Misbehaviour

critic Reviews

88% Fresh Tomatometer Score88%
  • Misbehaviour's overall arc will be familiar to fans of feelgood British cinema -- and so will the way it triumphs over formula to tell a thoroughly crowd-pleasing story.
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    Clarisse LoughreyIndependent (UK)
    The film's failures are ... a timely reminder that feminist filmmaking can only be effective when it's truly intersectional.
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    Kevin MaherTimes (UK)
    Lowthorpe's movie is an intellectual own goal that celebrates the very subject it purports to decry: the objectification of pretty girls.
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    David SextonLondon Evening Standard
    Far from upsetting, this is a feelgood film, in the end, that British speciality.
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    Peter BradshawGuardian
    There's a very British sort of wackiness to this bizarre and farcical true story from the annals of pop culture, told here with charm and fun.
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    Guy LodgeVariety
    A straightforward, spirited message movie...
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    Leslie FelperinHollywood Reporter
    All good stuff, as sensible as a cardigan.
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    Jason BestMarie Claire
    The movie captures the era's dodgy fashions and even dodgier sexual politics with vivid gusto.
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    Sarah CartlandCaution Spoilers
    A film that's often funny, often fabulous, sometimes earnest and somewhat overfilled.
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    Mark KermodeKermode & Mayo's Film Review
    I thought it was actually done very elegantly...
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    Hilary A WhiteSunday Independent (Ireland)
    Rather than tackle the complex truth Hosten's character presents - that feminism can mean different things to different women - we're fed a version of events that is a little too neat and tidy, as if it was all about putting Bob Hope in his place.
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