Cluny Brown

Amateur plumber Cluny Brown gets sent off by her uncle to work as a servant at an English country estate. While there, she becomes friendly with Adam Belinski, a charming Czech refugee. She...

. . She. While there, she becomes friendly with Adam Belinski, a charming Czech refugee. Amateur plumber Cluny Brown gets sent off by her uncle to work as a servant at an English country estate

Cluny Brown is a funny movie of Alexa. This movie was introduced in 1946. We can counted many actors in this movies torrent, for example Charles Boyer, Jennifer Jones, Peter Lawford, Helen Walker, Reginald Gardiner, Reginald Owen, C. Aubrey Smith, Richard Haydn, Margaret Bannerman, Sara Allgood, Ernest Cossart, Florence Bates, Una O'Connor. The kind of movie are Romance. The rating is 7.6 in www.imdb.com. We have a good movie to watch. Share with your friends and watch this movie together

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Users reviews

Diego G (gb)

Interesting and well-structured plot with few flaws. , and awesome special effects. Impressive, funny, with a great Robert Downey Jr

Farah R (br)

The Romance genre has deteriorated the pat few years and this movie isn't one to change that. A clich and predictable love story with an absurd plot

Humah K (jp)

Briliant Film With Several Genres To Keep It Fresh

Ian20 H (us)

A travesty of the original novel; awful in almost every respect - even the landscape is farcical with vast swathes of modern agricultural acreage replacing the hard won acreage of the real landscape - linguistic errors, hopeless accents, villagers trampling crops - this is a pathetic pastiche compared to the magnificent original BBC series

Jamie C (jp)

After so many poor reviews I went into this expecting a cheap crapfest and yes in parts it is, It's nothing on the show and most of the jokes are from other films, But I did laugh a few times and the cast looked like they had a good time filming but apart from that there's nothing to take away from this film

Jana N (ru)

I really liked this movie and the story its cute

jason h (it)

If you skip most of the ignorant movie and jump straight to the finale, this will make you laugh. This is hilarious! Well, at least the last 20 minutes are

Jonny P (gb)

It has amazing acting, a very poignant story, and several moments that will make you sit back and say "Wow, THAT is a true woman. "True Women" exceeded my expectations. I know that the filmmakers can't exactly change the ending of the book, but there are a few overly-cheesy, not-believable moments that take away from the realism that makes this miniseries so good. The downfall of this movie is its final few scenes. Annabeth Gish plays Euphemia with a lot of heart and, while this is Angelina Jolie's best role (see "Girl, Interrupted" if you want to know what she really can do), she does a good job of portraying the bratty and mature sides of Georgia. The acting is very effective, creating strong emotions of anger toward Native Americans at some points, northerners at other points, and even our own government. Everything is introduced early on with its significance being revealed far into the story. From the Texas Revolution to the Civil War and Reconstruction, every event is made more significant through these characters' attributes. I cannot say enough about the intelligent design behind the childhood friendship, slave ownership, and Native American blood. The characters are very well written as each possesses different beliefs and backgrounds that create conflict at times and unite them at other times. The script, based on the novel of the same name by Janice Woods Windle, is a clever web that intertwines three women's lives around five decades of southern US history. She breathes life into Sara McClure, the strong-willed redhead that keeps her family strong throughout the many trials and heartaches of this story. The acting of Dana Delany alone makes the three hours worthwhile. "True Women" is really impressive for a miniseries

Julia B (ag)

. . . Romania and werewolves, two of my favorite things. . . Loved it

Marta K (kr)

To laugh and to think. well, looking for oneself and figuring out what matters most. . . A story of. Great - a rare combination of sadness and funniness