Thanks to Greg for the inspiration.
Huh? What's so mysterious about Jude Law?
It's a sort of joke...
who is dat. too obscure for me
Krauthammer, here's another hint: He was in Gattaca, but he's NOT Ethan Hawke or Uman Thurman.
Oh, man! I can't remember his name, but I'm pretty sure Sean Penn ordered us to believe he was "one of our finest actors..." At least, I think that's what Penn mumbled at the Oscars...
You guys are all wrong. Marilyn came pretty close in her first comment, though.
Good one, Kraut!You'll have to excuse me, Bill, but I can be deeply obtuse. Where's Greg when we need the identity of an obscure actor?
Deeply obtuse?? That's why I married her!!Wait, that doesn't work, does it?
You'd be surprised, Bill. Isn't that why George married Gracie?
Oh, Gracie wasn't really obtuse, was she? Anyway, I was hoping that "obtuse" would wind up sounding dirty by the end of my last comment, but it never happened. So sad.
Uman Thurman was really sexy in Harry and June.
thanks for the update fox
Boy, I'm out sick for a couple of days and everyone starts making fun of me. It would serve all of you right if I up and deleted Cinema Styles!
It would serve all of you right if I up and deleted Cinema Styles!Greg, I think you should know that Larry posted the above comment under your name. Gotta keep a close eye on that guy.Word verification: "mixers," which this blog certainly is!
When doesn't Larry delete a blog? It's not even a serious threat coming from that guy anymore. His newest, the Demarest, is already gone. I give up.
A world without Cinema Styles...... we can only dream.Just kidding, Greg.
I once heard a studio boss (on the radio - I wasn't in the same room as him) answer the question: Whatever happened to Jude Law's career? by saying "We thought he was a movie star - we were wrong."It's a cruel business.
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