Tag Archives: Nikolaj Coster-Waldau

Game of Thrones: There Be Dragons

As the ending neared for the most talked-about TV series on the planet, its most die-hard fans and some of America’s most unforgiving television critics were piling it on. The show wasn’t as smart as it used to be, now it was all about action. The writing wasn’t true to how these people viewed the … Continue reading Game of Thrones: There Be Dragons

Gods of Egypt

ALL OF CREATION IS AT STAKE.  In a different Egypt many years ago, a young, enslaved thief (Brenton Thwaites) meets the defeated god Horus (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau) and tries to help him get back at his evil uncle (Gerard Butler) who’s stolen the throne. Director Alex Proyas is known for his dark, visual stories, but this … Continue reading Gods of Egypt

A Thousand Times Good Night

War photographer Rebecca Thomas (Juliette Binoche) is seriously injured during a suicide attack in Kabul, and promises her husband (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau) back in Ireland to never go back to another conflict. Director Erik Poppe based his drama on personal experiences from when he was working as a war photographer. Apart from asking the usual questions … Continue reading A Thousand Times Good Night

The Other Woman

HE’LL NEVER KNOW WHAT HIT HIM. When Carly (Cameron Diaz) learns that the new man (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau) in her life is actually married to Kate (Leslie Mann), the two women reluctantly join forces to get back at him. Nick Cassavetes reunites with his My Sister’s Keeper (2009) star, Diaz, for a revenge comedy that has … Continue reading The Other Woman


EARTH IS A MEMORY WORTH FIGHTING FOR. After mankind has won a war against alien invaders, Jack Harper (Tom Cruise) and his colleague (Andrea Riseborough) are part of a clean-up operation monitoring what’s left of Earth… but they’re not alone. The Tron Legacy director returns with another sci-fi adventure, just as handsomely shot and technically … Continue reading Oblivion