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Current Rating: 4.03

Current Rating: 4.03

based on 790 votes and 43 reviews

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  • 5 stars A bit slow but still found it entertaining.
  • Really good movie, great acting. Especially loved natalie portman's performance. If you like betrayal,sex and lots of drama this is the movie!
  • Oh Henry, you naughty boy! FatJan
  • very good movie but sad at the end!
  • Henry VIII was NOT handsome. He was overweight, and dirty. Though I suppose they all were back then. Dirty, I mean. But I guess rolling around in the sack with an ugly fat dude just doesn't have the same sex appeal.
  • Excellent! Natalie Portman and Scarlett Johansson as the Boleyn sisters were fantastic. One of the better movies that I have seen this year.
  • Interesting movie, the roles were well played and it kept you intersted throughout.
  • If I hadn't read the book, I would have loved this movie. In and of itself it was a good movie, however, I preferred the story from Mary's perspective as it was told in the book. Anne's role took over the film. This is unfortunate and a little strange since it is titled "The OTHER Boleyn Girl". This would probably have been better as a 3 part series in order to adequately cover all of the history that is covered so well in the book.
  • I thought it was a really well made movie. Often times I would forget I was watching a movie the acting was that good. It left me a little disturbed because of what that century was all about...and its good to know that we have come a long way.
  • HORRIBLE! Really disappointed in the movie.

The Other Boleyn Girl

Genre:  Drama | Running Time:  115 min.
Release date:  February 29, 2008 | On DVD/VOD:  June 10, 2008

Current rating: Rating: 4.03
based on 790 votes and 43 reviews
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Cast: Natalie Portman, Scarlett Johansson, Eric Bana, Kristin Scott Thomas, Mark Rylance, David Morrissey, Eddie Redmayne, Benedict Cumberbatch