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  • Cute

    • CK
    • 2/18/13

    Sophie Thompson is really quite funny in this movie. I'll watch it just for her. It's not a 5 star film for sure but she, Colin Firth and Stephen Fry (along with Julie Andrews of course) make it a very cute and watchable one. I will say the casting department really could have come up with someone better than William Baldwin but maybe they owed Alec a favor. Anyway, the other actors make up for him though so all is good. All said it's not nearly what that lady having the really bad day makes it out to be.

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    • Libby
    • 4/18/11

    I loved this movie! Very cute. Sorry to read others didn't care for it. I thought Julie Andrews and Colin Firth were excellent.

  • LOUSY

    • CAROL MILES
    • 4/18/10

    Oh, this is lousy. A tired pc of crap from Noel Cow-WAD about an very democratic English countess and her very English, fuzzy wuzzy family and household staff . It stars Julie Andrew, probably right after her throat operation that made her unable to sing. If she has to suffer, SO DO YOU. Colin Firth plays her supportive nephew who is an unspoken of, and unrecognized gay - either that or we're talkin' incest. Andrews' son wants to marry an American movie star and that's just too - well a no-no. Mom is against this not because she's a movie star or American(and she's really English and that makes mom more fuzzy wuzzy democratic). but because she is just too silly (but not particularly funny) for her son. Isn't that just too fuzzy wuzzy? Firth also supports one of Alec Baldwin's inferior brothers (playing the movie star's ex-boyfriend who want to marry her and makes himself an unfunny bother. (I know all of Alec Baldwin's brothers are inferior and thst makes Colin Firth thus seems so much less inferior). I can't help but believe that if Firth was cast before Andrews, she would have been smart enough to run the other way. If he choses to be in any movie it's got to be bad news. So you 7 who want to obtain this film in DVD, you know what they say ----- be careful what you wish for..............

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