win a poster from ‘The Proposition’ (now closed)
NOW CLOSED. WINNERS: Sharon, David, and Monica. Click through for their winning captions.
WIN: one of three posters from The Proposition
HOW: write a funny caption for an image from the film
THE RULES: If you have not won a prize in one of my caption contests or gimme giveaways in 2006*, and you have a United States mailing address, you’re eligible to win. If one or both of those rules exclude you but you’re moved by the muse of comedy, feel free to send me a caption anyway — you might get an honorable mention… but let me know you’re entering only for fun. (*Micropatrons who’ve snagged some exclusive micropatron goodies are eligible to win one of these prizes.)
Oh, two more simple rules: 1) Be clever, be original, make me giggle. 2) One entry per person.
The new Australian revisionist Western flick The Proposition, starring Guy Pearce and Emily Watson and written by Nick Cave, opens today in New York and Los Angeles, and to celebrate, I’ve got three posters from the film to give away, courtesy of First Look Films. Here’s the scoop on the set from First Look:
Set against the harsh and unforgiving landscape of the 1880s Australian outback, The Proposition is a visually stunning tale of loyalty, revenge and the quest for justice in a lawless land. Charlie Burns (Guy Pearce) is a renegade. Along with his two brothers, Arthur (Danny Huston) and Mikey (Richard Wilson), he is wanted for murder. When Captain Stanley (Ray Winstone) captures Charlie and Mikey, he offers Charlie a proposition in an attempt to end the brutality that surrounds them — the only way to save Mikey from the noose is for Charlie to track down and kill Arthur, his psychotic older brother. An impossible moral dilemma leads to a murderous climax.
Visit the official site.
Read review of the film.
To enter to win a poster, send a funny caption for this still from the film:
Sharon’s winning caption: “Oh, no, no going back on the deal…you promised THIS time you would be Bones and I could be Scotty…so get ready for me to beam you up, laddie!”
David’s winning caption: “Durnit, I said explain Memento’s plot t’me!!!”
Monica’s winning caption: “Okay, man, I promise–I promise, no more Brokeback jokes!!!!”
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