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This was a sweet story. Perfect for an afternoon with some cake and coffee. I really liked this story :)
Saw Penelope today with my daughters (ages 6 and 8). They *loved* it, I thought it perfectly charming. We all came away entertained. Great performances all around!
I saw Penelope today and loved it. It was very funny and a little sad at the same time. Good performances by everyone. James McAvoy is very cute, so is Christina Ricci. Reese Witherspoon is always fabulous in everything she does. I loved her look, very different and fun. I would definately recommend it.
This is a sweet little movie--a fable for little girls and grown-up girls alike. It was cute, funny, sad in places but had a great "message". Best movie of the year? Nope, but definitely worth the ticket price!
I, a woman of 24, saw "Penelope" today, and found it truly delightful! A lovely film in the vein of "Stardust", "Nanny McPhee", and "The Princess Bride". Witty, colorful, quirky, and unashamedly cheesy. The characters are thoroughly entertaining, brought perfectly to life in the slightly eccentric and ever engaging performances of Ricci and McAvoy. I have never written a review on Moviefone, but I absolutely had to tell anyone who would read this about the sweet little diversion with which I have instantly fallen so madly in love!
I LOVED this movie...I watched it today after watching The Other Boleyn Girl and they were both fantastic. My boyfriend liked Penelope too! I would definitely recommend this movie to anyone!
I absolutely loved this movie. I'm an old lady (44) but I really enjoyed it and so did everybody else there, all of whom were my age or older. It's such a sweet story about loving yourself the way you are and that's something that women of all ages need to be reminded of. Christina Ricci gave a great performance as did Catherine O'Hare, James McAvoy, and Reese Witherspoon. It's probably not going to win any Oscars but it was sweet, funny, and had a great message.
While I did enjoy the movie overall, I could not get past the 1/2 british and 1/2 american accents that plagued the entire cast. I certainly cannot understand why some of the actors who can actually DO an english accent well didn't seem to have them. There was no explanation that I could see as to why, and I have to say it was hard to listen to the dialogue. The saving grace was a yummy James McAvoy, and delightful Christina Ricci.
it was a good movie for kids and for adults too!
Christina Ricci is awesome in this film. Great entertainment for everyone, worth the dollars.