SGU - Dr. Nicholas Rush
Once Upon A Time - Mr. Gold/Rumpelstiltskin
Hamish Macbeth - Hamish Macbeth
The Last Enemy - David Russell
Trainspotting - Begbie
The Full Monty - Gaz
California Solo - Lachlan MacAldonich
Summer - Shaun
Go Now - Nick
I Know You Know - Charlie
28 Weeks Later - Don
The 51st State - Felix DeSouza
Plunkett & Macleane - Plunkett
Ravenous - Col. Ives / F.W. Colqhoun
Face - Ray
James Bond The World Is Not Enough - Renard
Marilyn Hotchkiss' Ballroom Dancing & Charm School - Frank Keane
To End All Wars - Maj. Ian Campbell
Can't decide, he is great in anything.
Other role,please post your choice.
Yea, the movie didn't really work out well. I could never figure why Durza was afraid of the king? If Durza had all those powers, the reason must have been cut out, or something, like a lot of things in that film?
The movie was too short, there were a lot of things from the book missing. Nowadays movies are often 2 and a half hours or more, and that had one and a half.
Oh, and another problem I had with this movie was Brom's horse. A horse of this breed would never be able to run that fast over such a long distance
And now I've finished my last coffee and go to bed, good night!
Good night Cairi, I was gone a while with the neighbor stopping bye to visit.
Why am I not surprised that Cairi noticed the horses? Some movies are really funny when you know about the subject or the place they are filmed.
That could be the subject of another thread, great movie mistakes. Probably got one already.
I didn't like the Eragon book and I liked the movie tons (yes, I know I'm weird )
[QUOTE=BamBoo;12891070]Are those from 'Safe'. Have you ever watched it? I used to see it in IMDB and it seems interesting.
SAFE???????? HUH???? That title isn't on his imdb list: http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0001015/ Please tell us something about it. I've never heard of it.
I think they're from 'Safe' http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0108022/
Ooooooh, that's the one were he lived on the street for a week to get a feel for what it's really like.
"Safe is Antonia Bird's hard-hitting, painful but worthwhile look at a group of homeless young people in London. Her subjects are not sentimentalized nor are they viewed as victims. The film raises the painful question of what a compassionate society can do for people who just can't make it. The performances are uniformly strong with an especially good portrayal by Robert Carlyle of an alcoholic Scot given to self-mutilation. This is not a feel-good movie and leaves the viewer with more questions than answers."
We'll have to put the feelers out and see if someone out there can come up with this one, 'Safe'. I wonder about the person on YouTube, 'weegieburd' who came up with the missing HM episode.
Yes, it is pitiful, I have been grinding away on the computer all day, practically! I'm procrastinating on GW and FB when I can't think of my next move with this project of mine!
"Safe" is not on the IMDB list but on another list http://sites.google.com/site/robertcarlyleobe/roles