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Review: 'Dom Hemingway' makes a wreck of Jude Law and any enjoyment
Review: 'Dom Hemingway' makes a wreck of Jude Law and any enjoyment

No hint of the debonair playboy that earned Jude Law his first Oscar nomination for "The Talented Mr. Ripley" is found in the banged-up, bloated safecracker on the loose in "Dom Hemingway," a new black comedy that liberates the actor in strangely fascinating and weirdly repellent ways. Nary a trace of the wry Dr. Watson from "Sherlock Holmes" is in evidence. None of "Cold Mountain's" good-soldier sense of honor, which brought Law's second Oscar nomination, surfaces. Even his ultimate cad "Alfie" seems a sweetheart next to Dom. Law has embraced the lawless Dom so completely, disappeared so deeply, that it can be disconcerting...

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