Downton Abbey

The beloved Crawleys and their intrepid staff prepare for the most important moment of their lives. A royal visit from the King and Queen of England will unleash scandal, romance and intrigue that will leave the future of Downton hanging in the balance.

  • Released: 2019-09-12
  • Runtime: 122 minutes
  • Genre: Drama, History, Romance
  • Stars: Hugh Bonneville, Jim Carter, Michelle Dockery, Elizabeth McGovern, Maggie Smith, Imelda Staunton, Penelope Wilton, Laura Carmichael, Raquel Cassidy, Brendan Coyle, Kevin Doyle, Michael Fox, Joanne Froggatt, Matthew Goode, Harry Hadden-Paton, Stephen Campbell Moore, Lesley Nicol, Robert James-Collier, Allen Leech, Phyllis Logan, Geraldine James, Alex Crisp, Douglas Reith, Charlie Watson, David Haig, Susan Lynch, Max Brown, Fifi Hart, Oliver Barker, Zac Barker, Mark Addy, Eva Samms, Karina Samms, Kate Phillips, Harry Livingstone, Alice McCarthy, James Cartwright, Andrew Havill, Philippe Spall, Richenda Carey, Max Hutchinson, Tom Ashley, Simon Jones, Graeme Smiles, Tuppence Middleton, Darren Strange, John Biggins, Perry Fitzpatrick, Daniel Millar, David Lonsdale, Sophie McShera, Jessica Brown Findlay
  • Director: Michael Engler
  • ivobg - 9 September 2023
    One of the most boring ever
    It's absolutely boring, slow moving, with no real story line at first place.

    Looks like a big budget was spent making it, but it's lacking to grab and keep my attention. It's similar to an Indian soap opera, just in British aristocracy.

    All dialogues are empty, despite they're all talking too much. I couldn't care about any of the characters.

    The soundtrack was mostly annoying and sort of not fitting at such a movie. Only the classical tunes were spot on.

    It's beyond my understanding why people would rate this 10/10... What's so genuine or brilliant in this production?

    I only rate 10/10 movies which reach leave a solid mark by a brilliant acting, camera work and directing. This thing here has nothing of these, not even close.

    Even if you're a huge fan of the series (which I haven't watched), raging it 10 is just too much. Let's be honest.
  • reganjab - 4 September 2022
    Lock them in the attic
    An ok movie. Definitely one for the fans of the tv show.

    In all there's nothing much to say about it really. A general run of the mill sort of plot.

    A little dull in parts but with plenty of humour sprinkled throughout the movie.

    Plus most of the old cast returns with some new faces too.

    The dowager (Maggie Smith) is on top form as always.

    Overall, I enjoyed it immensely and I'll probably watch it again.

    I've nothing left to say but IMDB tells me my review is too short to be published.

    So, I will wrap this up by saying that I enjoyed the movie enough to want to watch the sequel Downton Abbey A New Era.
  • bzager - 19 May 2022
    Wraps Up Like a Christmas Present
    The audience gets the nostalgia it came for in this two-hour period piece.

    Most of the actors from previous productions appear but some have very little to do. What you will get are lavish costumes and sets, genteel ladies and gentlemen and a plot line straight out of Singing In The Rain. There is little, to offer in the way of suspense or surprise. This film is a gift to fans wrapped in a bow. If there aren't any more sequels, the series still satisfies hunger for a simpler, happier time.
  • vwehrens-12346 - 1 January 2022
    Hugh Bonneville
    I loved the series and this film too. I bought them all on dvd and binge-watched them. Because of that I noticed that Hugh Bonnevilles voice/accent is slightly different in the film. It feels a bit weird at times, but doesn't affect the film at all.