Mrs Henderson Presents (2005) 720p YIFY Movie

Mrs Henderson Presents (2005)

Mrs Henderson Presents is a movie starring Judi Dench, Bob Hoskins, and Christopher Guest. Laura Henderson buys an old London theater and opens it up as the Windmill, a performance hall which goes down in history for, among other...

IMDB: 7.03 Likes

  • Genre: Comedy | Drama
  • Quality: 720p
  • Size: 1.25G
  • Resolution: / fps
  • Language: English
  • Run Time: 103
  • IMDB Rating: 7.0/10 
  • MPR: Normal
  • Peers/Seeds: 0 / 2

The Synopsis for Mrs Henderson Presents (2005) 720p

Recently widowed well-to-do Laura Henderson is at a bit of a loose end in inter-war London. On a whim she buys the derelict Windmill theatre in the West End and persuades impresario Vivian Van Damm to run it, despite the fact the two don't seem to get on at all. Although their idea of a non-stop revue is at first a success, other theatres copy it and disaster looms. Laura suggests they put nudes in the show, but Van Damm points out that the Lord Chamberlain, who licenses live shows in Britain, is likely to have something to say about this. Luckily Mrs Henderson is friends with him.


The Director and Players for Mrs Henderson Presents (2005) 720p

[Director]Christopher Guest
[Director]Stephen Frears
[Role:]Bob Hoskins
[Role:]Judi Dench
[Role:]Will Young


The Reviews for Mrs Henderson Presents (2005) 720p


Fantastic movie - most refreshing film I have seen in a long time........Reviewed bydolphcatsVote: 10/10

Have been meaning to see the movie since it's release, but for a multitude of reasons, have only just viewed it. It was truly refreshing - excellent acting (from all), demonstrated both compassion/compassionate, historical reference, honesty, modesty, etc., etc., etc....

Dame Judi Dench was fabulous, Bob Hoskins surprisingly great in a fairly serious role for him, Will Young - brilliant in his 'virgin' film role (absolute fan of his voice & 30/40's songs suited him down to the ground), Thelma Barlow - great to see her on the screen after many yrs out of Coronation St., played the part extremely well, and to finish, Kelly Reilly (Maureen) - played a special part in the movie for me for many reasons: plucked out of obscurity, became a natural leader of sorts through the diversity of nudity in a society which degraded a person's name readily through nonconforming, and mainly, because the scene of her death portrayed the feelings of warmth/closeness/loyalty and above all respect in a group of people who were 'merely' colleagues!........

Well done Peop's

PS I have 'walked out' of a few movies in my time due to lack of attention to detail, BUT, the only thing I found a discrepancy in with the movie was the fact that Bob Hoskins cigar, 'apparently lit at the time', did not burn the carpet when dropped in anger at virtually the beginning of the film....... The acting and dialogue distracted my focus!!! Again, well done.

An all-round British triumphReviewed bybushbabyskipVote: 10/10

How to start on this spectacular film?

The music is superb, Fenton did a sterling job in providing the score for this enthralling musical. Judi Dench sits, as always, perfectly in the role of rebellious Laura Henderson, and her rapport with Bob Hoskins gives a punch to the storyline. The stunning Kelly Reilly combines her English-rose appearance with wartime tenacity and delivers a truly believable and moving performance throughout. Will Young, a surprise casting for many, heads the musical cast with an almost scarily convincing performance as the energetic performer, Bertie. He's rightly received glowing reviews after his substantial appearance in the movie, most notably from Dench and Hoskins themselves - inspired casting by Frears.

This film is a perfect example of typically British humour and attitudes, particular during WWII - In fact it's been a hit with many people from the era (when I went to see it I was surrounded not least by people of 60 and over who reacted to the film with raucous laughter and many a teary eye). I whole heartedly recommend this film to anyone with a love of music, comedy, history, Britain or simply bloody good acting.

The Perfect Escape...Cinematic FunReviewed byjsemoviemanVote: 8/10

As the closing feature of the 2005 St. Louis International Film Festival, "Mrs. Henderson Presents" was shown to a nearly full theatre. Coming from the United Kingdom, the film is not a drama nor is it a comedy. "Mrs. Henderson Presents" is best described as a "dramedy" mixed with a musical. Judi Dench dives into her usual role with ease, playing Laura Henderson. As an upper-class widow left with heaps of money, she decides to purchase a theatre, which she names The Windmill. Through the love-hate relationship between Mrs. Henderson and her theatre manager (the terrific Bob Hoskins), they present the most revolutionary program in England: nude women on stage. "Mrs. Henderson Presents," constantly switches from drama to comedy, but is so skillfully directed by Stephen Frears that it maintains a fluid and graceful tone. This is a film that is told through the eyes of its main character, Laura Henderson, so an unrealistic sense of optimism exists. The message lies in the na?ve buoyancy Mrs. Henderson grabs from the continuous tragedy and sadness.

Stephen Frear's new film is truly heartbreaking and tragic, but ironically, is incredibly fun. In "Mrs. Henderson Presents," The Windmill Theatre stands tall like a knight in shining armor to the soldiers and crowds of England. It is also a pleasurable escape that certainly deserves more than one visit.

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