Eddie Marsan

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May 6 2021

Wrath of Man (2021) – Movie Review

Author’s note: I have not seen Le Convoyeur, the film upon which Wrath of Man is based. With the exception of maybe one or three films in his 23-year career, I dig on Guy Ritchie movies. There’s nothing else like them. The way he moves his characters through seedy underworlds, his jukebox-style use of music, […]
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Jan 23 2020

The Gentlemen (2020) – Movie Review

The mere mention of “A Guy Ritchie Film” evokes differing reactions from everyone, whether casual fans or considered part of the cognoscenti. Most think immediately of his first two breakout feature films – Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels and Snatch. Both are wittily-written and cannily-directed stories based in London’s criminal underworld, dealing with unsavory types […]
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Jan 16 2015

Still Life

Merriam-Webster Online defines “still life” as either 1) a picture consisting predominantly of inanimate objects, or 2) the category of graphic arts concerned with inanimate subject matter. Thinking about writer/director Uberto Pasolini’s new film Still Life, I can’t think of a more appropriate title. For 92 minutes, we are immersed in the routine world of […]
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Aug 23 2013

The World’s End

The World’s End in one word: terrific. And now for the rest of the review… If you’ve ever listened to the blues, you’ll often hear the lead singer say “Bring it on home!” near the end of a song, as if to push his fellow musicians to go all-out with a glorious, crowd-pleasing climax. This […]
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