Sketch o’the Week

December 15th, 2010 | Posted in Sketch O'The Week

It’s been a long time since I did a caricature of actor and nutcase Tom Cruise. Just watched the movie “Knight and Day”, which was watchable but a long way from good. I still can’t figure out where the “Day” in the title comes from… Cruise’s characters real surname is “Knight”, but I can’t think of any connection to a “Day”. Cameron Diaz‘s character’s name is June Havens. Ah well, the title makes about as much sense as the plot.

Comments

  1. Lou says:

    dia in Spanish means day….so maybe they linked Cameron’s last name “DIAz” to the Day in the title. That is the only link I could find, even tho the plural of dia is diaS. =)

  2. julio cesar naranjo says:

    Hi Tom its good to be back on your blog. Nice sketch i like very much the nose some square sides gives a strong look to the face. Take care and Merry Christmas to you and your family.

  3. Evgeny says:

    Nice sketch, Tom! I like it very much!
    Re: knight and day – there are two points.
    The first is the connection between the surname Knight and the actual meaning of the word KNIGHT. Mr. knight is a real knight in this film.
    The second is a pun in the title. If you pronounce the title “Knight and Day” all you hear will be “Night and Day”.

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