The Invisible Woman gives us a plausible image of the great man in the fullness of his celebrity, and an affecting portrait of the woman who lived much of her life in his shadow. show more
Jones (Like Crazy) gives Nelly's tragic plight a palpable anguish. There is no doubt that Dickens - who was mad about theater, about acting, about inhabiting other lives onstage and in the pages of his books - was in love with Nelly. show more
A career high point for Ralph Fiennes as both an actor and director, this unfussy and emotionally penetrating work also provides lead actress Felicity Jones with the prime role in which she abundantly fulfills the promise suggested in some of her earlier small films. show more
Terrible. Amateurish, confusing and pompous, with disembowled plot lines, overly dark scenes, unfocused -- literally -- and jarring hand-held jerking camera scenes overwhelmed whatever good acting existed. Been there, done that with the French in the 60\'s.
Very, very slow moving movie. I turned to my wife to tell her I was falling a sleep only to find that she was sleeping.