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10 years of Flick Filosopher: a Law of movie stardom

Who says Hollywood is in decline? (Okay, I guess I’ve said that more that once…) From my review of Enemy at the Gates:

When film fans complain that movie stars just ain’t what they used to be, I can only imagine that they have never seen Jude Law on film. True, Law looks like he stepped out of a magazine with a name like Silver Screen Idols, cover date September 12, 1942. But he emits that Golden Age radiance, too — a preternatural ease onscreen, a larger-than-life aura, a dazzling presence that evokes glorious black-and-white films about people wearing evening clothes and sipping martinis and making terribly witty observations about life. Law has It the way that Cary Grant had It.

review of Enemy at the Gates, posted 03.16.01

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