Gere, Zellweger, Jones, and the other "Amos" guy, John C. Riley. I got a kick out of this flick. If, the show was as good as the movie, I would probably go see it. Of course editing can do a lot for a movie, this one was fun. Kind of surrealistic in its "tense", that is, seeing the theatrical interpetation of what was going on in the minds of the characters at any particular moment. I wasn't sure if I would like it at first, but once you got used to the presentation it was a lot of fun. Will see this one again as soon as I get a big screen tv.