Tag Archives: Alexander Skarsgard

Cinema Review – War on Everyone

Corrupt cops Terry (Alexander Skarsgard) and Bob (Michael Pena) celebrate their return from suspension by getting back to their old ways of extortion, bribery and generally breaking every law they can. When they cross paths with Lord Mangan (Theo James) however, it seems they have finally met their match. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – The Legend of Tarzan

It has been many years since Tarzan, now known as John Clayton (Alexander Skarsgård), left Africa to be with his one true love Jane Porter (Margot Robbie), but they are drawn back to the land where they met by a plot by the Emissary of the Belgian King Leon Rom (Christoph Waltz). Ostensibly, Tarzan is in Africa to investigate claims of slavery by George Washington Williams (Samuel L. Jackson), but when Jane is kidnapped by Rom and his mercenaries, Tarzan knows that there is a lot more going on in this land that he loves. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – The Diary of a Teenage Girl

Against the backdrop of San Francisco in the late 1970s, 15-year-old Minnie (Bel Powley) strikes up an affair with her mother’s boyfriend Monroe (Alexander Skarsgard). This opens Minnie up to a new world of experiences, but her almost compulsive desire to document her young life inevitably leads to her secrets being discovered. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – The East

Sarah (Brit Marling), an operative for an exclusive private security firm, lands her first undercover job; infiltrating The East, a group of eco-warriors and anarchists whose targets are high profile corporations. Once she is accepted into the group, however, she realises that the company she works for may not be protecting the right people. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – Battleship

Aliens land in the Pacific Ocean as the world naval exercises take place. The Marines investigate these unknown objects in the water, but it soon becomes clear that if they are to save the world from this extra terrestrial threat, they will need all their wits and naval skills about them. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – Melancholia

Melancholia focuses on Justine (Kirsten Dunst) and Claire (Charlotte Gainsbourg) as they navigate the pitfalls of the planet Melancholia’s proximity to Earth as well as Justine’s doomed wedding reception, her marriage and her depression. Maybe this disaster was foretold, however, as the planet Melancholia is headed toward Earth on a collision course that sparks very different reactions from our cast. Continue reading

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