Tuesday, March 20, 2007

What if movies were marketed on their character actors?

The underworld is no place for a lady, but for one woman, it’s the only place that feels like home.

In a world where no one can be trusted and the line between good and evil is negotiable, she must fight to maintain her dignity, her poise, and her position as the head of the British Secret Intelligence Service.

Don’t miss Dame Judi Dench as M in Casino Royale


In a land where a prince’s word can shatter all security, one man struggles to survive. Cursed by his very skin, he lives a life of suppliant slavery in the bowels of a torture chamber, his spirit torn between cheer and hopelessness.

He has resigned himself to spending the rest of his days feeding and cleaning the broken, until one day he meets a stranger who has something that not even the prince can break. And he knows that life in the kingdom will never be the same.

Don’t miss the Albino in The Princess Bride


George Pappas had it all. A date every Friday night, a rent-controlled apartment, and a fulfilling job at a local New York City bookstore. But when his employer decided to take on corporate America, George found himself embroiled in a battle he did not choose to wage.

Now he must decide whether he will fight for what he loves, or go to the Nut Shop, where it’s fun.

Steve Zahn as George Pappas in You’ve Got Mail

3 comments:

madburns said...

ok, really wierd post. If any of the artistic/ poetic bones in my body were still in socket or unbroken, i might have a shot at appreciating this one...

Jess, i dont know your email, but need to get ahold of you on a somewhat urgent matter (though not an emergency). Would you mind emailing me at madburns@gmail.com or calling me on my cell at 951 733 6028?

thanks
burns

Holly said...

No one is as funny as you, Ms. Gates. You totally win round 483.

Sam I am said...

who are you?