Posts Tagged ‘Sienna Miller’

DVD Debut: The Haunting in Connecticut, The Edge of Love

July 14, 2009

The Edge of Love
This week DVD Debut shacks up with Keira Knightley and Sienna Miller over on

Poet Dylan Thomas wrote ‘Do Not Go Gently Into That Good Night,’ memorably recited by Rodney Dangerfield in the comedy Back to School. During World War 2, the randy Welshman bed-hops between slutty wife Sienna Miller and old flame Keira Knightley. The triangle gets bent out of shape when Knightley’s boyfriend Cillian Murphy (28 Days Later) returns from the front. This British romance is slow to get going, ravishing to behold, and ultimately whiffier than Thomas after a night on the brandy.

Your Codpiece Awaits You, Mr. Crowe

March 28, 2009

russell-crowe1There are certain films which you can just smell the fear on. One of those is Ridley Scott‘s forthcoming Robin Hood film. The movie has had more changes of direction than David Bowie‘s career. It still doesn’t even have a title. Now it doesn’t even have star Russell Crowe‘s hair. He told WENN that it–like so much of the film–wasn’t working for him. So he’s decided to shear off the Nelson-like mane he grew to play Sir Robin of Locksley.

He says, “I just got sick of it. I made two movies working around the length of the hair–just for Robin Hood–and then, once we finally got the green light, and I knew that I had to click into the work-outs seriously, it didn’t suit any more.”

We admire Crowe’s commitment to the Method, but he needs to learn that there are wig-makers for a reason. Crowe has also poo-pooed the idea that he’ll be prancing around Sherwood Forest in tights. Rather, he’s going for the full Jethro Tull:

“Basically, the period we’re dealing with is 1198 to 1202 and tights weren’t invented for another 400 years. I do have a pretty nice, snazzy pair of leather pamts with a rather large cod-piece.”

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