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Old 09-24-04, 09:12 AM   #1
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We rented a movie the other night called "Ladykillers" and there was one character that I thought looked very familiar but couldn't place who it was. After a while I realized that this guy looked exactly like Al Trautwig. I watched the credits and did not see his name. Just did a little looking on the web and it looks like the guy's name is J.K Simmons. Maybe it's just me but I would have sworn it was Al T...or his twin brother. Anyone else noticed this??

Here's a screenshot I took from the Ladykillers website.
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Old 09-24-04, 11:51 AM   #2
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That's JK Simmons alright, a great actor. He's currently in the HBO series 'Oz'.

http://www.hbo.com/oz/cast/character_schillinger.shtml

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That movie was effed up, good though!
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All I can say is that Ladykillers is one of the movies of the year.
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He also plays a shrink in Law & Order occasionally as well as Jameson in Spiderman.
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All I can say is that Ladykillers is one of the movies of the year.
Yes, it certainly was one of the movies of the year. There were also a couple other movies of the year. But which one was best?
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