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28. Aug 2004 at 10:39
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2005 scheduled release



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Reply #1 - 29. Aug 2004 at 03:04
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Thanks for the heads-up, hosenhaus.  Smiley

<i>Emma Thompson stars in the title role as a nanny with magical powers who enters the household of the recently widowed Mr Brown played by Colin Firth (Girl With A Pearl Earring, Love Actually) and tames his seven wayward children with astonishing results.


The film also stars Angela Lansbury (Beauty and the Beast, Murder, She Wrote) as Aunt Adelaide, Kelly MacDonald (JM Barrie's Neverland, Trainspotting) as Mr Brown's scullery maid Evangeline, and Thomas Sangster (Love Actually) as Simon, Mr Brown's eldest son. Newcomers Eliza Bennet, Jenny Daykin, Raphael Coleman, Sam Honeywood, and Holly Gibbs play the younger Brown children.</i>

I guess it's going to be of interest with Thomas Sangster in it, for sure.  Wink

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Smiley I saw again this very good movie this evening. I liked the very good play of Thomas SANGSTER in part of Simon and also the one of Raphaël COLEMAN and Sam HONYWOOD in parts of Eric and Sebastien. My movie rating is 8/10 !

  
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Reply #4 - 13. Mar 2013 at 23:42
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I loved this movie!

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Reply #5 - 16. Mar 2013 at 06:54
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As much as I love Asa Butterfield, I have to say this was the better of the 2 movies!
  
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Reply #6 - 17. Mar 2013 at 19:44
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Yes, I agree this was the better movie though sequels rarely match the originals. I did, however, think that Eros Vlahos (wih a name like that is BA sure he was born in the UK?) who played the posh Cyril, was very good in the sequel.
  
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Cinefan wrote on 17. Mar 2013 at 19:44:
Yes, I agree this was the better movie though sequels rarely match the originals. I did, however, think that Eros Vlahos (wih a name like that is BA sure he was born in the UK?) who played the posh Cyril, was very good in the sequel.

Can't say I know the answer to that one! I'm not very knowledgeable on UK actors. Smiley
  
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Reply #8 - 18. Mar 2013 at 07:31
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Cinefan wrote on 17. Mar 2013 at 19:44:
Eros Vlahos (wih a name like that is BA sure he was born in the UK?)


Yes, Eros was born in the UK - in London to be precise. Vlahos appears to be a relative common name, although of Greek origin, it goes back in the UK to at least the 1920s. The first immigrants appear to have settled in Wales.
Eros is, of course, also Greek.

  
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