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Undeniably slight yet thoroughly charming, A Royal Night Out uses a fascinating historical footnote as a springboard into a fun dramedy diversion.
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A Royal Night Out is a film of enormous charm, texture and good will, thanks largely to the three leads.
It's jazzy fluff, but the film panders.
What makes "A Royal Night Out" palatable are the lead performances.
"A Royal Night Out" is a featherweight trifle.
Unless viewers are aficionados of the old royal family, I'm not sure how interested they'll be in following two posh-accented young women chasing through drunken crowds in period dress, though Powley, in particular, is a charmer.
The lovely performances, especially by Gadon and Powley, make the film a passably pleasing tale of teens gone slightly wild, with a royal twist.
It might help if screenwriters Trevor De Silva and Kevin Hood could hold to a consistent point of view, but it's never clear whether they and their director are playing these (largely fictionalised) proceedings straight or for satiric value.
Fluffy, fun and all-round charming stuff.
A Royal Night Out goes the zany romantic-comedy route in its fictional depiction of two British princesses partying with commoners at the end of World War II.
Sarah Gadon is the heart of this historical comedy with great production values. [Full review in Spanish]
Perfect romantic and comedic entertainment with exquisite production design, in a light tome and a fun representation of an historical moment. [Full review in Spanish]
Almost an unofficial sequel to The King's Speech, but at least this one has a sense of humor. [Full review in Spanish]
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