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Co-writer and director Stephan Elliott (The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert) keeps everything breezy and fun, though the clashes between Larita and her malicious mother-in-law are keenly felt. Elliott's period sensibility is very strong, not least of all his appreciation of John's father (Colin Firth), a restless intellectual and member of the so-called Lost Generation of World War I veterans. Firth's performance as a man distanced from his family's preoccupations and material woes is a real highlight of Easy Virtue. When he dances a tango, late in the story, one can see years of repressed desire erupt in him. --Tom Keogh
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This movie had everything great acting, great music, great story, and an exceptional cast.
You will laugh, you will be upset, you will be astonished and that it what makes this movie such fun to watch!
Jessica Biel is great against Kristen Scott Thomas along with great roles for Colin Firth and Charlotte Riley.
Marvelous. Great acting by all, Storyline quite different. I loved two beautiful people doing the best Tango ever, could watch it and I do, over and over again, She was superb in... Read morePublished 3 days ago by Lois Metlika
You can't miss with this cast and the story is good. I really enjoy this film, I've seen it several times and decided to buy it so I could share it with visitors.Published 3 days ago by J. Erin Dugan
This is an engaging story, worthy of your movie list, for the long winter ahead.Published 1 month ago by Vicki O.
I can only say it is not a movie I would want to rewatch. When purchasing books or movies or music I do like to feel I got my moneys worth and would lend or in time re use the... Read morePublished 4 months ago by NY reader
The post First World War setting of "Easy Virtue" serves as a terrific metaphor for Europe's diminished role as a world power and the emergence of America's. Read morePublished 4 months ago by David Baldwin