Mr. Malcolm's List

Mr. Malcolm's List

When she fails to meet an item on his list of requirements for a bride, Julia Thistlewaite is jilted by London’s most eligible bachelor, Mr. Malcolm. Feeling humiliated and determined to exact revenge, she convinces her friend Selina Dalton to play the role of his ideal match. Soon, Mr. Malcolm wonders whether he’s found the perfect woman...or the perfect hoax.



Original Title: Mr. Malcolm's List
Year: 2022
Countries: United States of America
Category: Comedy,Romance,History
Languages: English
Production Companies: Ingenious Media,Screen Ireland,Blinder Films,Untitled Entertainment,Refinery29,Rebelle Media,Bleecker Street
Gender: Comedy,Romance,History
IMDB: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt12545566
Movie Cast:

  • Selina Dalton: Freida Pinto
  • Jeremy Malcolm: Sope Dirisu
  • Julia Thistlewaite: Zawe Ashton
  • Lord Cassidy: Oliver Jackson-Cohen
  • Captain Henry Ossory: Theo James
  • Gertie Covington: Ashley Park
  • Lady Margaret: Danielle Ryan
  • Mrs. Dalton: Dawn Bradfield
  • Mrs. Thistlewaite: Naoko Mori
  • Mr. Woodbury: Gerry O'Brien
  • Lady Gwyneth Amberton: Sophie Vavasseur
  • John: Divian Ladwa
  • Reeves: Derek Carroll
  • Lady Kilbourne: Doña Croll
  • Mr. Dalton: Paul Tylak
  • Lord ‘Handsome Man’ Ellison: Thomas Joseph Lawlor

Movie Crew:

  • Executive Producer: Freida Pinto
  • Executive Producer: Constance Wu
  • Producer: Laura Rister
  • Producer: Katie Holly
  • Producer: Emma Holly Jones
  • Novel: Suzanne Allaine
  • Producer: Laura Lewis

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    1 Review

  1. CinemaSerf dice:

    "Julia" (Zawe Ashton") isn't the brightest candle in the candelabra, and when she is taken to the opera by the highly eligible "Mr. Malcolm" (Sope Dirisu) quickly discovers he is less than impressed with her views on the "Corn Laws". Feeling jilted, matters are exacerbated when her friend "Lord Cassidy" (an almost unrecognisable Oliver Jackson Cohen) reveals that her erstwhile beau has a list of things he requires from his would-be wife. Infuriated, the two concoct a plan to hoist this arrogant man by his own petard. To that end, they draft in her rather naive friend "Selina" (Freida Pinto) who is enlisted to ensnare "Malcolm" whilst creating a list of their own to present to him at the end of this faux-courting process. Of course things don't quite go to plan. It happens that their mark and "Selena" do start to bond rather, "Julia" finds herself firmly in the sights of the decently dashing "Capt. Ossory" (Theo James) and as the bard said, "the best laid plans...." This is a fine looking drama, with the costumes and stately homes all doing their best, but the story is a sort of mix of "Les Liaisons Dangereuses" with some good old-fashioned Jane Austen-light. The characterisations are fairly weak - as is most of the acting, and the pretty thin story has an inevitability to it that underwhelms. Fans of Victorian period drama will probably enjoy it; it's not a bad film - but I reckon it will keep til television at Christmas. No need at all to see it at a cinema.

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