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An Ideal Husband (1999)



Good evening, readers. Tonight I wanted to share a new review. This one didn't get published here, but I have all the details of where you can read my latest review, An Ideal Husband. Why did I decide to share this external review? Well, because it's an amazingly fun and romantic costume drama. And from past experience, we all know, costume dramas are favorites among us.

If you're unfamiliar with the name or the story, it's an adaptation of Oscar Wilde's play. The 1999 film stars Jeremy Northam, Cate Blanchett, Minnie Driver and Rupert Everett, who by the way, will join the third season of The Musketeers next year. Made during Miramax's "frenzy" of costume dramas (Jane Eyre, Emma, Mansfield Park, etc.), this is actually, to this day, one of my personal favorites.

I had the chance to review An Ideal Husband for Silver Petticoat, and of course, the opportunity to promote this "classic" a bit was smashing. My mom and I sat down to re-watch it for the first time in at least five years, and I discovered it's just as much of a sassy delight the fifth time I've seen it as it was that very first viewing...

Whether you're considering watching it for the first time or this reminds you to re-discover it, you're invited to find out what you might enjoy about An Ideal Husband. (Review snippet + link is below.)


An Ideal Husband – A Sassy Story about Blackmail… and Romance

This 1999 comedy is inspired by one of Oscar Wilde’s plays and gives us a carefree good time if nothing else. As a teen, this was one of the films I’d watched all the time, but it was only recently that I finally saw it again after a handful of years without reliving it. Because of its relevant wit, talented cast and brilliant story, this film only grows stronger with time. It may not be an “important” movie with significant vignettes for life’s journey, but it’s beyond just a “good time.” Read the review in full →

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  1. I hadn't heard of this movie previously! But that cast sounds epic together! I am going to see if I can get it from the library soon

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    1. If you can see it, I wish you happy watching, Alyssa. The cast IS amazing, and the story is lots of fun. :)

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  2. Oh I love this movie! It's one of our favorite period dramas that we watch on rotation with all the other greats. :D

    I tagged you on my blog!

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    1. As do I, Sarah. It's one of my "classic" costume dramas that never seems to grow old. :)

      Thank you so much; I'll be by to check out that tag. :)

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  3. Oh, it's been years since I've seen this one, too! I'm trying to recall all the fascinating plot twists and entanglements!!! I'll just have to pull out my DVD and watch it again!

    How sweet of you to share a review on Silver Petticoat's site. I'm off there now to read it!

    Blessings! Net

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    1. It's such a fabulous film, Net. So many entertaining shenanigans and the cast... amazing! My mom and I re-watched it for this review, and I was reminded again how delightful it is.

      Silver Petticoat is a wonderful site. It was definitely a good find and I cannot wait to see how it grows in the near future. :) Thanks - as always, for visiting.

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  4. Oh, I love a good classic! I'm surprised I haven't heard of this one. Sounds delightful. :)

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    1. It's wonderful, Heather. Not a "technical" classic, but in my mind... it fits! ;)

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  5. This one is definitely a classic! Whether whoever decides what gets categorized as a classic would agree or not, I love it too much for it to be anything but! ;D

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    1. Right on, Kara. That's what I same. I'm calling it a classic in my repertoire of favorites. ;)

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