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By Julie Scharper, The Baltimore Sun | January 29, 2014
Baltimore has been the backdrop for so many historic moments -- the writing of the Star-Spangled Banner, Edgar Allan Poe's last bar crawl. Now, we can add another to the list. It was here, in 2005, that the love triangle among British actors Daniel Craig, Jude Law and Sienna Miller came to a head. Craig was in Baltimore to shoot "The Invasion," a forgettable re-working of "The Body Snatchers," when he received an unforgettable call from Law. Law wanted to know why Craig was hooking up with his then-girlfriend, Sienna Miller.
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By Julie Scharper, The Baltimore Sun | January 29, 2014
Baltimore has been the backdrop for so many historic moments -- the writing of the Star-Spangled Banner, Edgar Allan Poe's last bar crawl. Now, we can add another to the list. It was here, in 2005, that the love triangle among British actors Daniel Craig, Jude Law and Sienna Miller came to a head. Craig was in Baltimore to shoot "The Invasion," a forgettable re-working of "The Body Snatchers," when he received an unforgettable call from Law. Law wanted to know why Craig was hooking up with his then-girlfriend, Sienna Miller.
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By MICHAEL SRAGOW and MICHAEL SRAGOW,SUN MOVIE CRITIC | January 6, 2006
In Lasse Hallstrom's refreshingly uninhibited Casanova, the title character contends that he doesn't conquer women: He submits to them. You'll submit to the exuberance and ease of the director's take on the swashbuckling 18th-century free-thinker and hedonist. This merry, mercurial picture handles elaborate japes lightly. Exploiting Venice for all its voluptuary glory - Rome sees the city as a moral cesspit, libertines see it as a haven - the beautifully engineered farce depicts clashing notions of love and female destiny and the way false identities can spark genuine delights.
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July 14, 2009
DVD Games The Edge of Love * (1 star) Starring Keira Knightley, Sienna Miller, Matthew Rhys, Cillian Murphy. Directed by John Maybury. Released by Image Entertainment. $27.95 (Blu-ray $35.95). It's so hard, being a poet. Or the wife of a poet. Or the childhood sweetheart of a poet. Or the husband of the childhood sweetheart of a poet. Such is the wisdom of The Edge of Love, a movie unfortunately as banal as its tagline, "The only thing more dangerous than war is love." Oh, really? Some soldiers on the front lines may disagree.
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July 14, 2009
DVD Games The Edge of Love * (1 star) Starring Keira Knightley, Sienna Miller, Matthew Rhys, Cillian Murphy. Directed by John Maybury. Released by Image Entertainment. $27.95 (Blu-ray $35.95). It's so hard, being a poet. Or the wife of a poet. Or the childhood sweetheart of a poet. Or the husband of the childhood sweetheart of a poet. Such is the wisdom of The Edge of Love, a movie unfortunately as banal as its tagline, "The only thing more dangerous than war is love." Oh, really? Some soldiers on the front lines may disagree.
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By Carina Chocano and Carina Chocano,LOS ANGELES TIMES | November 5, 2004
Things have changed since 1966, and Charles Shyer's remake of Alfie reminds us of just how much. The movie that introduced Michael Caine as a Cockney womanizer at the dawn of the Playboy era played like a warning label on the sexual revolution. Compared with the original, the new Alfie, which stars twinkly eyed Jude Law as a British limo driver in Manhattan, is a bright gumball skittering across a marble floor. We're meant to attribute the remake's decidedly chirpier, breezier tone to feminism and the all-around social progress of the intervening four decades.
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By Sloane Brown and Sloane Brown,Special to The Baltimore Sun | February 1, 2009
Lauren Dennis loves trendy fashion. The 26-year-old Reisterstown resident likes keeping an eye on celebrities, taking trends and adding her own "twist." Her fashion icon? "Sienna Miller, because I think she's free-spirited and does her own thing. You can tell she always feels good in what she's wearing." Our first thought when we "glimpsed" Dennis at the Festival of Woodholme? Sienna Miller, move over! Job:: Luxury Motors co-owner with her husband, Jason Dennis Self-described style: : "Definitely trendy, eclectic.
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By MICHAEL SRAGOW and MICHAEL SRAGOW,SUN MOVIE CRITIC | January 6, 2006
New York-- --Stockholm-born Lena Olin entered American movies 17 years ago with back-to-back masterpieces. She turned a bowler hat into a resounding erotic symbol as a Prague artist named Sabina in Phil Kaufman's The Unbearable Lightness of Being (1988). She won an Academy Award nomination for best supporting actress as an elemental, Holocaust-haunted New York immigrant in Paul Mazursky's Enemies, A Love Story (1989). Naturally, studio executives saw her as an heir to the Ingrid Bergman of Notorious - an actor who could send all the complications of Eros rippling to the surface without diluting their potency.
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January 5, 2006
Casanova This lush romantic comedy stars Heath Ledger as the legendary 18th-century ladies' man and Sienna Miller as the liberated lady who wins his unlikely devotion. R. Grandma's Boy This farce in the Adam Sandler vein stars Allen Covert as a 35-year-old video-game developer forced to live with his grandmother (Doris Roberts) and her friends (Shirley Jones and Shirley Knight). R. Hostel Follow the horrific journey of two Americans abroad and one wild man from Iceland. They go to a hostel in Bratislava, Slovakia, that's said to overflow with available women - and turns out to be a torture house.
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By Michael Sragow and Michael Sragow,Sun Movie Critic | February 16, 2007
How simultaneously wonderful and awful to be a muse! For Andy Warhol's prize protege Edie Sedgwick, it was wonderful for capturing the reckless beauty of her youth. But it was awful when she found she was a muse and nothing but a muse at a time when she needed true friends and people who might draw out her talent as well as her personality. Set largely in "the Factory," the headquarters for Warhol's Pop Art explosion, Factory Girl should be a bummer because it's almost all falling action.
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By Sloane Brown and Sloane Brown,Special to The Baltimore Sun | February 1, 2009
Lauren Dennis loves trendy fashion. The 26-year-old Reisterstown resident likes keeping an eye on celebrities, taking trends and adding her own "twist." Her fashion icon? "Sienna Miller, because I think she's free-spirited and does her own thing. You can tell she always feels good in what she's wearing." Our first thought when we "glimpsed" Dennis at the Festival of Woodholme? Sienna Miller, move over! Job:: Luxury Motors co-owner with her husband, Jason Dennis Self-described style: : "Definitely trendy, eclectic.
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By MICHAEL SRAGOW and MICHAEL SRAGOW,SUN MOVIE CRITIC | January 6, 2006
In Lasse Hallstrom's refreshingly uninhibited Casanova, the title character contends that he doesn't conquer women: He submits to them. You'll submit to the exuberance and ease of the director's take on the swashbuckling 18th-century free-thinker and hedonist. This merry, mercurial picture handles elaborate japes lightly. Exploiting Venice for all its voluptuary glory - Rome sees the city as a moral cesspit, libertines see it as a haven - the beautifully engineered farce depicts clashing notions of love and female destiny and the way false identities can spark genuine delights.
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By MICHAEL SRAGOW and MICHAEL SRAGOW,SUN MOVIE CRITIC | January 6, 2006
New York-- --Stockholm-born Lena Olin entered American movies 17 years ago with back-to-back masterpieces. She turned a bowler hat into a resounding erotic symbol as a Prague artist named Sabina in Phil Kaufman's The Unbearable Lightness of Being (1988). She won an Academy Award nomination for best supporting actress as an elemental, Holocaust-haunted New York immigrant in Paul Mazursky's Enemies, A Love Story (1989). Naturally, studio executives saw her as an heir to the Ingrid Bergman of Notorious - an actor who could send all the complications of Eros rippling to the surface without diluting their potency.
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By Carina Chocano and Carina Chocano,LOS ANGELES TIMES | November 5, 2004
Things have changed since 1966, and Charles Shyer's remake of Alfie reminds us of just how much. The movie that introduced Michael Caine as a Cockney womanizer at the dawn of the Playboy era played like a warning label on the sexual revolution. Compared with the original, the new Alfie, which stars twinkly eyed Jude Law as a British limo driver in Manhattan, is a bright gumball skittering across a marble floor. We're meant to attribute the remake's decidedly chirpier, breezier tone to feminism and the all-around social progress of the intervening four decades.
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By Erik Maza and The Baltimore Sun | September 10, 2011
I went to see Stevie Nicks the other week, and she was predictably great, enveloping the audience in her magic, as usual, if without the agitated brio of her heyday. I was thinking of Stevie as I watched Grace Potter and the Nocturnals perform on the pavilion stage Saturday. They're both brassy blondes with a penchant for soulful turns of phrases and old-fashioned rock, in particular the music of the early 70s. Only, if Stevie's favorite on-stage move is to play with her shawl, Potter's is to play with her hair.
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By CHRIS KALTENBACH and CHRIS KALTENBACH,SUN MOVIE CRITIC | October 14, 2005
Now we know we're hitting the big time: James Bond has been seen on the streets of Baltimore and will be stationed here for at least another few weeks. British actor Daniel Craig, set to be introduced as the next 007 at a London news conference today, has been in Baltimore since late last month. He's playing opposite Nicole Kidman in The Visiting, a film about invading aliens - it'll be the fourth screen adaptation of Jack Finney's 1955 novel, Invasion of the Body Snatchers - that is largely being filmed here and in Washington.
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