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Agree with the crowd on this one. Delicious Deceit.
A diverting and well-acted English period piece with just the right mix of comedy and mystery.
Pleasant period piece with good performances all around and a murder mystery that runs in the more to Murder, She Wrote than to Agatha Christie.
Even Joan Plowright couldnt save this stinker. Natasha Richardson was awful. BUT I also made the most AMAZING discovery: Mia Farrow & Gwyneth Paltrow look alike! Yes, they really do, watch this film & get a good look at Mia. I never noticed the resemblance before, its in the cheekbones & eyes. Maybe because they are both Jewish??
Really good movie! Loved it.
Hipster Marc Vincenti's opinion is invalid
Well-made, good casting, and a charming story.
Irish movie based on prejudice of the British, amusing tale with a twist.
an interesting movie about women who do the most cunning things when you cross them superb acting job about widow's who are more dangerous then they seem
uk this felt like a very long movie