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Plot: On V.E. Day in 1945, as peace extends across Europe, Princesses Elizabeth and Margaret are allowed out to join the celebrations. It is a night full of excitement, danger and the first flutters of romance. Runtime: 97 mins Release Date: 15 May 2015
An excellent "Night Out"- very enjoyable. (by maddyw)
All my reviews will be/are marked "may contain spoilers" because I'm paranoid. I don't think I've spoiled anything, but just to be on the safe side! The only thing I could possibly criticise would perhaps be the casting of Rupert Everett as King George. While I admire him as an actor, they could have perhaps chosen someone with more of a likeness to the late king. However, the movie delivers a fun and fast-moving plot as you follow Lizzie, Margaret and Jack through London on the night when everyone can celebrate: peace at last. The script is very good, with it's <more>
fair share of humour and drama. The acting is marvellous, the music wonderful, and it is overall a brilliant "Night Out" for almost all the family. Not to mention the fact that it is fun to imagine the Queen engaging in these shenanigans!* "By the way, what's a knocking shop?" *It must of course be remembered that the story is only loosely based on facts, and is probably mostly false: nonetheless, it still makes for a great story and an even greater movie :
A really enjoyable comedy - once one overcomes the yearning to know the real story (by linakochansk)
I was very excited to see this film - it seemed like a dream come true when I saw a poster of it.Later on I found out that it is based on a real fact - I could only hope that the creators would not go for too many cheap thrills. Well - they did and they didn't. There were plenty of moments that made me cringe and feel disappointed useless guarding officers - pompous and idiotic; the brothel - what on Earth for?; the running around - on the other hand there were plenty of opportunities for cheap thrills that were not used and for that I am grateful.The scenery, clothes and hair styles <more>
were wonderfully engrossing and seemed authentic - a rare treat.All in all I have to say that the film was good - there were poignant moments as well as OTT ones; it did convey that very British sense of duty and loyalty which I admire a lot.
No spoilers here... except that I loved this movie. I laughed all the way through it. What a joy!! Elizabeth was just perfect. I loved her arc in this film. Timid, not yet assertive. And as the night rolls along she learns from watching others until the end of the movie when we see our future queen learns how to take command, but with grace. And when she is lost in the crowd what I saw in her eyes was bewilderment and awe and a slight over-whelmed expression. A great performance. And her two official escorts were wonderful to watch. I wasn't too sure about Jack, though. I understand he <more>
needed to have some flaws, but I didn't feel by the end of the movie that he had a strong enough arc. But Margaret was perfect. I am so happy she was portrayed the way she was in the film. How fun!
A simply delightful story that beautifully reveals the shared humanity of the British people as they celebrate the end of the war against Nazism. A fine script and excellent direction stunningly recreate the spirit and details of the era and the lives of the royal family are skilfully made real. The two young women in the leads certainly do well in bringing their characters to life and Rupert Everet is quite good as King George. However, it is Emily Watson who shines in her role as Queen Elizabeth, later to become the Queen Mother. Watson steals the entire film with her richly realized <more>
portrait of a woman of royal blood who is also simply a concerned mother at heart. She plays her part with sly wit and subdued humor, saying more with her amazingly expressive eyes than 25 pages of dialog. She is truly the master of subtle performance and this ranks as one of her most exceptionally finely developed characters. There are many very good moments in this film but it is those that involve Watson that capture our attention immediately and mesmerize us in the process. She is one of the greatest actors to ever step before a camera and with her incredibly gifted performance in this film she adds another sparkling diamond to her real life crown as the most talented actresses of our time. It seems that over the course of a brilliant career, Ms. Watson has not only grown more lovely but even more skillful at melting our hearts as well as taking a motion picture and making it her very own.
Based on true events. The war is over and VE day is beginning. War that we are lucky enough to not see the destruction and terrifying events it brings with it.Loved this film and is hilarious. The Princesses are allowed to go out under the watchful eye of two minders after some persuasion from their parents the King and Queen. While they are out Princess Margaret slips away to go somewhere more interesting. It shows Princess Elizabeth desperately trying to find her younger sister Princess Margaret whilst she is enjoying the celebrations. Meanwhile Princess Elizabeth befriends and man who <more>
helps her find her sister.Loved the music, the characters, and storyline.
Excellent Movie, wonderful movie making. (by issywise)
This movie is a little jewel of movie storytelling. Very nicely done on all aspects. I wouldn't trade all the superhero movies or a week's worth of CGI for two minutes of it. This is what movie making should be. Bel Powley who played Princess Margaret made her character very likable, interesting and funny. Watch out for her. She's got charisma on screen. Any scene she's in is very alive. Everything was well done in this movie. The tune that starts during the gazebo scene and continues in the trek across the bridge was pure movie making genius.Congratulations.
Very entertaining (by cammic)
This is not a documentary so don't expect it to be accurate or even the slightest bit true. It is based very loosely around Princess Elizabeth and Margaret going out into the crowds at Buckingham Palace on the night peace was declared VE Day ....that's where the similarity stops. Rupert Everett as the King is such a bad choice, but again, it's not meant to be taken seriously. I liked the character portrayed as Princess Margaret and also the Queen Mother... they are likable and funny. The whole story is quite well written and very funny in places...as long as you don't take it <more>
too seriously and try to work out fact from fiction. All in all I thought it was very entertaining.....
An enjoyable film painstakingly and lovingly realised. Highly recommended. (by geoffgee)
I'd been looking forward to A Royal Night Out's release since first seeing the trailer a few weeks ago. Now, after seeing the film, I'm happy to report that I wasn't disappointed. The action begins slowly, but once the royal sisters become enmeshed in London's VE night revelries I found myself being carried along by events in ways that were at times funny, at times exciting, at times emotionally moving - even at times with feelings of national pride - but always with interest and anticipation. One 'bonus' I hadn't expected was that the story would also feature <more>
elements of a very touching love story. This latter, for me, endowed the story with a certain 'fairy tale' quality. But it is a film of fiction ... so, why not?? The three leads - Elisabeth, Margaret and Jack - are all excellent. Supporting actors and actresses of the cast provide additional variety and entertainment and play their parts with apparent enthusiasm. A lot of work obviously went into recreating the crowd, traffic and London scenes of 1945 and clothing styles seemed authentic to me. All in all a worthwhile undertaking painstakingly and lovingly realised. Go see this film. My bet is you'll be glad you did. Highly recommended. 8/10.
16 May 2015 Film of Choice at The Plaza Dorchester Tonight - A Royal Night Out. On 8 May 1945 all of Britain was celebration Victory in Europe and behind the doors of Buckingham Palace two daughters were asking their parents if they might be allowed to join in. The two daughters were Princess Elizabeth, heir to the Throne and her sister Princess Margaret. This store is rumoured to be based partly on fact and I would very much like to have heard it was all true. With Rupert Everett starring as King George and Emily Watson playing his wife Queen Elizabeth this film is a rather jolly jape <more>
depicting what could have happened if the two princesses had been allowed out on the town for the whole night. Everett and Watson were uncanny as the King and Queen, and the girls bore more than a little resemblance to the Princesses ....although costume, deportment and hairstyle helped enormously. The plot was a little like I imagine that day to be, uproariously out of control but most joyful. My favourite line in the whole film was when Lilibet was asking Jack the airman to assist her to make the most of 'an opportunity to be ordinary on the most extraordinary day of her life'. I wonder if the Queen has seen this and if so, was she a little wistful.