Tagged: Jude Law

Movie Review: ‘King Arthur: Legend of the Sword’

"King Arthur: Legend of the Sword" is a noble attempt to breath some new life into its classic story, but is ultimately a mess of a movie.

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Movie Review: ‘Spy’

Aided by a top notch ensemble, Melissa McCarthy reteams with her 'Bridesmaids' director, Paul Feig, to offer up one of the most enjoyable popcorn flicks of the summer.

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Review: ‘Dom Hemingway’

'Dom Hemingway' is easily one of Jude Law's best performances in years. Scott Youngbauer reviews Richard Shepard's black comedy

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Review: ‘Side Effects’ May Include Depression and Plot Twists

Hiko Mitsuzuka finds Steven Soderbergh's latest to be an old-fashioned murder mystery disguised as a paranoid commentary on pharmaceutical monopolies.

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Review: ‘Rise of the Guardians’ and the Holiday Family Flick

Ian Murphy reviews Rise of the Guardians, a future staple for family holiday viewing.

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Review: ‘Anna Karenina’

Scott Youngbauer calls Anna Karenina "one of the most beautiful films of the year."

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Favorite Disabled Characters In Film

In anticipation of The Sessions, Scott Youngbauer takes a look at some of the most iconic disabled characters in film.

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Review: ‘360’

The brilliance of Fernando Meirelles film 360 is, according to Scott Youngbauer, in the simplicity and audacity that it takes to make an unexpected life choice.

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Review: ‘Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows’

The second Robert Downey, Jr. version of Sherlock Holmes is just as much fun as the original, says Lauren Herstik. This time, Holmes takes his act to continental Europe.

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Review: ‘Contagion’

Steve Neumann takes a look at Contagion, which hits theaters tomorrow.

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Hunger Games Series: Cinna or Saint

Adam Spunberg and Savanna New break down the top contenders for the role of Cinna, Katniss's heroic fashion designer and friend, with help from The Hob's Gabby Vittoria and Pauline Hughes. The leading candidates could be Ewan McGregor, Jude Law, Hugh Dancy, James Marsden, Cillian Murphy, Logan Lerman, and hopefully NOT Adam Lambert.

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