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Harry Potter and the Prizoner of Azkaban (2004) Alan Rickman as Prof. Severus Snape

I want Alan Rickman to call me up & tell me this every day

I've always adored Alan Rickman...he was fantastic as Severus Snape. He was Snape.

A guy in a kilt is hot. Alan Rickman is hot. It can't get better than this!

the first show I watched of alan rickman, "Robin Hood Prince of Thieves" He is the best ever! "I will carve your heart out with a spoooooon"

You know, I always thought the 8th Doctor looked a bit like Alan Rickman...and Snape is avoiding eye contact....

Alan Rickman - I like him better with the long hair. He looks like he knows how to do some VERY bad things.

I hate Snape but that last scene with him in the boathouse and his memories...oh it gets me every time (only in the movie though, i give all the credit to Alan Rickman)!

I'd forgotten about this film. Not half as cheerful as the poster suggests. Watched it first when I was 17 and decided then that one day I would marry Alan Rickman.

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Galaxy Quest - for Trekkies and Star Wars fans alike this movie will hit a chord. I'm a Trekkie, so this movie is funny and poignant on so many levels. Good performances all around with special mention for Alan Rickman, Sam Rockwell, and Justin Long, Rockwell having several of the more memorable lines in the movie.

Alan Rickman as Severus Snape, 1-8 With lips permanently curled in derision, and a voice like satin soaked in bile, this Welsh-Irish character actor was J.K. Rowling's choice to incarnate Snape. Honestly, who else? Rickman, 64, achieved his first and lasting prominence on stage as the maleficent Valmont in Les Liaisons Dangereuses, and on screen as the purring baddie Hans Gruber in the first Die Hard. Snape, a Hogwarts classmate of Harry's sainted parents, and the Potions teacher in the first...

“Acting is about giving something away, handing yourself over to whatever role you are asked to play. I’m not hiding or escaping or seeking anonymity. I reserve the right not to have a rubber stamp on my forehead saying this is who I am. Because who I am gets in the way of people looking innocently at the parts I play.” -Alan Rickman