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Ratings & Reviews

  1. Daniel Iván's rating of the film The Invisible Woman

    Although it is at moments confusing (perhaps as a consequence of the "actor directing himself" situation) this film has everything to catch you up: a great story, remarkable cinematography and a quite stunning art direction. You can even ignore the gender agenda: in a film this subtle, any subtext gets inevitably embellished. Nice film.

  2. Elle Johnston's rating of the film The Invisible Woman

    I liked it a hell of a lot more than the people I know who saw it also.

  3. Bonnet Michel's rating of the film The Invisible Woman

  4. Amandio Filipe Moura's rating of the film The Invisible Woman

    Ralph Fiennes brings the literary legend to life (3.8/5)

  5. Hayat's rating of the film The Invisible Woman

    This tells the story well, the silences and colours fit the whole thing. And Felicity Jones is so good here.

  6. msmichel's rating of the film The Invisible Woman

    Very traditional in its filmmaking style that neither excites visually or emotionally. Stilted adaptation that tells the story of Dickens unacknowledged love affair with a younger woman from his mid forties to his death and the lifelong regret/ ennui that she was left with. Felicity Jones is quite good here but Fiennes as director should have cast someone else in his part. In the end it is scholastic not engaging.

  7. cranly's rating of the film The Invisible Woman

    All the hallmarks of contemporary middlebrow filmmaking: over-reliance on scene-setting and music (e.g. 'American Hustle') to bolster otherwise threadbare content; character interactions and dialogue that foreground the central elements of story in a repetitive and heavy-handed manner; blatantly derivative stylistic devices (e.g. Malickian nature interludes); overall lack of specificity, clarity, patience or rigor.

  8. Carlos Filipe Freitas's rating of the film The Invisible Woman

    The Invisible Woman” fall into much formality and passivity rather than into emotions. Full Review: http://alwayswatchgoodmovies.blogspot.com/2014/01/the-invisible-woman-2013.html

  9. The Future Mr. Gitts's rating of the film The Invisible Woman

    Great production design, and Felicity Jones is strong, but the film itself winds up being rather dry and melodramatic. Fiennes has an eye for composition, but casting himself as Dickens makes this feel a bit like a vanity piece.