Disney and the Coen Brothers return to screen, Russell 'hustles' towards Oscars By Alice Reese & Cooper Welch • Dec 20, 2013 TweetShareGoogle+Email Movie Picks with Alice Reese Daniel Starks / 88.9 KETR Tom Hanks and Emma Thompson bring Walt Disney and the story of one of his most successful movies to life in Saving Mr. Banks. The movie is directed by John Lee Hancock, who also directed The Blind Side, The Alamo and The Rookie, and written by Kelly Marcel and Sue Smith. Hanks plays Disney and Thompson takes on the role of P. L. Travers, the author of Mary Poppins. Listen as Alice Reese gives us her review of Saving Mr. Banks, Inside Llewyn Davis, and American Hustle. Listen Listening... / 7:50 Tags: Alice ReeseTom HanksEmma ThompsonSaving Mr. BanksJohn Lee HancockDavid O. RussellThe Coen BrothersAmerican HustleInside Llewyn DavisTweetShareGoogle+EmailView the discussion thread. Related Content Statham is back and packing more action By Daniel Starks & Alice Reese • Nov 29, 2013 Jason Statham joins James Franco in a new novel-based movie, Homefront. Texas' own McConaughey returns for new movie By Daniel Starks & Alice Reese • Nov 8, 2013 Matthew McConaughey, raised in Longview, Texas, is returning to the Lonestar State for the new movie, Dallas Buyers Club. Schwarzenegger, Stallone team up in new action thriller By Daniel Starks & Alice Reese • Oct 25, 2013 Daniel Starks / KETR The Terminator and Rambo are teaming up in the newest action thriller from Mikael Håfström. Cumberbatch is back, but as a villian or a hero? By Daniel Starks & Alice Reese • Oct 18, 2013 KETR Benedict Cumberbatch is back on the big screen playing Julian Assange in The Fifth Estate. Based on a true story, this movie brings to light the story behind WikiLeaks and its founders. Were they heroes, or traitors? Timberlake gambles with his life in new thriller By Daniel Starks & Alice Reese • Oct 11, 2013 KETR Justin Timberlake, while he may be a comedian with great singing talent, shows his serious side in the new thriller, Runner Runner. Starring Timberlake and Ben Affleck, this new movie is sure to get your attention, but according to Alice Reese, it may not hold it for long.