Travels With My Aunt (1999)
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as Aunt Augusta Bertram
as Henry Pulling
as Zachary Nicknamed 'Wordsworth'
as Ercole Visconti
as Mons. Dambreuse
as Crowder's Man
as Mme. Dambruese
as Elegant Man
as Madame in Messagero
as Hakim's Assistant
as Boat Skipper
as Dancer in Messagero
as Art Expert
as Mons. Alexandre
Critic Reviews for Travels With My Aunt
One of George Cukor's last (and least impressive) pictures, this version of Graham Greene's eccentric comedy is thematically similar to Auntie Mame but suffers from Maggie Smith's overly stylized turn and lack of rapport with Alec McCowen as her nephew.
Dampened by a hammy over-theatrical performance by Maggie Smith, too much useless gab and too many contrived plot turns.
Agressive whimsey eventually wears out its welcome.
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Audience Reviews for Travels With My Aunt
Maggie Smith is a delight but this type of tale seems most appropriate for children to watch on a Disney afternoon while the parents nap.
Another Auntie Mame type Film for this Quirky,childless Auntie!!! I loved this, I still haven seen the 1st half hour,nor have I ever experienced Maggie Smith young before
Travels with My Aunt (1972) -- [5.0] -- The combination of the great George Cukor and the ever-acerbic Maggie Smith doesn't add up to anything compelling in this 'Auntie Mame' wannabe. The screenplay, based on Graham Green's novel, is distractingly episodic and Smith's performance is over-the-top even for her. The tone is muddled and the score is overly precious, but if you look for a silver lining you'll find some marvelous sets and some surprisingly good makeup effects that make 1972 Maggie Smith look pretty much the way she does today!
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