Tom Hanks apparently paid a couple in the US back after they told him they hadn't really enjoyed Larry Crowne. We're already writing to Guy Ritchie now...
News reaches us that Tom Hanks has set a new precedent that all other actors and directors should follow. No, I'm not talking about the quality of his films, which seems to have been dropping steadily since he pranced across a big piano in Big, but his response to a couple of people who weren't overjoyed by his latest offering.
According to the National Enquirer, Hanks met a couple in Los Angeles who had just seen his latest flop Larry Crowne and told him they hadn't really liked it (and rightly so, it was rubbish). Hanks is then alleged to have apologised to the couple and then refunded their ticket money to the tune of $25.
In which case, we'd like to see similar ticket recuperation schemes for the following films that I have spent good, hard, honest money paying to see.
Dinner for Scmucks
I Love You, Man
The Love Guru
Indiana Jones and the Kingdown of the Crystal Skull
Any of the Transformers
Any of the American Pies
Anything by Guy Ritchie
I shall be adding to this list as I recollect further cinematic offences.