I think it may be possible that Time film critic Richard Corliss has a thing for Ralph Fiennes. The way the critic describes Fiennes acting, you'd think he was describing the sunset to a blind person, trying to conjure up not only the visual aspect, but the profound, almost unfathomable emotions and feelings it stirs in one as well. Despite Corliss' obvious love of everything Ralph, the actor himself hasn't done anything too high-profile in the last several years, instead picking roles that appeal to him and help him stretch as an actor. In that respect, he doesn't seem too unlike Johnny Depp. However, Corliss thinks The Constant Gardner may mark Fiennes return to bigger things.