Jeremy Irons Reviews, Interviews & More

Beautiful Creatures: Movie Review

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Beautiful Creatures – Alden and Alice (TOP)
There is absolutely no doubt in our minds that Warner Bros. produced Beautiful Creatures in order to feed the hungry teens who crave movies like Twilight. The two share a lot of the same elements, but the Richard LaGravenese-directed fantasy has something the original never had: a sense of humor about itself.

Interview: Jeremy Irons and Viola Davis on 'Beautiful Creatures'

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Beautiful Creatures – Jeremy Irons & Viola Davis
Beautiful Creatures writer/director Richard LaGravenese went the extra mile when he assembled the cast of his romantic fantasy film. His young leads are unknowns, with very little on their resume, but his supporting cast is filled with respected actors like Jeremy Irons and Viola Davis. In the film, Irons plays a dapper, over-protective uncle, and Davis is a...

Margin Call: Movie Review

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Simon Baker in Margin Call
First time feature length director, J.C. Chandor's Margin Call has all the trappings of a big hit: it's star-studded and ominous; its topic is potent and relevant, especially in the "Occupy Wall Street" days. But Margin Call is lacking one critical factor: consequence. No one truly fails in this film. Sure, executives lose their jobs but with their severances the tragedy of...

The Borgias: Season 1, Episode 8 – ‘The Art of War’ Recap

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In this weeks episode of The Borgias, titled “The Art of War,” Pope Alexander’s (Jeremy Irons) anxiety and dread hit a fever pitch as advancing French troops come knocking on the Vatican’s door. Lucrezia (Holliday Grainger) finally flees from her painful marriage to Giovanni Sforza but is taken by the French invaders as they head towards Rome. King Charles of France is conquered by...

Sundance 2011: Margin Call Review and Video Review

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Margin Call
Jason Reitman showed us both the business and human(e) side of lay-offs, showing us the state of the average worker, yet somehow managing to give us hope. W. showed us the ridiculousness of the Bush administration while George W. Bush while still in office. Fair Game showed us in a thriller how the truth is often lost in big corporations... And many more followed, all making...

Sundance 2011: Photos and Info For Dramatic Thriller 'Margin Calls'

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One of the highly anticipated film at this years Sundance Film Festival is first time writer/director J.C. Chandor's film Margin Calls, a dramatic thriller about an the economic collapse in 2008 and a group of financial investor 24-hours below everything fell apart. The film boosts an all-star cast of Kevin Spacey, Paul Bettany, Jeremy Irons, Stanley Tucci, Demi Moore...

Trailer: Showtime's The Borgias Channels The Tudors

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Earlier this year we saw the final season of the Showtime series "The Tudors." The show was never as popular as "Dexter" or "Weeds" but it had a solid audience who loved period drama and excessive nudity. There, we said it. If you're still yearning for risque entertainment with a side of history you should check out the network's newest show,...

Shakespeare Back on the Big Screen with the BEST CAST EVER

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"Your tale, sir, would cure deafness." Miranda, I.ii Wow, talk about getting all the greats onto one stage...set. Same difference. The Hollywood Reporter stated that Julie Taymor (Titus, Across the Universe), no stranger to Shakespeare will be taking on one of his greatest plays The Tempest and she's doing it...

Review: Appaloosa

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appaloose08-09-23
Unlike the 1950's, Westerns aren't plentiful in today's cinema. So when one does pop up you should be looking for two things. First off, it should consist of  a story that hasn't been done to death before. Secondly, it should leave you with a feeling of wanting to go saddle up a horse, strap on a six shooter, lower your hat, and ride off into the sunset. The new film Appaloosa...