Dom Hemingway
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  • Rated: R
  • Genre: Drama
  • Year: 2014
English DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1, Spanish DTS 5.1, French DTS 5.1
English SDH, Spanish, French


Jude Law steals the show as DOM HEMINGWAY, a larger-than-life safecracker with a short fuse — and a long memory — who sets off to collect what he’s owed after 12 years in prison. When his long-awaited payday goes awry, Dom tries to reconnect with his estranged daughter (Emilia Clarke), only to be tempted again to crack safes in a film that Entertainment Weekly calls "GRADE A."

Disc Information

**Theatrical Feature Blu-ray

**Promotional Featurettes
**Ping-Pong Loop
**Audio Commentary by Richard Shepard
**Theatrical Trailer

**Digital HD

Cast & Crew

Jude Law ... Dom Hemingway
Richard E. Grant ... Dickie
Demian Bichir ... Mr. Fontaine
Emilia Clarke ... Evelyn
Luca Franzoni ... Dom's Prison Buddy
Richard Graham ... Prison Guard
George Sweeney ... Man Outside Pub


Barbara VanDenburgh Arizona Republic | April 24, 2014

Dom is effusive with self-destructive charisma, the kind of loose cannon you'd follow into an all-night bender in spite of your better judgment.

Tom Long Detroit News | April 18, 2014

You don't so much care where Dom is going as how he's getting there, and he's getting there loud.

Moira MacDonald Seattle Times | April 17, 2014

"Dom Hemingway" has two terrific things going for it: snappy dialogue (I was quite fond of the accusation "You disrespected my cat") and Law, who's both funny and scary in equal measures.

Colin Covert Minneapolis Star Tribune | April 17, 2014

The title character of this florid crime comedy could be an escapee from a Tarantino script, all flashy character traits and verbal overkill.

Rene Rodriguez Miami Herald | April 17, 2014

Dom Hemingway is often viciously funny, and every time you think the movie has run out of steam, Shepard spins things in a new direction, keeping the energy from flagging (including one of the most startling car crashes I've ever seen in a film).

Joe Williams St. Louis Post-Dispatch | April 17, 2014

While Law bellows blasphemous poetry, his director orchestrates a noirish light show with a cockeyed rhythm.

Steven Rea Philadelphia Inquirer | April 11, 2014

The kind of crime flick where the characters volley dialogue like furious ping-pong players, riffing with delight, their lines ripe with pulpy metaphor.


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