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You Will Know My Name Is 'Dom Hemingway'

0 Comments · Wednesday, April 23, 2014
When we first encounter Dom Hemingway (Jude Law), he is addressing us while being “serviced,” if you will. It takes a moment for us to realize the nature of the “servicing” and the location, but it becomes quite clear that Dom is full of himself and enjoying the moment...  

Side Effects

0 Comments · Wednesday, February 6, 2013
On the cusp of a self-imposed retirement from moviemaking, Steven Soderbergh delves into psychological drama with screenwriter Scott Z. Burns (The Informant! and Contagion). Side Effects examine  

Anna Karenina

0 Comments · Wednesday, November 28, 2012
Anna Karenina latches onto the idea of life played out on a constantly shifting Old World stage — jazzed up with a sensual restlessness and humor to equate 19th century society and the theater as realm both subject to rules of order that cannot be circumvented.  

Rise of the Guardians

0 Comments · Wednesday, November 21, 2012
An evil spirit named Pitch (Jude Law) unleashes a full-out assault on the planet and it’s up to a team of Immortal Guardians to protect the children of the world in this animated adventure.  

Repo Men (Review)

0 Comments · Wednesday, March 24, 2010
'Repo Men' certainly looked like a throwaway actioner from a first-time director (Miguel Sapochnick), but for all its nods to 'Minority Report,' 'Videodrome,' 'Strange Days' and 'Equilibrium,' this dystopian tale about an organ retriever (Jude Law) who develops a conscience after losing his heart works nicely as a cautionary tale about loyalty that rips it up with the best of them. Grade: B.  

Sherlock Holmes (Review)

Guy Ritchie, Robert Downey Jr. and Jude Law try on a historical bromance

0 Comments · Tuesday, December 22, 2009
Bromance is alive and well in Guy Ritchie's rather popular adaptation of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's beloved detective Sherlock Holmes. Robert Downey Jr. trades quips and quibbles with an astute and reliable Jude Law as Dr. Watson, so there are levels of intrigue beyond the shiny surface. Grade: B-.