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Captain Phillips (film)

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Captain Phillips
Captain Phillips Poster.jpg
Theatrical release poster
Directed byPaul Greengrass
Produced by
Screenplay byBilly Ray
Based onA Captain's Duty
by Richard Phillips
Stephan Talty
Music byHenry Jackman
CinematographyBarry Ackroyd
Edited byChristopher Rouse
Distributed bySony Pictures Releasing
Release date
  • September 27, 2013 (2013-09-27) (NYFF)
  • October 11, 2013 (2013-10-11) (United States)
Running time
134 minutes[1]
CountryUnited States
  • English
  • Somali
Budget$55 million[2]
Box office$218.8 million[2]

Captain Phillips is a 2013 American biographical drama-thriller film directed by Paul Greengrass and starring Tom Hanks and Barkhad Abdi. The film is inspired by the true story of the 2009 Maersk Alabama hijacking, an incident during which merchant mariner Captain Richard Phillips was taken hostage by pirates in the Guardafui Channel led by Abduwali Muse.

The screenplay by Billy Ray is based on the 2010 book A Captain's Duty: Somali Pirates, Navy SEALs, and Dangerous Days at Sea by Richard Phillips with Stephan Talty. Scott Rudin, Dana Brunetti and Michael De Luca served as producers on the project. It premiered at the 2013 New York Film Festival,[3] and was theatrically released on October 11, 2013.[4] The film emerged as a box office success grossing over $218 million against a budget of $55 million. In 2014, Captain Phillips received six Academy Award nominations, including Best Picture, Best Adapted Screenplay and Best Supporting Actor for Abdi.[5][6]

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Richard Phillips takes command of MV Maersk Alabama, an unarmed container ship from the Port of Salalah in Oman, with orders to sail through the Guardafui Channel to Mombasa, Kenya. Wary of pirate activity off the coast of the Horn of Africa, he and First Officer Shane Murphy order strict security precautions on the vessel and carry out practice drills. During a drill, the vessel is chased by Somali pirates in two skiffs, and Phillips calls for help. Knowing that the pirates are listening to radio traffic, he pretends to call a warship, requesting immediate air support. One skiff turns around in response, and the other – manned by four heavily armed pirates led by Abduwali Muse – loses engine power trying to steer through Maersk Alabama's wake.

The next day, Muse's skiff, now fitted with two outboard engines, returns with the same four pirates aboard. Despite the best efforts of Phillips and his crew, the pirates secure their ladder to the Maersk Alabama. As they board, Phillips tells the crew to hide in the engine room and allows himself to be captured. He offers Muse the $30,000 in the ship's safe, but Muse's orders are to ransom the ship and crew in exchange for millions of dollars of insurance money from the shipping company. While they search the ship, Murphy sees that the youngest pirate Bilal does not have sandals and tells the crew to line the engine room hallway with broken glass. Chief Engineer Mike Perry cuts power to the ship, plunging the lower decks into darkness. Bilal cuts his feet when they reach the engine room, and Muse continues to search alone. The crew members ambush Muse, holding him at knifepoint, and arrange to release him and the other pirates into a lifeboat. However, Muse's right-hand man Nour Najee refuses to board the lifeboat with Muse unless Phillips goes with them. Once all are on the lifeboat, Najee attacks Phillips, forcing him into the vessel before launching the boat with all five of them on board.

As the lifeboat heads for Somalia, tensions flare between the pirates as they run low on the plant-based amphetamine khat and lose contact with their mother ship. Najee becomes agitated and tries to convince the others to kill Phillips. They are later intercepted by the U.S. Navy destroyer USS Bainbridge. Bainbridge's captain Frank Castellano is ordered to prevent the pirates from reaching the Somali coast by any means necessary. Even when additional ships arrive, Muse asserts that he has come too far and will not surrender. The negotiators are unable to change his mind and a DEVGRU SEAL team parachutes in to intervene, while Phillips makes an unsuccessful attempt to escape from the lifeboat before being quickly recaptured and repeatedly beaten by Najee.

While three SEAL marksmen get into positions, Castellano and the SEALs continue to try to find a peaceful solution, eventually taking the lifeboat under tow. Muse agrees to board Bainbridge, where he is told that his clan elders have arrived to negotiate Phillips's ransom. In the lifeboat, Phillips prepares a goodbye letter to his wife in case he is killed, while Najee decides to take full control. Najee spots Phillips writing the letter and beats him further. Phillips retaliates by wrestling Najee until Bilal subdues Phillips by striking him in the back with his AK-47, injuring him. Najee convinces Bilal and Elmi that Phillips must be killed. The pirates tie up and blindfold Phillips, leaving him to say his final goodbyes. As the pirates prepare to shoot Phillips, Bainbridge's crew stops the tow, causing Bilal and Najee to lose balance. This gives the marksmen three clear shots and they simultaneously kill all three pirates. Muse is arrested and taken into custody for piracy. Phillips is rescued from the lifeboat and treated. Although in shock and disoriented, he thanks the rescue team for saving his life.


Tom Hanks (left) portrayed Richard Phillips (right).

Maersk Alabama crew and allies:

Pirates and allies:

  • Barkhad Abdi as Abduwali Muse, pirate leader
  • Barkhad Abdirahman as Adan Bilal
  • Faysal Ahmed as Nour Najee
  • Mahat M. Ali as Walid Elmi
  • Mohamed Ali as Assad
  • Issak Farah Samatar as Hufan
  • Idurus Shiish as Idurus
  • Azeez Mohammed as Dawoud
  • Nasir Jamas as Eko

US Navy and allies:



Sony Pictures optioned the film rights shortly after the publication of Richard Phillips' memoir A Captain's Duty in 2010. In March 2011, actor Tom Hanks attached himself to the project after reading a draft of the screenplay by Billy Ray.[10] Director Paul Greengrass was offered the helm of the untitled film adaptation during the following June.[11] A worldwide search subsequently began to find the film's supporting Somali cast. From this search, Barkhad Abdi, Barkhad Abdirahman, Faysal Ahmed, and Mahat M. Ali were chosen from among more than 700 participants at a 2011 casting call at the Brian Coyle Community Center in Cedar-Riverside, Minneapolis. The four actors were selected, according to search casting director Debbie DeLisi, because they were "the chosen ones, that anointed group that stuck out."[12]

Producers visited the National Navy UDT-SEAL Museum to see the bullet-scarred, five-ton fiberglass lifeboat aboard which the pirates held Capt. Phillips hostage so that they could accurately re-create the boat and interiors for the set.[N 1] They were also able to view an example of the Boeing Insitu ScanEagle UAV used to monitor the crisis,[14] as well as the Mark 11 Mod 0 (SR-25) sniper rifle (the type used by the U.S. Navy SEALs), both also on display at the museum.


Principal photography for Captain Phillips began on March 26, 2012.[15] Filming took place off the coast of Malta in the Mediterranean Sea.[4][16] Nine weeks were spent filming aboard the <i>Alexander Maersk</i>, a container ship identical to the Maersk Alabama; it was chartered on commercial terms.[17] The USS Truxtun, an Arleigh Burke-class destroyer and sister ship of USS Bainbridge, served as a set piece in the film.[18]


The film score to Captain Phillips was composed by Henry Jackman.[19] A soundtrack album for the film was released in physical forms on October 15, 2013 by Varèse Sarabande.[20] Additional songs featured in the film include:[21]


Box office

Captain Phillips grossed $107.1 million in North America and $111.7 million in other countries for a worldwide total of $218.8 million, against its budget of $55 million.[2] It made a net profit of $39 million, when factoring together all expenses and revenues for the film.[22]

The film grossed $25.7 million in its opening weekend, finishing second place at the box office behind Gravity ($43.2 million).

Critical reception

Captain Phillips premiered on September 20, 2013, opening the 2013 New York Film Festival. The film was praised for its direction, screenplay, production values, cinematography, and the performances of Tom Hanks and Barkhad Abdi.[23][24][25] On Rotten Tomatoes, the film has an approval rating of 93% based on 263 reviews, with an average rating of 8.3/10. The website's critical consensus reads, "Smart, powerfully acted, and incredibly intense, Captain Phillips offers filmgoers a Hollywood biopic done right — and offers Tom Hanks a showcase for yet another brilliant performance."[26] On Metacritic, the film has a score of 83 out of 100, based on 48 critics, indicating "universal acclaim".[27]

The film was nominated for four Golden Globe Awards, including Best Picture (Drama), Best Actor in a Drama (Hanks), Best Supporting Actor (Abdi) and Best Director (Greengrass).[28] It did not win in any of the categories.[29] The film was also nominated for nine British Academy Film Awards, including Best Film, Best Direction (Greengrass), Best Actor (Hanks), Best Supporting Actor (Abdi), and Best Adapted Screenplay.[30] Abdi won the film's only award for Best Supporting Actor.[31] The film was also nominated for six Academy Awards; Best Picture, Best Supporting Actor (Abdi), Best Adapted Screenplay, Best Film Editing, Best Sound Mixing, and Best Sound Editing.[5] It did not win in any of the categories.[6]

Film critic Top Ten lists

Various American critics have named the film as one of the best of 2013.[32]

Home media

Captain Phillips was released on Blu-ray Disc and DVD on January 21, 2014.[33]


Award Category Recipient(s) Result Ref.
AACTA International Awards Best Film Captain Phillips Nominated [34]
Best Direction Paul Greengrass Nominated
Best Actor Tom Hanks Nominated
Academy Awards Best Picture Scott Rudin, Dana Brunetti and Michael De Luca Nominated [5][6]
Best Supporting Actor Barkhad Abdi Nominated
Best Adapted Screenplay Billy Ray Nominated
Best Film Editing Christopher Rouse Nominated
Best Sound Editing Oliver Tarney Nominated
Best Sound Mixing Chris Burdon, Mark Taylor, Mike Prestwood Smith and Chris Munro Nominated
Alliance of Women Film Journalists Best Actor in a Supporting Role Barkhad Abdi Nominated
Best Screenplay, Adapted Billy Ray Nominated
Best Editing Christopher Rouse Nominated
American Cinema Editors Best Edited Feature Film – Dramatic Christopher Rouse Won [35]
American Film Institute Top Ten Films of the Year Captain Phillips Won [36]
American Society of Cinematographers Outstanding Achievement in Cinematography in Theatrical Releases Barry Ackroyd Nominated
Art Directors Guild Excellence in Production Design – Contemporary Film Paul Kirby Nominated [37]
Black Reel Awards Best Supporting Actor Barkhad Abdi Won [38]
Best Breakthrough Performance – Male Barkhad Abdi Won
British Academy Film Awards Best Film Captain Phillips Nominated [30][31]
Best Director Paul Greengrass Nominated
Best Actor in a Leading Role Tom Hanks Nominated
Best Actor in a Supporting Role Barkhad Abdi Won
Best Adapted Screenplay Billy Ray Nominated
Best Cinematography Barry Ackroyd Nominated
Best Original Music Henry Jackman Nominated
Best Editing Christopher Rouse Nominated
Best Sound Captain Phillips Nominated
Casting Society of America Big Budget Drama Francine Maisler and Donna M. Belajac Nominated [39]
Chicago Film Critics Association Best Supporting Actor Barkhad Abdi Nominated [40]
Most Promising Performer Barkhad Abdi Nominated
Cinema Audio Society Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing – Motion Picture – Live Action Chris Munro, Mike Prestwood Smith, Chris Burdon, Mark Taylor, Al Clay, Howard London and Glen Gathard Nominated [41]
Detroit Film Critics Society Best Director Paul Greengrass Nominated [42]
Best Actor Tom Hanks Nominated
Best Supporting Actor Barkhad Abdi Nominated
Directors Guild of America Awards Outstanding Direction – Feature Film Paul Greengrass Nominated [43]
Empire Awards Best Film Captain Phillips Nominated [44]
Best Thriller Captain Phillips Nominated
Best Actor Tom Hanks Nominated
Best Director Paul Greengrass Nominated
Best Male Newcomer Barkhad Abdi Nominated
Golden Globe Awards Best Motion Picture – Drama Captain Phillips Nominated [28][29]
Best Actor – Motion Picture Drama Tom Hanks Nominated
Best Supporting Actor – Motion Picture Barkhad Abdi Nominated
Best Director Paul Greengrass Nominated
London Film Critics Circle Actor of the Year Tom Hanks Nominated [45][46]
Supporting Actor of the Year Barkhad Abdi Won
Director of the Year Paul Greengrass Nominated
Motion Picture Sound Editors Best Sound Editing: Sound Effects & Foley in a Feature Film Oliver Tarney Nominated [47][48]
Best Sound Editing: Dialogue & ADR in a Feature Film Oliver Tarney Won
Online Film Critics Society Best Actor Tom Hanks Nominated [49]
Best Supporting Actor Barkhad Abdi Nominated
People's Choice Awards Favorite Dramatic Movie Captain Phillips Nominated [50]
Producers Guild of America Awards Best Theatrical Motion Picture Captain Phillips Nominated [51]
San Diego Film Critics Society Best Actor Tom Hanks Nominated [52]
Best Adapted Screenplay Billy Ray Nominated
Best Editing Christopher Rouse Won
San Francisco Film Critics Circle Best Supporting Actor Barkhad Abdi Nominated
Best Editing Christopher Rouse Nominated
Satellite Awards Best Film Captain Phillips Nominated [53]
Best Director Paul Greengrass Nominated
Best Actor – Motion Picture Tom Hanks Nominated
Best Adapted Screenplay Billy Ray Nominated
Best Sound Captain Phillips Nominated
Screen Actors Guild Awards Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Leading Role Tom Hanks Nominated [54]
Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Supporting Role Barkhad Abdi Nominated
St. Louis Gateway Film Critics Association Best Supporting Actor Barkhad Abdi Nominated [55]
Best Adapted Screenplay Billy Ray Nominated
Best Scene The scene near the end of the film when Phillips is being checked out by military medical personnel and breaks down. Nominated
USC Scripter Award USC Libraries Scripter Award Richard Philips, Stephan Talty and Billy Ray Nominated [56]
Washington D.C. Area Film Critics Association Best Adapted Screenplay Billy Ray Nominated [57]

Historical accuracy

Capt. Phillips was held captive in the lifeboat by pirates for five days.
Capt. Phillips was held captive in the lifeboat by pirates for five days.

In a New York Post article, some of the crew members of the Maersk Alabama accused the film of being inaccurate in facts and the portrayal of Phillips, claiming that Phillips was not as heroic as the film depicts him.[58] Mike Perry, the chief engineer of the Maersk Alabama, also asserted in a CNN interview that the film does not tell the true story.[59]

The film's director Paul Greengrass publicly stated that he "stands behind the authenticity of Captain Phillips," despite complaints of inaccuracy with how the film portrays the events surrounding the hijacking, and "at the end of the day, it is easy to make anonymous accusations against a film [...] but the facts are clear [...] Captain Phillips' ship was attacked, and the ship and the crew and its cargo made it safely to port with no injuries or loss of life [...] That's the story we told, and it's an accurate one."[60] Phillips' first mate Shane Murphy stated in an interview with Vulture published on October 13, 2013 that he was satisfied with how the movie portrayed both Phillips and him, and stated that he was only disappointed that the film didn't show footage of the crews' families at home or the President's comments on the hijacking.[61]

The visual blog Information is Beautiful deduced that, while taking creative licence into account, the film was 81.4% accurate when compared to real-life events and called it "pretty accurate".[62]

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