|Bright Young Things 2003 R, 105 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Drama
Director: Stephen Fry
Cast: Stephen Campbell Moore, Emily Mortimer, David Tennant, Fenella Woolgar, James McAvoy, Julia McKenzie, Stockard Channing, Alex Barclay, Simon Callow, Dan Aykroyd, Bill Paterson, Imelda Staunton, Michael Sheen, Adrian Scarborough, Jim Carter
Adapted from Evelyn Waugh's "Vile Bodies," this tale satirizes the lifestyles of upper-crust Londoners during the late 1930s.
|Casanova 2005 TV, 172 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Drama
Director: Sheree Folkson
Cast: David Tennant, David Foxxe, Tamzin Griffin, Peter O'Toole, Clare Higgins, Rose Byrne, Andrew Vincent, Dervla Kirwan, John Sandilands, Rosanna Lavelle, Tim Scott-Walker, Zac Fox
In this made-for-BBC story of the passionate Casanova, David Tennant takes on the title role of young Casanova, while Peter O'Toole plays the aging Casanova who tells the maid, Edith (Rose Byrne), all about his younger days of romantic adventures.
|Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire 2005 PG-13, 157 min.|
Genre: Family / Adventure / Fantasy / Mystery
Director: Mike Newell
Cast: Daniel Radcliffe, Rupert Grint, Emma Watson, Eric Sykes, Timothy Spall, David Tennant, Mark Williams, James Phelps, Oliver Phelps, Bonnie Wright, Tom Felton, Jason Isaacs, Robbie Coltrane, Michael Gambon, Maggie Smith
It is Harry's fourth year at Hogwart's School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, and he rejoins friends Ron Weasley (Rupert Grint) and Hermione Granger (Emma Watson) for more adventures. This time around, Harry is entered in the Tri Wizard Tournament between Hogwarts, Beauxbatons and Durmstrang, which proves to be as dangerous as it is difficult, but Harry perseveres. An Academy Award nomination was received for Best Art Direction.
|The Last September 1999 R, 104 min.|
Director: Deborah Warner
Cast: Maggie Smith, Michael Gambon, Jane Birkin, Fiona Shaw, Lambert Wilson, David Tennant, Keeley Hawes, Gary Lydon, Richard Roxburgh, Jonathan Slinger
Set in 1920s England, this story revolves around an elderly couple–Lady Myra (Maggie Smith) and Sir Richard Naylor (Michael Gambon)–and their household of young people. Their niece Lois (Keeley Hawes) falls in love with all the wrong people, and the married guests–Hugo (Lambert Wilson) and Francie (Jane Birkin) try to hide the fact that they are homeless. The plot thickens when a new guest (Fiona Shaw) arrives ready to dispense advice to all.
|1. Bright Young Things (2003)|
2. Casanova (2005)
3. Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (2005)
4. The Last September (1999)
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