actor: Jude Law

All the Kings Men

This film is one of those which starts out pretty good, and gets worse as it goes. Willie Stark begins campaigning as a man who tells it like it is, and he cares for the "hicks" and little people. His aim is to be elected governor of Louisiana. With an evangelistic style for his political pulpit, [...]

The Aviator – Filtered

May 24, 2005

Dove Approved for Ages 12+

The Aviator is an incredibly well done biography which draws you into the life and mind of Howard Hughes. As a child, his mother scrubs him in the bathtub and makes him spell QUARANTINE, meanwhile telling him he is not safe [from germs]. This plays a huge part in his life when, as an adult, he is [...]

Lemony Snickets A Series of Unfortunate Events

April 26, 2005

Dove Approved for Ages 12+

What I liked: Jim Carrey is amazing in this film with the characters he plays. I really think he should get nominated for an Oscar for his performance as Count Olaf. The other actors were very good also, especially Meryl Streep as Aunt Josephine. The humor from the infant Sunny, the one who bites [...]

Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow – Edited

April 12, 2005

Dove Approved for Ages 12+

This was a very interesting movie. The movie was made without any real settings or backdrops. It was all made in front of a blue screen and all of the futurism and robots and everything in it were put in by a computer. Gweneth, Jude, and Angelina make this movie studded with stars. The movie has a [...]

I Heart Huckabees – Edited

April 12, 2005

Dove Approved for Ages 12+

I didn't really get this movie. But from what I gather, this movie is all about finding yourself and your true happiness. There are two "organizations" that are hired out to people who need "existential" help. What they do is follow you around and take notes on your life and eventually try to help [...]

Alfie

March 15, 2005
I don't really know where to start in reviewing this film. The entire premise is about a womanizing man who tries to have sex with any girl he can. He has no regard for them really, he just wants to satisfy his lust-filled needs. It is depressing to watch as Alfie goes from one woman to the next, [...]

Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow

January 25, 2005

Dove Approved for Ages 12+

"Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow" captures the feel of 1940s films very well. The camera angles, night shots and close-ups are typical of films of that era. Sky Captain and his army are called upon to save the world when hundreds of huge robots are sent to capture generators in almost every [...]

The Aviator

"The Aviator" focuses too much on Howard Hughes’ carnal cravings for young, beautiful, scantily clad women, and the film belabors his various obsessive disorders. According to the movie, Hughes regularly propositioned young women — even underage girls — for intimate encounters. He was [...]

Closer

This is the second movie in the last three weeks that I've reviewed with Jude Law portraying an sex crazed adult with a maturity level of middle school adolescent. The lives of Dan, Anna, Larry and Alice are all messed up, they have no moral compass and don't think twice about lying and cheating. [...]

I Heart Huckabees

A big part of this one is the barrage of filthy language, including more than 50 obscenities. Even before the opening credits, Albert vents with a string of f- and s-words. Add to that a crude sex scene when Caterina seduces Albert and the two disappear into a muddy marshland where they engage in [...]

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