Florence Foster Jenkins User Reviews

Current Rating: 4.42

Current Rating: 4.42

based on 66 votes and 29 reviews

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  • 5 stars We all need to laugh. Meryl Streep is superb as FFJ! Hugh Grant doesn't even have to act- the rôle is natural for Mr Grant of Chiopin fame in the classic beaut film : "Impromptu"! As for the pianist, well chosen! Curious if he actually performed himself, as it appeared he did. His face, serious or comic, brings tears of laughter to many eyes!
  • 1 stars I'm a Meryl Streep fan but this movie was so boring. A real disappointment.
  • 5 stars A surprising tale.
  • 2 stars the only reason I went too this show was because Marel Streep was in a large let down
  • 5 stars Very enjoyable! Great acting from Streep and Grant; liked the costumes etc.
  • 5 stars Wonder full suberb acting by all the clothing and sets were outstanding and it had some very funny moments
  • 2 stars Could not wait till it was over.
  • 5 stars Perhaps the best film of my 70 years. A truly memorable performance by each member of the cast with special appreciation for the outstanding performances by Streep, Grant, and Helberg. Streep played a role that required the talent only she could bring to the character. Hugh Grant was amazing and Helberg was a complete surprise. Do not miss this film!
  • 5 stars There was nothing I didn't like about this movie. Great acting from Meryl streep and Hugh Grant and Simon Helberg. You got sucked into the movie and had you laughing and crying. I wish they would come out with more great movies like this.
  • 1 stars not much. Meryl streep is ..an overrated actress.

Florence Foster Jenkins

Genre:  Comedy | Running Time:  110 min.
In theatres:  August 12, 2016 | On DVD/VOD:  December 13, 2016

Current rating: Rating: 4.42
based on 66 votes and 29 reviews
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Cast: Meryl Streep, Hugh Grant, Simon Helberg, Rebecca Ferguson, Nina Arianda

Inspiration: Florence Foster Jenkins