Mildred Pierce - Series 1 details
|Formats:||15 DVD, Blu-ray|
|Starring:||Kate Winslet, Kate Winslet, Brian F. O'Byrne, Melissa Leo|
|Genres:||Drama, Television, Thriller|
|Studio:||WARNER BROS. PICTURES|
Mildred Pierce - Series 1 - Disc 1
|TBC Disc 1|
Mildred Pierce - Series 1 - Disc 2
|TBC Disc 2|
|Rental release:||28 Nov 2011|
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Best thing i've seen all yearBy sportyat40 (3 reviews) , 21 Jan 2012
[Highly rated reviewer]Outstanding 'movie/mini series'. Kate is outstanding in this film. I knew nothing about this movie when i rented it out but 5 mins into putting it on i was hooked! just a great story well told and well acted!
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Very engrossing.By a customer , 30 Jul 2012More a film for women but I thought it was a good movie. Good acting, excellent story and characters that are more than 2 dimensional. My wife would have gave this 5 stars. The period settings were very covincing. The basic story is woman makes good in business but has problems with her love life and nasty daughter.
Engrossed . Takes you awayBy Dazomo (2 reviews) , 23 Jul 2012Just loved this-so beautiful to look at and makes you think. Love all Todd Haynes stuff so if you liked 'Far from Heaven' you'll love this.
What a shame - should have been excellentBy a customer , 11 Jul 2012Dull dull yawn dull.
I was really dissapointed, the plot is slow and the relationships between the family is strained to the point of pain - no warmth in any of the acting - even when the scene is supposed to have a semblance of romance.
What a shame as I really wanted to enjoy this.
Thought it would be better than thisBy a customer , 08 Jul 2012The annoying snobbery of the lead and her older child
made it difficult to sympathise with their plight. Perhaps I was
Just in the wrong mood - but after watching the first three
episodes I cancelled the rest
Don't follow that starBy reeleye (1 review) from Sudbury , 16 Jun 2012The big trouble for me, was that I'd seen, and loved, the original 'Mildred Pierce' with the great Joan Crawford as the eponymous Mildred; her's was as taut as a tightroper's wire;
every scene dizzyingly vertigenous in acting skill..! Kate Winslet's I'm afraid appeared to be played by numbers..! She
ought not to have taken on a role that was already done to perfection by Crawford - an impossible act to follow..!