Jan 29, 2021 · "The Dig" loses a little steam during this section, when it gets side-tracked by Peggy's dissatisfaction in her marriage. Stuart seems just a little bit too into one of his male colleagues ( Eamon Farren ), and Rory is so friendly and gentle and makes Peggy feel things she's never felt in her marriage.
The Dig is a good picture, wonderfully acted (Ralph Fiennes is tremendous here), and an engrossing reimagining. Full Review… M.N. Miller The Dig’s story may be a tad overstuffed, but its...
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Jan 13, 2021 · The Dig review – Sutton Hoo excavation romance is none too deep Carey Mulligan and Ralph Fiennes unearth an Anglo-Saxon burial ship, but leave their emotions interred, in this robustly English...
Jan 29, 2021 · ‘The Dig’ Review: Carey Mulligan and Ralph Fiennes Crackle in Quiet Drama About the Stubbornness of History A lot of what surrounds them feels superfluous at times, but the pair makes an ideal...
Jan 29, 2021 · Simon Stone’s The Dig, based on a novel by John Preston which itself was based on real events, is in no way a horror film, but it suggests pretty much the same thing, both narratively and...
'The Dig' is a beautifully photographed period film (circa 1939, Suffolk, Great Britain) that seemed a lock to garner first Oscars for Ralph Fiennes (*overdue) and Cinematographer Mike Eley. Therefore, I'm instituting the 1st Annual "Oscar Snub Award" to the film most undeservedly left out of nominations.