Drama / Romance

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 93%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 86%
IMDb Rating 7.7 10 12437


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Helena Bonham Carter as Lady at Cricket Match
Hugh Grant as Clive Durham
Ben Kingsley as Lasker-Jones
Rupert Graves as Alec Scudder
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by LiamMc702 10 / 10

Like A Roller-coaster!

'Maurice' is one of few films that I truly do favour. It utilises amazing actors and the thing I loved most was the story line, it had me aghast at moments wondering what was going to happen, the film really made me feel empathy for 'Maurice' and 'Sudder'.

I definitely believe that this film is going to be one that i will enjoy countless times again.

Reviewed by snowyprecipice 10 / 10

Superb movie

This was a bittersweet movie set in Edwardian Britain. It stars James Wilby in the title role as Maurice, who meets a very liberal and refreshing Clive (played by Hugh Grant) in college. Clive falls in love with Maurice and confesses, who first reacts with horror and then later realizes he's felt the same for a while, too. It just never really occurred to him that a man could love another man. They are in a relationship for about 2 years, when Clive gets doubts because he's afraid of the consequences if things get out, so he breaks it off.

(Ugh stupid, cowardly Clive!)

Maurice, rather lost and heartbroken, doesn't really know how to deal with it, especially after Clive gets himself a wife (a benign, rather sweet girl that Clive is fond of). He even tries conversion therapy, which doesn't work and leaves him feeling more hopeless. But he meets the smouldering gamekeeper Alec Scudder (played by Rupert Graves i.e. Lestrade in BBC's Sherlock), who helps him realize that he isn't wrong to feel that way about men.

I cried at the end. Maurice gets a happy ending, but in the last scene, Clive looks out the window, an empty shell of who he once was, watching his memory of young Maurice (in their college days) disappearing forever. It's so sad how societal pressures and his own cowardice to face up to his true nature could force this man into the closet and a loveless marriage.

And just to add, James Wilby is a true English beauty; just look at his fair hair!

Reviewed by Irishmoviereviewer 9 / 10

A truly romantic gay story of the 1900s

I honestly felt bad for Maurice that he lost Clive as his lover because they were just utterly in love but I had a funny feeling, throughout their relationship, he seemed very resistant. No man-to-man touching, only woman & man touching. I thought he was such a silly man to get involved with Maurice in the first place! Hugh Grant did a good job on playing a young man with a very strong posh accent!!

I loved how the gatekeeper Alec Scudder just immediately fell in love with Maurice from the day he walked into Clives mansion. It just gives you that happy feeling that there will be always another light at the end of the tunnel. I'm so happy both reunited at the very end and lived happily ever after!

I was so glad to see the two legends Simon Callow and Helena Bonham Carter appeared in this film. They hadn't changed a bit from then!

Two hours watching this film was worth watching!

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