'SOMETIMES ALWAYS NEVER'
HEARTFELT BILL NIGHY TRAILER
|The film will hit US cinemas in October|
his one already played in UK and Australian cinemas this June but will hit US ones in October. SOMETIMES ALWAYS NEVER
is a British comedy drama starring Bill Nighy
as Alan, a stylish tailor with moves as sharp as his suits. He has spent years searching tirelessly for his missing son Michael, who stormed out over a game of Scrabble. With a body to identify and his family torn apart, Alan must repair the relationship with his youngest son Peter and solve the mystery of an online player who he thinks could be Michael, so he can finally move on and reunite his family. The film is based on Triple Word Score story by Frank Boyce
The title refers to the Sometimes, Always, Never Three-Button Rule.
When wearing a suit with three buttons a man should sometimes button the
top button, depending on the style of the suit, always button the
middle button, and never button the bottom button.
Looks good! I'll watch for it in the fall.ReplyDelete
Hope it gets to CanadaDelete
Rather odd title, but the plot is simple and relevant to us all: family and loss.ReplyDelete
With the right humor and acting, it could be a gem.
I like the poster. The tailor looks good under the umbrella.
Yep, the title is explained at the end of the post, I've never heard of the expression myself before either.Delete
I'm actually pretty excited to watch this movieReplyDelete
Hope you manage to catch it somewhere!Delete
Scrabble can bring out the worst in people. I've had some heated games with my family in the past. Now, I just stick to Words With Friends, but have had some sore losers on there who will quit mid game if they aren't winning.ReplyDelete
Are bad words allowed in Scrabble?Delete
They are when I can make my own rules.Delete
That is the best plot ever. I love everything Scrabble related. Mark that on my calendar.ReplyDelete
October it is!Delete
He is one of my faves!ReplyDelete
We do like him!Delete