The Girl In The Cafe details
|Starring:||Bill Nighy, Anton Lesser, Corin Redgrave, Kelly MacDonald, Ken Stott|
|Studio:||2 ENTERTAIN VIDEO|
The Girl In The Cafe
|Run time:||1 hour 30 minutes|
|Rental release:||25 Jul 2005|
|Hearing impaired subtitles:||English|
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So Good That I Went Straight Out & Bought A Copy!By Russell Kingdon from Croydon, England , 22 Aug 2005
[Highly rated reviewer]This is an excellent, thought-provoking, beautifully acted film. I cannot recommend it enough to people. Bill Nighy is superb and Kelly MacDonald is both beautiful and subtle in her performance. I enjoyed this so much that I went out bought a copy for keeps. Richard Curtis has written a timely tale that makes you think about your own personal priorities in life and the difference that you as an individual can make to other people's lives.
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Practically PerfectBy T24 (13 reviews) from Oxford , 21 Aug 2009Bill Nighy is great, a wonderful film with an inspiring theme.
The Girl in the CafeBy a customer from Farnham , 08 Aug 2009Excellent - really enjoyed it - a nice film!
The Girl in the CafeBy MauriceW (8 reviews) from Oban , 29 Jul 2009This is one of the best films I've seen in some while and went straight into my all-time Top Ten!
Wonderful and surprisingly sensitive acting from Bill Nighy, who is well supported by Kelly MacDonald and others. A heart-warmingly good story and a pertinent message makes this a very watchable and re-watchable film. Gently and a little awkwardly romantic, anyone with a heart will find this a touching and beauiful film. I will buy it.
Thought provoking - but for all the wrong reasonsBy a customer from Vauxhall, London , 13 Apr 2009A huge blow to the medium of cinema as a whole. This is an absolutely dreadful, over-stated, unfunny film. It's amazing to think that the person who had a hand in 'Blackadder', 'Four Weddings..' etc could serve up this steaming slice of dreck. It made 'Elizabethtown' look like a masterful piece of story-telling.
The girl in the cafeBy a customer from ISLE OF SKYE , 02 Apr 2009I loved this, so gentle so painfull and Iceland. Facts about Iceland, it was the venue for this very good story.