At first, the problem with “Taboo” is just that it is slow.
Lead Tom Hardy is on the scene immediately — scrambling over some mud to bury something in a ditch — but he never quite does anything that grabs attention.
in order to "take some time to focus on his wellness and his family." It's said the flick will move forward without the Oscar winner. The "battle" is the true story of the struggle of 400,000 British soldiers just trying to survive assault after assault after being stranded — and the civilians who helped them. Video: Idris Elba & Matthew Mc Conaughey Face Off In First Trailer For Max. Tom Hardy proved he's not just an action star on film Sunday when he helped the cops nab a crook in real life!
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But “Taboo” feels like it is trying a little too hard to establish grit, while failing to establish anything else; while the viewer is still wondering what’s up with James Delaney’s bountiful angst, he and the lawyer say the word “piss” several times in their quaint accents and then threaten each other with murder, presumably to drive home the impression that it is all very hard over there in old-timey Londontown.
Then — in the pub, incongruously hosting the post-funeral wake for James’ father — James comes face-to-face with his half-sister Zilpha, played with wonderful histrionic nerves by Oona Chaplin.
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Hardy most recently starred in the FX series “Taboo” and can be seen next in Christopher Nolan’s World War II epic “Dunkirk.” He is repped by CAA and United Agents.
The film marks Fleischer’s first major tentpole since signing with CAA last year.
Hardy's career started out with him appearing in war dramas such as the HBO and BBC miniseries Band of Brothers.
The series, produced by Steven Spielberg, starred Tom Hanks, Michael Fassbender and James Mc Avoy.