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Shines like a freshly minted coin in Oliver Parker's adaptation. Read full review
It's a movie of uncommon eloquence and elegance, acted by a truly gifted cast. Read full review
Makes the translation with all its wit, incisive dialogue and eccentric characters intact, and then some. Read full review
What shakes the dust off this period piece is the vibrant acting. Read full review
The two leading men, Northam and Everett, are smooth and charming. Read full review
The film is not without its problems, some inherent to Wilde's original play. Read full review
It's lavish, clever entertainment, a welcome opportunity to laugh without shame. Read full review
Director- writer Oliver Parker saps much of the juice from Wilde, slows the pace and directs his actors in an inappropriately naturalistic style. Read full review
Leans so heavily on its stars that their performances are marred by their emptiness. Read full review
This big-screen version of Wilde's stylish match of deceit and honor, loyalty and betrayal, is more parry than thrust. Read full review
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