Raves About NOTES Pour In... And It Hasn't Even Op

If this doesn't convince you to go see NOTES on December 27th I don't know what will... Enjoy!Judi Dench in NOTES ON A SCANDAL


“This film not only gives us the terrific match-up of Dench and Blanchett but also gives the Dame a chance to reteam with Eyre, who directed her to an Oscar nomination in IRIS.” - Lisa Schwarzbaum, Entertainment Weekly

“The movie has all the right ingredients: lust, greed, envy, secrets, lies, betrayals. The plot veers in all kinds of unexpected ways. Blanchett is brilliant. Dench is an awards contender and her performance is the biggest twist.” - Interview

“Judi Dench is sparking Oscar buzz again” - Jack Matthews, New York Daily News

“…the Dame Judi Dench [gives a] tour-de-force performance in NOTES ON A SCANDAL. Those who’ve seen it say it is Judi’s best work ever. (That is saying an awful lot!)” - Liz Smith, New York Post

“A sordid story delivered with a tony pedigree ... Two high-powered actresses ... Oscar bait for sure” – Gene Seymour, Newsday

“Coming soon … Judi Dench’s sixth Oscar nomination. She’s unbearably scary and sad in NOTES ON A SCANDAL, a sort of WHATEVER HAPPENED TO BABY JANE? set in north London ... There’s something deliciously gothic about the whole enterprise and Dame Judi is as you’ve never seen her before. It’s a turn almost as startling as when Anthony Hopkins became Hannibal Lecter.” – The Observer

”A diabolically clever script from Patrick Marber (CLOSER) and directed with superior style by Richard Eyre, the real treat is watching the divine Dench and luminous Blanchett have a field day with these juicy roles.” - Dennis Dermody, Paper

“It’s hard not to be astonished by [Judi's] intensity and range.” – Peter Herbst, Premiere

“Judi Dench so convincingly plays a twisted and conniving woman – brilliant but sick – that the tension made some of their scenes together almost unbearable to watch.” – Michael Specter, Vogue


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