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Name That Flick: Elizabeth Banks Edition

Welcome back to Name That Flick! The game where I list actors and you try to guess the movie that they’re in.

Today’s flick has a whole lot of old white guys, some of whom have sadly passed from this earth and into the great theater in the sky. I don’t know if that’s a tip or not, but let’s get this party started with the hysterical, the unsinkable, the beautiful Elizabeth Banks.

And let’s get the angels out of the way, because I really loved these actors and not having them around anymore makes me sad.

Ed Lauter

and Eddie Jones.

Michael O’Neill, thankfully, is still with us. He’s 70.

As is Michael Ensign, at the ripe young age of 77.

David McCullough is 88, and still with a twinkle in his eye.

William H. Macy is in this movie and he’s 71 now! Can you believe that? Where have the years gone?

I told you there were a bunch of grandads in this movie, and I have a couple more, believe it or not! (Have you guessed the movie yet?)

Chris Cooper is in it. He’s only 70 now.

Jeff Bridges is 71 and still headlining new shows. That’s flat-out amazing. The dude abides.

That’s all the old men! Figure it out yet?

What the hell, for the last one, let’s throw in someone born in the last half century!

Tobey Maguire. He’s a wee litto sprat at 46 years old.

And that’s the whole cast. One woman. Yikes, what a sausage fest. I’m glad we’ve come so far since the archaic days way back in ::checks notes:: 2003.

That’s your last clue.

And the flick is…

Seabiscuit!


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