Alexander Skarsgård

Film Review: The Aftermath (UK/USA/Germany, 2019) accepts its predictable nature and performs more than adequately

April 11, 2019

One only needs to look at the poster art for James Kent‘s postwar-set romance The Aftermath to gage the triangle of transgression that will unfold over the course of the film’s 108 minute running time.  In fact, the surface level of the Joe Shrapnel/Anna Waterhouse-penned script practically begs you to accept the predictable turn of events, […]

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First Impressions: HBO’s Big Little Lies is rich, addictive television

February 15, 2017

Never forgive.  Never forget. If there’s one mantra the characters of Big Little Lies live by, it’s that.  Shrewdly written by TV veteran David E. Kelly, HBO’s new seven-arc mini-series is a deliciously wicked slice of suburban slaughter where it’s what’s on the outside that matters most. Based on Australian novelist Liane Moriarty’s best-selling prose, […]

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Film Review: The Legend of Tarzan (M15+) (USA, 2016)

July 4, 2016

Tarzan is a character that I have enjoyed over the years. I’m far from a fanatic, but I did like the concept of a man living in the jungle, residing with its inhabitants to become one of them, as well as its fish-out-of-water plot. I grew up watching Greystoke: The Legend of Tarzan, Lord of the […]

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The Legend of Tarzan unleashes new trailer

March 18, 2016

The Legend of Tarzan has a new trailer featuring plenty of vine swinging by Alexander Skarsgård as the titular hero and Christoph Waltz coming off particularly well-cast as Clayton. Fans of the Disney classic will recognize some of the imagery here but there’s also some glimpses of some of the new directions the film will take the source material. Check it […]

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SXSW Interview: Alexander Skarsgård talks about working with John Michael McDonagh on War on Everyone

March 15, 2016

Directed by John Michael McDonagh, War on Everyone sees Alexander Skarsgård and Micheal Pena as two corrupt cops in Mexico City who blackmail and frame criminals for their own benefit. That is until they cross someone with more power than them. It’s funny and it’s crazy, and Larry caught up with Alexander Skarsgård and spoke about the […]

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