Relative Values (2000)

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Adapted for the screen from the 1951 play that revived playwright Noel Coward's flagging reputation, Relative Values is another wit-laden addition to the English comedy of manners ouevre. Set sometime during the mid-20th century, the film opens on the French Riviera, where nebbish English aristocrat Nigel (Edward Atterton) has just announced his engagement to vulgar American movie star Miranda Frayle (Jeanne Tripplehorn). Nigel's news dismays both his mother, Felicity (Julie Andrews), and … More

Rating: PG (adult situations)
Genre: Drama, Action & Adventure, Art House & International, Mystery & Suspense, Comedy
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On DVD: Feb 13, 2001
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First Look Pictures

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Cast


as Miranda Frayle

as Don Lucas

as Crestwell

as Lady Hayling

as Ludmurrey Lord

as Elizabeth

as Felicity
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Critic Reviews for Relative Values

All Critics (12) | Top Critics (2)

Full Review… | June 6, 2008
Variety
Top Critic

Full Review… | June 24, 2006
Time Out
Top Critic

The lightweight comedy remains undemanding, but offers some droll Brit humor that might satisfy the Anglophiles.

Full Review… | September 16, 2005
Ozus' World Movie Reviews

January 25, 2003
Zap2it.com

Full Review… | March 21, 2001
Apollo Guide

Full Review… | January 1, 2000

Audience Reviews for Relative Values

½

Cute movie. Definitely a Julie Andrews G-rated nice movie..

itsjustme2004
Cynthia S.

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½

Minor but pleasing comedy immeasureably uplifted by the participation of Julie Andrews, Colin Firth and Sophie Thompson. Julie uses her regal graciousness to fine comic effect while Sophie does her wonderful mousey bit before letting rip with a full on tongue lashing. Colin's part is small but he offers humorously urbane asides. Stephen Fry is also most enjoyable as the dependable butler. As the movie star couple though Jeanne Tripplehorn and William Baldwin are out of their depth with these pros.

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jay nixon

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