Guess That Movie: LXII: Sweet and Lowdown

June 24th, 2003 by Richy B. Leave a reply »

Guess That Movie Round 62I knew I had been forgetting something non-work related (I’ve had that much to do at work, I’ve just been getting home and wanting to avoid the PC), and it’s the latest round of Guess That Movie!

Yep, Kymberlie R. McGuire correctly recognised Guess That Movie 61 as being taken from the movie “Fled”. But can you recognise the movie this screenshot has been taken from?

The rules: Just leave a comment with your name/alias, email address (for the prize givings) and the name of the movie you think this screen shot is taken from. If you guess that movie correctly, I’ll award you some points. Points start at 100 per image and decline over time (after the first 12 hours it goes down by 10 points, then down a further 10 points every 24hours after posting) – oh and wrong guesses have a 5 point penalty. But what good are points? Well, get 500 points and you can claim a £5 Amazon gift voucher/certificate for the Amazon store of your choice (£5 will be converted into the appropriate currency at the exchange rates displayed on at the time of claim) – so you can get free books, movies and music just by playing a simple FREE guessing game!

A: Sweet and Lowdown. Correctly guessed by Kymberlie R. McGuire

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  1. Sweet and Lowdown

  2. Sara says:

    Sweet and Lowdown 🙂

  3. He looks like a younger Swiss Tony.

  4. Dr G says:

    Any danger of a new image, Richy?

  5. Pat says:

    Is it Sean Penn in “Hurlyburly”? – yes I know that is TWO vowels, but as they are the same …

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