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Reviews Featuring Jude Law
Excellent performances, wonderful cinematography, observant direction, its 'pseudo-film noir feel, and a great soundtrack combine to make this one of the best films of recent years. This is a gangster film that can make you cry, but dont bother watching if youre just looking for a traditional gangster shoot-em-up because youll be disappointed this story of relationships runs much deeper than that.
This is a reasonably sound sci-fi fantasy, but hardly the great masterwork that was promised.
A classically crafted Civil War epic with actions and ideas aplenty - but not enough to fill its excessive length.
A reasonable movie, but one thats steeped in irrelevance.
Great visuals shame about the story.
This intelligent and quirky trip beneath the surface of human existence is either a profound marvel or a meaningless absurdity but either way, thats life, and aint life funny!
Intimacy both attracts and repels in this smart, modern and biting treatment of love's endless merry-go-round.
Youll find nothing unfortunate about going to see this dark, fun, horror-for-kiddies.
David Cronenbergs delve into a grimy video game world has lots of plus points, but isnt quite as good as it should be. Stick to Super Mario.
Heath Ledger's final performance will bring this reasonable movie more attention than it probably deserves.
Guy Ritchie does a decent job at reinventing Sherlock Holmes as a modern action hero with the help of excellent performances from Robert Downey Jr. and Jude Law.
Intelligent, entertaining and unsentimental, Contagion is a skillfully put together apocalyptic tale that loses momentum slightly towards the end.
More of the same from Robert Downey Jr. and company as Ritchie takes the spirit of Sherlock Holmes and gives it a modern twist. A fun watch but sometimes the special effects need to be toned down a little.
Hugo looks exquisite and the plot is as mature and engaging as you'd expect from a Scorcese film but sometimes the cinematography is a little clichéd in its use. Good for kids, great for adults who love film.
Watchable but not good. 360 is a very unconvincing story of love and relationships strung together by a very forced concept.