«The Importance of Being Earnest» is a 2002 comedy.
In this adaptation of Oscar Wilde's witty play about mistaken identities, Rupert Everett and Colin Firth star as two proper gentlemen in 1890s London who use the same pseudonym with disastrous results. At a country estate, they fall in love with two ladies – Cecily (Reese Witherspoon) and Gwendolyn (Frances O'Connor). But the hilarious confusion that ensues from their noms de guerre could sink their respective chances at romance.
«The Importance of Being Earnest» directed by Oliver Parker.
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Not Bad01 July 2014
Not a bad movie.
The Importance of Being Earnest15 February 2014
I liked this movie. It held me all the way through. Nice love story.
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The Importance of Being Earnest17 January 2012
I just loved this movie on its own merit not judging it by book standards. I enjoyed the actors and their characters. I thought it was very well done and cute and funny. I saw it once and cannot wait to see it again.
Great02 September 2011
This adaptation is not for purists; that being said, I love it.
It's for those who like watching a group of gifted actors, delivering some of the smartest lines of all English literature.
Reese Whiterspoon mastered the British accent to the point you would never guess she's American, Colin...