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Current Rating: 3.60

Current Rating: 3.60

based on 76 votes and 27 reviews

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  • 4 stars love judy dench will watch any of her movies looking forward to pbs vivtoria second season too
  • 1 stars not impressed ... except for Judy Dench's acting
  • 4 stars Not an Academy Award Winner, but definitely a must see. Acting is superb, photography is wonderful, costuming is to behold! The NEW seating at Grant Park is terrific!
  • 5 stars Great story. We need more like this!
  • 3 stars Well it's ridiculous to say they shouldn't have shown the racism. That was the reality of the times. You have to remember the worst parts of history so you never repeat it. As far as the movie - great acting, ok story, ok movie. Kind of one of those movies you forget after you've seen it.
  • 5 stars I love this movie !! Funny & caring each other ,Highly recommend!!
  • 5 stars Entertaining, funny and yet, based on a true "unknown" story until fairly recently historical events released. Actors were phenomenal! It was very enjoyable. Highly recommend,
  • 5 stars Great movie. Recommended to all ages.
  • 5 stars Super acting, great story and true.
  • 1 stars Why is it so hard to actually stick to real history when passing something off as history? I have traveled to his part of the world and hold a degree in history. This tale is so distorted you may as well of had Victoria and the Hulk as the story line. Don't waste your time it will only confuse those with little history and anger those who know it. I love Dench but this is not worth the viewing.

Victoria & Abdul

Genre:  Drama
Running Time:  111 min.
In theatres:
September 29, 2017 - Toronto
October 6, 2017 - Expands

Current rating: Rating: 3.60
based on 76 votes and 28 reviews
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Cast: Michael Gambon, Judi Dench, Olivia Williams, Eddie Izzard, Simon Callow, Ali Fazal