November 5, 2004
Jude Law Is Really Hot

alfie.jpgIs the remake of Alfie any good? Who cares, when you get to salivate over the universally acknowledged eye candy that is Jude Law, rendering film critics woozy with his piercing blue eyes and razor-sharp cheekbones. A sampling:

The movie has only flattering things to say and is driven by images of Law looking never less than scrumptious.
Boston Globe

At any rate, Jude Law provides tasty eye-candy for an hour and a half.
The Guardian

The other ' who shall be known as M2 ' just wanted to see Jude Law's naughty grin and sea-blue eyes, and to appreciate how dazzling he would look in his slim-cut retro suits, and...
Seattle Times

Law seizes the moment -- delivering Alfie's racy monologues to the camera with charm, wit and enough sizzle to melt cold steel.
Rolling Stone

Millions of women would happily watch the aesthetically pleasing Jude Law read the phone book...
New York Post

...Jude Law's beauty and easy charm go a long way to softening the edges...Seducing the audience can't be hard work for Mr. Law. Certainly Mr. Shyer seems besotted by his star, and it's easy to see why...
New York Times

Law, with his elfin grin and just-unkempt-enough-to-be-adorable copper hair, is served up as such a tasty treat of a man that every leggy beauty on the street casts a longing look his way. The new Alfie is so irresistible that he hardly requires contempt.
Entertainment Weekly

This time he's a kinder, gentler (not to mention hotter) superficial, misogynistic, womanizing scoundrel...Perhaps he's simply too pretty on the outside to play someone so ugly on the inside.
Seattle Post-Intelligencer

Previously: Why Are These Men Smiling?

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