Burton And Taylor
Burton And Taylor (2013)

Drama telling the story of Hollywood's most glamorous couple, Richard Burton and Elizabeth Taylor, who acted together for the last time in Noel Coward's Private Lives in 1983. When Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton met on the set… More

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Rated: PG
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Genre: Drama
DVD Release Date: February 4, 2014
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Linda Holmes

Bonham Carter has a firm hand on a fundamental conflict within Taylor, which is that she seems like such an impossibly elegant, self-possessed woman at some moments and like such an infuriating flake at others.

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David Wiegand
San Francisco Chronicle

Not only does it capture the essence of the two outsize icons of film and scandal, it also brings them in for a humanizing close-up.

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Deborah Ross
Daily Mail (UK)

Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton were a riveting couple and Burton And Taylor was a wholly riveting 90 minutes.

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Hank Stuever
Washington Post

Bonham Carter offers up a sympathetic Liz who is in the process of squandering her talent; West makes Burton's brokenness seem like a noble resignation. And both seem surprised that each other's company is no longer the cure for what ails them.

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Lori Rackl
Chicago Sun-Times

BBC America is here to set the universe right again with its love/hate story about Hollywood's hot mess of a couple.

Billy Nilles

Burton and Taylor succeeds thanks to its truncated timeline and intimate feel.

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Ed Bark
Uncle Barky

It's a film that asks a lot from West and Bonham Carter, who deliver time and again in roles that could have eaten them alive. Instead we feast.

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Verne Gay

Excellent actors playing excellent actors -- and largely succeeding.

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Matt Roush
TV Guide

Unlike last year's miserable Liz & Dick Lifetime biopic, BBC America's Burton and Taylor takes a more mature and artful approach - even the title is more respectful - with a giddy Helena Bonham Carter and a wearily dignified Dominic West

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