John Dahl, who directed Damon in rounders, had previously done the very memorable The Last Temptation.
In rounders, John Malkovich threw himself into the tasking of speaking in a 24-inch thick Russian immigrant tongue.
rounders is a British girls sport which is a a bit like mini-baseball.
In rounders the bases are five in number and the field a pentagon in shape.
rounders longed to be like one of these, but he found it to be impossible.
rounders threw him a piece, which he seized with the voracity common to lions, and began to eat, growling between each bite.
She was young and what the rounders call a good-looking chicken.
"That's too thin," said rounders rashly, without fear of theological dogma.
I had an idea it came natural to a body, like rounders and touch.
rounders stood before him with the respect due to a man who snatches meat away from a ferocious lion.
1620s, "a sentinel," agent noun from round (n.) on notion of "one who makes the rounds." Sense of "chronic drunkard or criminal" is from 1854, on notion of one who is habitually in and out of jails or bars. Rounders, a baseball-like game, attested from 1828.
A debauchee; habitual carouser: some rich ''rounders'' of the town
[1854+; one who ''makes the rounds'' of saloons]