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Video: The Best Films Of Jude Law's Birthday Boy
This is not a movie, but a series, but this epic masterpiece by Paolo Sorrentino starring Jude as the alternate Pope (who smokes, drinks Coca-Cola, and is interested in women) can be safely called Lowe's main work of this decade. The series looks voraciously: get ready to allocate several completely free days for it.
The Talented Mr. Ripley
A remake of the 1960 film with the participation of Alain Delon: in 1999, Jude played one of the main roles in the film based on the novel of the same name by Patricia Highsmith. The film with the participation of Matt Damon and Gwyneth Paltrow was filmed on the Neapolitan island of Ischia - and, despite the dramatic plot, I want to immediately move to the local beach.
Jude looks incredibly organic in historical characters - so it happened with this role of the cult character of Dr. Watson. For the first part of Sherlock Holmes, Lowe received nine million dollars in royalties, and the audience liked the film so much that it did not end with one picture. In 2021, we expect the third part to be released, so it's time to review the first two.
In this 1997 film, then still very young 25-year-old Jude, who at that time was not a world star, plays Alfred Bruce Douglas, a close friend and lover of Oscar Wilde (played by Stephen Fry). It is also worth reviewing this film for educational purposes - to learn more deeply the life story of the great writer and poet.
Perhaps not the most intelligent, but funny film of 2004 with the participation of Jude, after which a record number of women around the world began to go crazy over him. Fifteen years later, this is also a reason to see Lowe in his prime, when he was thirty-two.