Excerpt: Upon seeing this film in theaters, it took me a moment to finally write a review. Not because of its critically acclaimed “astounding” and overvalued cinematography, but because of its absent and insensitive portrayal.
Excerpt: Marilyn Monroe is, without any doubt, the sexiest and most glamorous star Hollywood has ever produced. MWWM is a well done biopic that gives some insight into Marilyn's personality and insecurities.
Excerpt: Mooi gefilmd, zeer realistisch gespeeld. Marilyn lijdt, als zoveel ware sterren. Dit is groots te beleven in de film. De film neemt je mee naar een andere wereld. Een wereld waarin film nog magisch was en roem een mysterie.
Summary: My Week with Marilyn is a huge fairytale of the greatest mystery in Hollywood. With two great performance from Kenneth B. and Michelle W. Both of them are overwhelming, powerful and irresistible.
Summary: Thoroughly enjoyed this movie. I knew nothing of this fragile, insecure side of Marilyn Monroe so well portrayed, I had always thought of her a more manipulative and pretty stupid to be quite honest.
Summary: This is not a biopic. This is about a man called Colin a young guy on a film set that works for Sir Laurence Olivier on a film he is doing with Marilyn Monroe. Michelle Williams shines as Marilyn shes is funny sexy, and sad because of her personal problems. The film is acessible and fun.
Summary: This is a sweet little film made in a very English way about the most famous woman in the world. Williams is a charmer and helps us suspend disbelief just enough to see her as Marilyn. Kenneth Brannagh is a terrifically camp Olivier and Eddie Redmayne pretty much plays his pretty self.