In Theaters: July 1, 2022
On DVD/Blu-ray: August 23, 2022
Based on 36 votes and 15 reviews.
People on this show can not act, and the story is not a story. Go back to the drawing board. Giddy Up
a black gentleman in England? Seriously? Another BLM movie rewritting history
It was so nice to see people falling in love and being civil with each other even when love may not necessarily be in their path at that moment. Very nice message about love, family, friendship, and courtship.
Apparently typing in the lead actor’s name with the Pan-Nigerian glyphs or accent marks (as I did in my review a few minutes ago) caused his name to show up as “??p?”, instead of Sope, when the actual review was published below. So let me reiterate: His name is Sope Dirisu & he is charming as Mr. Malcolm.
Just what I needed--a happy, romantic escape from the drudgery of real life. Not perfect, but fun & warmhearted, & the actors are a joy to watch! Zawe Ashton is a delight & steals the show, ??p? Dìrísù is charming, Freida Pinto is captivatingly lovely, & I would walk on hot coals to see Theo James read a phone book, & he makes the most of a small, but memorable turn as Capt. Henry Ossory. Other performances of note are those of Oliver Jackson-Cohen & Doña Croll. Such a diverse, talented cast in a period piece is always a welcome sight. Support small, independent films!
Enjoyed it so much. Refreshing departure from usual summer franchise offerinfs.
You will leave the movies w a smile on your face.
You see? This is why people hate women!
Fun and funny. Laughed out loud multiple times.