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Brideshead Revisited

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Although he aspires to become an artist, middle-class Charles Ryder reads history at the University of Oxford, where he befriends the flamboyant and wealthy Lord Sebastian Flyte. Sebastian's mother, Lady Marchmain, strongly disapproves of his life-style, especially his heavy drinking. When Sebastian takes him home to visit his nanny, Charles is enthralled by the grandeur of the Marchmain family estate, known as Brideshead, and he is entranced by its residents.
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CRITICS OF "Brideshead Revisited"
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Cinerina
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November 09, 2008

The events in the film felt rushed and overly obvious, as if Harry Potter's adopted parents dressed him in an "Ask me about wizardry" t-shirt before Hagrid ever turned up.
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7M Pictures
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March 05, 2009

it still has the high-class dramatic feel you'd expect from something you would have watched on PBS twenty years ago
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Houston Chronicle
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August 01, 2008

What's missing from Goode's performance and from the film as whole is the layer upon layer of accumulated motive -- the gradual evolution of a man's complex desires and even-more-complicated fears.
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Arizona Republic
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July 31, 2008

If you're in the market for a veddy British drama and miss seeing Emma Thompson in her natural environment, Brideshead Revisited is a worthwhile two-hour meditation on faith (and the lack thereof).
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Screenwize
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April 04, 2009

slow and beautiful, rather than intense, dramatic and insightful
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Time Out
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October 03, 2008

Performances are good - Thompson and Gambon impress - but the insipid music is dreadful.
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Movie Views
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January 25, 2009

Occasionally interesting, always beautiful and regularly tedious, the film attempts to capture a time and a feeling yet it ultimately fails to provide the depth needed to make it wholly successful.
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Ebert & Roeper

July 28, 2008

Yes, it's a compressed version, but I found it very enjoyable.
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Apollo Guide

January 07, 2009

Certainly passable, but less than spectacular, Brideshead Revisited is an authentic and decent adaptation of a well-known novel, but nothing more.
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Miami Herald
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August 01, 2008

Thompson, though, is marvelous; with understated precision and grace, she makes every word count. Also excellent is Michael Gambon.
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Times-Picayune
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August 14, 2009

A bleak and often befuddling 2-hour-15-minute disappointment.
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