… his co-partner Hugh Laurie, has directed his sense of humor into the dull but gifted and skilful humor Oscar that decant extravagantly into his writing and conversation.
In actuality, Oscar always conquered his surroundings, and so was portrayed in the movie. In many respects, Fry’s acting and Oscar’s nature dwarf the supporting cast, making it is wonderful picture to watch. The other female leading character Constance, Oscar’s long-suffering wife, played by Jennifer Ehle is stunning in the movie. However, at the end of the movie the viewers know little more about Constance than did at …
… that the viewers cannot help being caught up in the tragic events portrayed in the movie. Overall, Wilde is together a controlled and the same time, zealous and thrilling movie (Ealasaid, 1998).
Frederic & Ann, Mary Brussat. Movie Review: Wilde. July 1998 www.spiritualityhealth.com
Ealasaid A. Haas. Wilde Review. Scroom Times. Volume 3, Number 6. June 1998.