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The Big White (Robin Williams)
« on: Jun 10, 2006 at 08:36 AM »
Title: The Big White (IMDb)
Starring: Robin Williams
Released: 13th June 2006
SRP: $26.99

Further Details:
Echo Bridge Home Entertainment has announced The Big White, which is scheduled for release on 13th June 2006. This relatively unknown title stars the likes of: Robin Williams, Holly Hunter, Giovanni Ribisi, Tim Blake Nelson, W. Earl Brown and Woody Harrelson, and is from British director Mark Mylod. The DVD itself will feature a photo gallery, both DTS and Dolby Digital soundtracks, and a behind-the-scenes featurette. We will have a review of this title very soon, but until then you can have a look at the Quicktime trailer, plot synopsis and somewhat blurred artwork below:

"Outstanding performances are delivered by an all-star cast in this quirky black comedy centered on Paul Barnell (Robin Williams), a down on his luck Alaska travel agent who's on the brink of bankruptcy and whose beloved wife, Margaret (Holly Hunter), is on the brink of insanity. So what's a nice guy with good intentions but bad business sense to do? The answer lies frozen in a dumpster outside of Barnell Great Escapes—a dead body Paul hopes to pass off as his long-lost brother Raymond (Woody Harrelson) and then collect on the life insurance.

"Unfortunately, investigator Ted Watters (Giovanni Ribisi) who's anxious to transfer back to the lower 48 with his girlfriend (Alison Lohman), isn't about to let Barnell walk away with a million bucks. Adding to Paul's avalanche of problems are two aspiring hit men-turned-kidnappers (Tim Blake Nelson and W. Earl Brown) and the stunning return of the supposedly dead Raymond, who now has an ax to grind with his brother. Desperation is running high in the big white, and if Paul is smart, he'll blow the snow, take the money and run…to South America."

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