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Colin Firth Movies

Over the course of his career Colin Firth's leading roles have ranged from comedic, to dramatic, and, of course, oh-so romantic, displaying his competence in each genre. For all you Jane Austen fans, make sure to check him out as Mr. Darcy in the 1995 television adaptation of 'Pride and Prejudice'.

Great Stage-To-Screen Adaptations

Given a movie is really just a play with some cameras chucked in, it is unsurprising so many fantastic films have emerged from the thespian sphere; enjoy this collection of play adaptations, ranging from the work of Old Bill to Arthur Miller.

Miss Downton Abbey?

Then why not enjoy this list of big houses, and dramas both upstairs and downstairs. Includes Stephen Fry's directorial debut "Bright Young Things" and late period Robert Altman classic "Gosford Park" (Also featuring Stephen Fry)

'Go Brit, Never Quit': British Charmers in Love

Once you go Brit, you never quit; enjoy this collection of charming British leads, and they sweep a variety of unhappy middle-aged women off their feet and into their thin, pale, but nevertheless appealing arms. Go classic with 'Impromptu' or place yourself squarely in the modern age with 'Bridget Jones'.

'Movies Like The Great Gatsby': Loudest Roaring 20s Movies

In between the first world war and great depression, our 20th century forbearers were apparently able to have a bit of fun, doing twisty, angular dance moves, drinking champagne out of tall glasses, and wearing headbands with feathers in 'em. Sounds alright!

Hitchcock Movies

In the words of the great man himself, 'Drama is life with the dull bits cut out'; certainly, there isn't a dull moment to be found in this consistently superb collection of Hitchcock's directorial efforts.

'Movies Like Atonement': British Romances of Yesteryear

Romantic gentlemen are waiting around every corner to sweep ladies off their feet (all while managing not to expose their ankles) in this collection of the best British romance flicks set in bygone eras, but made post the year 2000. Find your Mr. Darcy!

'Bridget Jones & Co.': English Romantic Comedy

As 'Bridget Jones' fans will attest to, nobody does RomComs like British; dry humor, charmingly eccentric supporting casts, and - of course - if you were to throw a dart blindfolded a 75% chance of hitting Hugh Grant.

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