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A Room with a View (1985)
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Summary: When Lucy Honeychurch and chaperone Charlotte Bartlett find themselves in Florence with rooms without views, fellow guests Mr Emerson and son George step in to remedy the situation. Meeting the Emersons could change Lucy's life forever but, once back in England, how will her experiences in Tuscany affect her marriage plans? (imdb)
Genre: Romance
Country: UK
Directed By: James Ivory
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na dagda2
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na woofat
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na pzingg
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na sebageek
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na Icarus
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Day-Lewis and Maggie Smith are simply delightful here, most notably for their subtle comedic turns. These performances could veer off into mockery, but instead the fine actors imbue them with humanity. The romantic story at the film's center is overdone and not as compelling, but the writing is consistently clever, the scenery delightful to look at. It all makes for an enjoyable turn every now and then.
na rcuthbertlee
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na Liverpool76
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68
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na Emma24
90
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79
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84
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na PeaceAnarchy
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Bonham Carter's character is the main thing lifting the story above your standard Victorian romantic drama but the story and setting are so well worn and predictable that it's hard to really get excited.
na jlh
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na WWallce4prez
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Its something to see DDL play a complete pansy, but its Bonham Carter and Maggie Smith that steal this. I suppose my lack of interest in costume dramas makes me biased, but the inevitable outcome couldn't come fast enough after awhile.
na moeta2
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na ar656
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na Crazy Jack
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british women be faintin
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na Luna6ix
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is it just e. m. forster who finds such trivial crap to be good drama, or is it british literature in general, because whoever it is deserves a punch in the face. i just answered my own question, d. h. lawrence did the same stuff. so a punch in the face to both of their corpses.
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na empiremag
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"Stunning cast and scenery cannot fill the hole where the heart of this film should be. A satire with an unnaturally soft centre."
na mike615
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na PassTheSalt
83
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na pekkasusi
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na Atticus987
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na Artyom
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na Dreamer
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na pompousass
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Another illustrated "classic" from the people who gave you _The Europeons_ and _The Bostonians_. The illustrations in this instance are handsome enough, though a little heavy on the starch. The whole enterprise comes across as a bit bloodless and effete -- a charge all the more telling in a work that keeps going on about "passion" and attempting to make satirical hash of the timid, the aloof, and the bookish.
na kasator
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na Lindsey24
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na charliedaly
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na gregger
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One of the best adaptation scripts ever written is turned into a truly great film. Everything works in this movie from the opening strains of Verdi's music to the last scene when the lovers return to Florence. Not a wrong note is hit. Perfect casting, deft direction. Beautiful! A definite five star attraction.
na Gody85
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