An Ideal Husband

An Ideal Husband

Sir Robert Chiltern is a successful Government minister, well-off and with a loving wife. All this is threatened when Mrs Cheveley appears in London with damning evidence of a past misdeed. Sir Robert turns for help to his friend Lord Goring, an apparently idle philanderer and the despair of his father. Goring knows the lady of old, and, for him, takes the whole thing pretty seriously.

Sir Robert is a famous politician and his wife always admires his talent. One day, an old acquaintance threatens to expose the dark of his life in the past which makes him trouble and seeks the advice of his best friend. What is his decision for his future and his family? . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Christopher B (gb) wrote: This had some laugh out loud funny moments but kind of sad especially with the passing of Williams. I'd recommend it.

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Wes S (gb) wrote: Ultimately forgettable, the plot is hard to follow and rather boring, with minimal Robocop action. There are fun moments, but none really stand out in the franchise, and the concept has started to wear down.

EQ R (ru) wrote: One of those rare slapstick comedies where almost every joke hits and I don't think this movie would have worked as well without Leslie Nielsen's perfect comedic timing and the hilarious script. From the offensive humor to the brilliant use of O.J. Simpson as a human rag doll, this is definitely one of Nielsen's best films and definitely one of the greatest comedies of all time. A

James C (de) wrote: Incredible noir film, that proves Matthew Vaughn knows what he is doing behind the camera and Daniel Craig knows what he is doing in front of the camera.

Ken C (fr) wrote: Quirky, funny and touching performance by Jason Schwartzman, a cautious but stubbornly optimistic, and Bill Murray, possessed by the mania of near-despair.

Greg W (jp) wrote: another bizzare entry in the beach movies of the sixties