Excerpt: Richard Shepard aplica su peculiar tono a una pequeña película que empieza y acaba en Jude Law, estupendo en su papel. Divertida, animal incluso, una propuesta no genial, pero sí recomendable.
Excerpt: In the end, the actual character development becomes a subplot rather than the focus of the story, with the main thrust of Dom Hemingway being a caricature that never goes beyond the set-up stage.
Excerpt: Law conjures a somewhat dim man who yet has quite the way with words, a hair trigger guy who might cry or bite your face off at any given moment. It’s a balls to the wall performance and utterly entertaining.
Excerpt: When “Dom Hemingway” tries to soften its anti-hero, the film threatens to be a cowardly drag, but when Law is allowed to be a shamelessly blustery and vulgar force of nature without a filter, it’s a rampantly R-rated, rippingly in-your-face romp that’s ultimately hard to resist.