Captain Phillips Ending - You're Safe Now

Share this video on

What's Hot

What's New

Top Grossing

Top of the Chart

Recommend

Sly : I take the Oscars less seriously every year, when they overlook such amazing performances like this.

Garilee McGlumphry : I can't imagine the swarm of emotions the real Captain Phillips felt when he saw this scene, remembering what this felt like for real.

VHS : The woman that played O'Brien also deserves a ton of credit here. She must do this for a living or something because she handled this scene to a T... Hanks only acted around her. Still... all top notch work here from everybody.

TheCrunchySopa : Outstanding acting here by Tom. This may be the knockout scene that everybody remembers/talks about, *and rightfully so do not get me wrong*, but his performance was top-notch & believable throughout the whole dang movie. *at least in my opinion.

Gar96 : Cool fact, this nurse is an actual real life nurse with no acting qualifications or experience or anything, the film crew just told her to improvise treating Tom Hanks as if he was a real life patient.

Pranav Dhokre : Last time I cried this hard while watching Click (2006).

Trap Music Now. : Gonna go pick up some tampons for my eyes now.

dick3234 : Them acting skills man. Tom Hanks is a heavy weight.

Steven Vu : That's why Tom Hanks is my favourite actor of all time

buddhalove88 : I like how the medic is always saying "it's gonna be ok" when that was what one of the pirates would always say to him.  It gives it a different meaning...

Christopher Buckley : That nurse isn't an actress she's an actual Navy nurse who Paul Greengrass cast for this scene

sevensharp9 : "Captain, you're safe now" "Thank you" "You're welcome" Such mundane formalities become profound in extraordinary circumstances.

jcb561 : Anyone who has experienced severe trauma knows this feeling. Tom Hanks nailed it. He keeps drifting out of reality and she keeps pulling him back. This was hard to watch without feeling it.

Karin Yinyin : This was intense.

Ian LeGallo-Malone : When she asks if it's his blood and he mumbles "No, that's not mine.." It gives me chills every time.

aruzman : That second "thank you" hits you like a tonne of bricks.

Ben G : This is one of the finest pieces of acting I have ever seen. Hanks is just phenomenal.

Sir Psycho Sexy : I'm not the type to cry at movies very often, but every time I see this scene, even out of context, I always get choked up. Few Hollywood movies deal with the emotional and psychological fallout from violent events like a kidnapping, and I've yet to see another one that portrays a person in shock so brilliantly genuinely as Tom Hanks does here.

karthu1993 : How come the academy didn't nominate him for this movie? They gave one for Christian bale in American hustle which is nothing compared to Hank's in Captain Philips...

Giuseppe Ferrazza : One of the most powerful pieces of acting caught on film in YEARS!

aazo5 : You can clearly tell that Henry Jackman's music is heavily inspired by Hans Zimmer. The end of this piece is very similar to Time from Inception.

Andrew Johnson : Absolutely incredible performances from both hanks and the medic!

Canaan B : This scene alone should have landed him an Oscar. Some of the most realistic acting I've ever seen.

dosipov1 : I'm not going to lie. Period. This is definitely me at my last physical

Hooktail641 : "Tom Hanks claimed that the scene of Captain Richard Phillips' medical examination was improvised on the spot with real-life Navy Corpsman Danielle Albert, who was told to simply follow her usual procedure. However, Albert was so star-struck by Hanks that she froze during the first take. Hanks joked to her that he was supposed to be the one in shock for the scene" -IMDb

Skeptical Baby : Jesus f**king Christ this scene has me crying every single time. I can't believe this was improvised... Tom Hanks is such a master.

leonthesleepy : biggest oscar snub ever....

I'm just some Canadian guy and I say : He's safe.... why does this scene make me cry? :'(

kjl : "you're safe now" "thank you" "you're welcome" the tears start flowing

kmj2000 : I was fine the whole entire movie until this scene. Damn you Tom Hanks!

hilzanne47 : That nurse did a wonderful acting job. So believable and realistic, makes Hanks' performance feel extremely real as well.

Dayson Boon : Tom hanks is now officially my favorite actor.

wickedawesomehede : I truly believed that Tom was in real shock during that scene.. That level of acting is beyond amazing!

CHVRCHESFan 777 : How he wasn't nominated for an Oscar for this role I don't know, he deserved one based on this scene alone!!

Aegon Targeryan : Tom hanks ranks amongst the top 10 actors of all time imo.. He is my favorite actor in the whole hollywood thing, a humble and an intelligent human being, a master of the art of acting... No one will ever replicate what he had provided on cinema screens from the movie Big to Philadelphia to Forrest Gump, Saving Private Ryan, The Green Mile .... etc

Paul Collins : 69 people who disliked this are the family members of the pirates

RemusWolves : Anyone feel a lump in their throat at 0:30? "A little bit..."

Pinkamena Diane Pie : Anyone else cry?

D C : Every time. Every time I watch this scene, I cry. Every goddamn time. Dear God, what incredible acting.

cmndante : I think it's the detached, procedural nature of the nurse against the raw humanity of Hanks that makes this especially powerful. Especially profound when we consider the captain's heartbreaking vulnerability and the nurse's detached methodological approach as equally human

Joshua Bellis : Behind the scenes says They woman telling him at the end "You're gonna be ok" is mirroring the beginning where his wife asks "are you gonna be ok" But I personally think it acts as a tragic homage to the Somali Pirate leader who kept saying throughout the film "Everything will be ok..."

Jeff Noël : Even if the movie doesn't really rely on what really happened (according to the crew calling the captain a coward), it is still one of the most refreshing movies I've seen in 2013. Original storyline (compared to the rest of Holywood movies lately) along with massively skilled actors. Tom Hanks really nailed it in this scene and the medic did an awesome job too (even more, considering she's not an actress).

Jose A. Mendoza-Huijon : I can't stop smiling when I watch this. But not for any comedic reasons. But because of how real this scene feels. Tom Hanks really delivered that emotional punch. It's hard to believe that this scene belongs in a narrative film because watching Tom cry makes it feel more like a documentary. A truly great performance.

Khes Moon : The corpsman is so authentic in this scene. Even when a actress is good you can still tell she is acting but in this scene the acting is so good it seems like real life examination the way she delivers her lines and tone of voice authentic to the bone

Cody B : Hanks should've been nominated for these 2:30 alone. So powerful. That's masterful acting.

Joanna R : She should get an oscar for talking exactly like a real medic. How do they do that?

Krewlife_Yusuke : You cannot watch this ending without crying

Rob H : I hate to admit it but this ending actually brought tears to my eyes.  Anybody who's been in the military and was ACTUALLY in battle knows the adrenaline rush that comes with it.  After is was all over and I was finally safe, I broke down just like him.  This scene still makes the hairs on my arm stand up. 

J-F Bradley : One of the most realistic portrayals of shock I've ever seen. Incredible acting!

Omar Little : scenes like this.... why i love cinema... so amazing