Excerpt: Maybe I’m a bit bias, but when it comes to films that pertain to the UK, I tend to tune out. Nothing against the Brits, but there are clearly some cultural differences between them and those of us in the States.
Conclusion: The Invisible Woman is an assured piece of work and I do believe that Ralph Fiennes has got this directing thing down cold. I look forward to his next project and I look forward to more by Felicity Jones, as well.
Conclusion: The Invisible Woman is a marked improvement over Ralph Fiennes' first time in the director's chair, but he again struggles a bit to hold on to viewers' attentions. While it looks nice, its story is relatively interesting, and the cast is more than adequate (especially Felicity Jones), this film...
Summary: Ralph Fiennes follows up his powerful directorial debut Coriolanus with this beautifully-crafted tale, in which he stars as married author Charles Dickens, depicting his secret love affair with Nelly Ternan.