wednesday film night

Movies Ranked By Quality and Also How Hot Jude Law Was

Wilde (1997)- 5/10 Jude Law- 8/10 One of many movies that is just not worth it even though Jude Law is there and he’s gay and you get to see his ass.

Gattaca (1997)- 10/10 Jude Law- 10/10 Required viewing for anyone who follows me I’m obsessed with it.

The Talented Mr. Ripley (1999)- 5/10 Jude Law- 9/10 The ever-relatable chronicle of why gay lust for Jude Law is punishable by insanity and damnation. 

A.I. Artificial Intelligence (2001)- 7/10 Jude Law- 10/10 I have so many regrets.

A Series of Unfortunate Events (2004)- 1/10 Jude Law- 2/10 You don’t even get to see him and it’s better than the movie.

Sherlock Holmes (2009)- 6.5/10 Jude Law- 6.5/10 An even match I suppose.

Hugo (2011)- 9/10 Jude Law-10/10 He was there for five seconds in which time he built an automaton and then died in a fire all while looking extremely bangable goodbye. 

Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows (2011)- 3/10 Jude Law- 5.5/10 Ugh.

Rise of the Guardians (2012)- 2/10 Jude Law- 0/10 I really wish I had missed tumblr’s horrifying preoccupation with this movie. Also this second instance is only contributing to my theory that putting Jude Law in your movie and then not letting us see him might be having a correlation/causation effect for said movie being terrible.

The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014)- 8/10 Jude Law- 8/10 Solid.