Some more shots of Jake and Natalie after the jump.
It’s one thing to be glowing with a surprise pregnancy and engagement, but to have an ex sing your praises at an award show?
Back home, while Sam wastes away as a prisoner in a remote encampment, Tommy tries to take care of the widow and her two children. Very well acted particularly by Gyllenhaal, Portman, and the two young 'uns, and a compelling tale of how war can mess up a family, but a little too melodramatic to hold much power for me.
Pretty much anybody would be a move in the right direction, but to go from Kirsten Dunst to Natalie Portman is like suddenly having a juicy cut of Kobe steak when all you've been eating for the last few years is human feces.
Jake Gyllenhaal recently opened up about his own romantic life as he posed for the January issue of Vogue.
'It makes me think of all the permutations of relationships,' the Nightcrawler star said in an interview with the magazine.
It feels almost tacked on - did they need to give Maguire more to do?
He's the best I've ever seen him btw, but I didn't find him as convincing as the other two leads who had a more nuanced story to work with.