Atom User Reviews for Downton Abbey
The only drama were the gay scenes. Something that would have been very rare in that day, but the directors felt needed a lot of screen time. Can’t we get a good movie without agendas or politics from either side?
Being a fan of the series I absolutely adored the movie. It was marvelous seeing the Crawleys back and on the big screen.
most elegant. royalty engaging. a nobel feast of filming.
Absolutely loved having the whole crew!!!
Can I give it a 10 out of 5 Cent wait to see it again !
Dialog had many funny and on point lines. Really enjoyed the feel good nature of movie. Music was lovely and choreography of horses and people enjoyable to watch
I didn't watch the series until 3 seasons in, but my wife was a fan from the beginning. I became hooked, and this movie was everything I had hoped for.
This is either gives you the answers, to the "what happens too", and the end of Downton... OR just the beginning of a franchise !
Just as good as the show!
All the bits and pieces were tied together in there was some really good feel good moments from an amazing cast.
A great catch up from the series and leaves it open for it to maybe continue. 🤞🏼
I absolutely loved this movie; it was great catching up with the characters!
There was no plot involving Mary or parents. The characters we cared about from the series.
many of the characters seemed out of character from the series--Bates and Anna, Thomas, and Carson. It all got a bit silly when the Downton staff got their revenge.
The plot of the Downton Abbey movie is brilliant, not so much because it is surprising, but because it allows every member of the cast to do what we expect of them.
Downton 2.0 is literally bigger, broader, more gem-encrusted, punctuated with more drone shots and monarchist pomp, and has all the major cast members back in place.
Fans of the enduringly popular ITV period drama series will no doubt embrace this feature film spin-off, which represents a step up in lavish visual spectacle while retaining a comforting familiarity of themes and storytelling style.