An Ideal Husband details
|Starring:||Rupert Everett, Jeremy Northam, Jeroen Krabbe, Lindsay Duncan, John Wood, Minnie Driver, Peter Vaughan, Cate Blanchett, Julianne Moore|
An Ideal Husband
|Run time:||1 hour 33 minutes|
|Rental release:||10 Apr 2000|
|Hearing impaired subtitles:||English|
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Fantastic!By a customer from Buckinghamshire, England , 15 Feb 2005
[Highly rated reviewer]I absolutely loved this film! With a strong cast and the very lovely Rupert Everett, it was everything a film should be - a great screen adaptation that was both witty and entertaining - I would recommend it to anyone!
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thoroughly entertainingBy a customer from Edinburgh , 25 Jul 2008This is a delightful film. Wilde's material doesn't date. Very clever dialogue, great acting, wonderful sets and costumes. A very entertaining film with a moral message.
How can anyone hate this film?By a customer from Exmouth , 27 Jun 2008If you hate this go back to watching 'Dodge Ball' and similar tripe!
Customer ReviewBy a customer from UK , 23 Jun 2008Marked down from 5 to 4 because of the poor sound production at times, but still worth watching nevertheless.
This is a film where the words are crucial, it is based on a play by Oscar Wilde after all! So why did they think it would be a good idea to have obtrusive 'background' music spilling into the foreground and nearly drowning out the speech? Not all the time, but enough to take the edge of an otherwise excellent film.
Forget a night at the theatre, just watch this, though now I've seen it I will take the opportunity to go and see the play if I can.
Fantastic - Oscar Wilde at his best!By a customer from Bristol , 26 Mar 2008Yet again another brilliant performance by Rupert Everett, enjoyed this as much as 'The Importance of being Ernest' He seems to be able to play the 'Cad' and 'Bounder' roles really well. Great way to cheer up an evening.
BoringBy mcl (7 reviews) from London , 12 Mar 2008Very much indeed. Nothing to say...I almost forgot it.