chilling.

 
49
User Profile
Dricendandelabrasiest
June 29, 2020

I thought this was about the bus line...

 
22
User Profile
Traliabillinist
July 16, 2020

The Director said they filmed without a single drop of water. I cant believe it

 
58
User Profile
Bonaticiated
July 21, 2020

Actually after his boat sinks , he takes a life raft and floats to Australia where he got covid 19 .

 
36
User Profile
Orchardhandents
March 7, 2020

Tom Hanks travel history:
- by boat: got invaded by pirates
- by boat: attacked by Germans
- by boat: encountered a storm, made it to land by sailing on luggage
- by plane: crashed, had to survive in an island with nothing but a volleyball
- by plane, as the pilot: flies into flock of geese, has to land on water
- got stuck in JFK airport for nine months

 
1828
User Profile
Verbifurcatists
July 20, 2020

They need to do more like this. No revisionist history BS just a straight up good war movie. I can even look past the casting of hanks (who did a good job of this) who I think has big questions to answer along the lines of what Ricky Gervais was going on about at the golden globes.

 
46
User Profile
Unacclimaginian
July 24, 2020

Everyone saying do not travel with Tom Hanks because of the incidents, how about Polar Express? he bring you to the north pole!

 
21
User Profile
Orcemetridgehammer
Aug. 12, 2020

was it just me or did this trailer reuse multiple sounds from jurassic park including the chittering of velociraptors?

 
11
User Profile
Cabalignetic
Aug. 10, 2020

When they say inspired by real events, they mean there were ships in a war hunting u boats and this is about them, but this one didn’t exist, nor did the guy Tom Hank’s is playing and none of what you see actually happened but stuff a bit like it did.

Why not just say this work of fiction is dedicated to all those who fought in the battle of the Atlantic.

 
16
User Profile
Cabalinizablutinizatization
March 5, 2020

Seriously, someone put Hanks in the captain's chair in a new Star Trek film already. He loves Trek, his presence would sell the film outside of the usual fanbase and he's the perfect guy to bring back the hopeful, inspiring nature of Trek back.

 
998
User Profile
Gunslitheist
July 16, 2020

Biographical stories?

Clint Eastwood : Ye....

Tom Hanks : Yesssss!!!!

 
18
User Profile
Zoopatrolitheticising
June 26, 2020

I thought I already told you.... "I'm the captain now"

 
6
User Profile
Zoopatrolithologuessertistingiest
Aug. 31, 2020

The ending was pretty lacklustre.

 
1
User Profile
Bombshellulates
July 26, 2020

Soldier: What are we going to do
Tom Hanks: We'll bring hell-- will someone tell that Skrillex kid to keep it down?

 
10