Tom Hanks handed a couple $25 to refund the price of their movie tickets when they told him they didn't like his latest film, Larry Crowne. Hanks was filling up his car at a gas station near his home in Pacific Palisades, California, when a couple at a nearby pump spotted him and told him they'd seen his movie. When Tom asked what they thought, the man decided honesty was the best policy and admitted it "'wasn't that good." His wife added that Tom was their favorite star and that they'd come to expect more from him. The National Enquirer reported that Hanks replied, "Gee, I'm sorry you were disappointed, how about letting me refund your ticket money?" He then handed them $25. Apparently the woman didn't want to take the money, but her husband had no qualms and pocketed the cash. Hanks not only starred in Larry Crowne -- he co-wrote the script and directed it. Although the film, which co-stars Julia Roberts, wasn't a big box office hit, it made over $35 million from ticket sales -- $5 million more than it cost to make.