Silver screen shots: … Saw “The Score” with Ankita this afternoon at Jack London. It’s adult entertainment (not sexy, but sober). Brando, De Niro and Norton play stand-in for the generations (“Greatest,” boomer and Gen X). The young folks, repped by Norton and Jamie Harrold (the foaming-at-the-mouth, “Gimme a Kaypro 64 and a working dial-tone and I can do anything” living-at-home-with-his-mom hacker), aren’t painted very flatteringly. Read generationally, the score is not about getting some French scepter out of a Montreal customs house; it’s a dot-com era allegory. Is that giving too much away? Angela Bassett? Not enough screen time. Cassandra Wilson? Not enough screen time. Mose Allison? Not enough screen time. Sensing a theme? … Trailers I saw? “Original Sin” (which was hotter a couple of years ago as “Mississippi Mermaid”), “Hardball” (Keanu Reeves coaching an inner-city baseball team — bleagh!) and “Rat Race” (Cuba Gooding Jr., Whoopi Goldberg — all the black Oscar winners you can shake a stick at).