Packing on thirty pounds, sporting menacing muttonchops and slicked back hair, Jude Law stars as the titular character in the dark comedy Dom Hemingway (2013). After spending twelve years in prison for not being a rat, Dom, a larger-than-life do badder with a short temper, reacquaints himself with the streets of London to collect the money he’s owed for shutting up. With his best bud Dickie (Richard E. Grant) by his side, the ex-con heads to the south of France to grab his cash from Mr. Fontaine (Demián Bichir), a ruthless crime boss. But after a couple of chaotic incidents, Dom comes to the realization that he’s lost a lot more in prison than time and money, and he figures that he must make amends with his long-neglected daughter Evelyn (Emilia Clarke). Even with the best intentions, Dom succeeds in messing everything up for everyone in his small world. While Dom tries to get his life back together, we get plenty of cleavage action from Madakina Diana Ghenea in various scenes. More importantly, Claire Viville and Hayley Coppin contribute some sweet boobage that’s sure to dominate you recollections of the flick.