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The Look of LoveThe movie depicts the life of Paul Raymond, the controversial entrepreneur who builds a porn, entertainment and real estate empire that makes him the wealthiest man in Britain, but drugs doom his beloved daughter, Debbie.
Actors of "The Look of Love"
Characters of "The Look of Love"
Directors of "The Look of Love"Michael WinterbottomBirthdate: 29 March 1961, Blackburn, Lancashire, England, UK
Creators of "The Look of Love"Matt GreenhalghPaul Willetts
Critic Reviews of "The Look of Love"Boston GlobeAugust 01, 2013
Frankly, the guy just isn't very interesting.Minneapolis Star TribuneJuly 18, 2013
Groovy period soundtrack aside, "The Look of Love" has almost nothing to say of any interest, importance or humor.Chicago Sun-TimesJuly 12, 2013
Double-billing comic and tragic tones, the biopic "The Look of Love" follows a father and a daughter over three decades in London's swinging Soho.Chicago ReaderJuly 11, 2013
Director Michael Winterbottom and screenwriter Matt Greenhalgh provide the essential outline of Raymond's story, but they're a little too preoccupied with its glitzy aspects.SlateJuly 08, 2013
A puzzlingly misconceived biopic: a tasteful, subdued movie about a man who was as tasteless and unsubdued as they come.Washington PostJuly 05, 2013
Coogan turns in a fine dramatic performance in a role that calls for as much actual acting as wisecracking.Film Comment MagazineNovember 04, 2013
Coogan's own impersonation is precise, but the melancholy that finally engulfs Raymond is beyond him.Reel Film ReviewsAugust 10, 2013
The Look of Love comes off as an extremely standard biopic that seems to have emerged directly from a template for such films...Boston HeraldAugust 02, 2013
Steve Coogan's fourth collaboration with director Michael Winterbottom is a funny, visually inventive take on Britain's Hugh Hefner.Salt Lake TribuneJuly 26, 2013
Coogan is adept at playing the cad, but Winterbottom gives him little else to do.OregonianJuly 25, 2013
Coogan never comes close to disappearing into the character, leaving the whole movie teetering uneasily between campy naughtiness and empathetic character study.Willamette WeekJuly 23, 2013
It's a case of "fourth time unlucky" for frequent collaborators Michael Winterbottom and Steve Coogan. Well, "uninspired" might be more accurate.
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