Catch me if you can is one of the most subtle, cleverly acted and well made films that Steven Spielberg has ever made over the course of his long and extremely successful filmaking career, which has already spanned numerous generations in the process. At it's core, Catch me if you Can is a story about finding one's identity, but most importantly, it sends the message of having two much of a good thing could most certainly ruin your life in certain ways. While Steven Spielberg's fantastic directing builds the movie, it is Tom Hanks and Leonardo DiCaprio's performances and chemistry together that drives the movie. But, despite this being a absolute fascinating movie, this is not for young children or even most tween's. It is Rated PG-13, as it should be: There is frequent sexual content which get's fairly graphic and passionate in some scenes, frequent profanity with uses of sh-t, g-dd-mn, ass, hell and one use of f--k. Also, there is frequent smoking as well. Well, if your a Leonard DiCaprio, Tom Hanks, Steven Spielberg or just plain film fan in general, you should probably enjoy this movie. I know I did.