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is a Loveblarney, though, so all liberated women will just have to keep their peace.
They can take comfort in the fact they're treated marginally better in this movie than are the Irish, who just may be the last people on Earth who will tolerate such outrageous stereotyping.
In Stoker, his understated performance surely vindicates that lengthy casting process.
Goode plays the mysterious Uncle Charlie, who comes to visit his surly niece, India (Wasikowska), after her father dies on her 18th birthday.
The film constituted a revisionist update of the Cinderella story, adapted from the best-selling novel by Gregory Maguire, and premiered on ABC to stellar ratings, virtually guaranteeing success for Goode and his fellow players.
This month saw the return to our screens of British television giant Stephen Poliakoff, with Dancing on the Edge, about a black jazz band making their way into upper-crust society during the 1930s.
Poliakoff chose to lead his typically impressive cast for this five-part drama with one Matthew Goode.
The film is so loaded with bright-eyed priests, superstitious drunkards, frisky scoundrels, eccentric innkeepers and a gruff (but buff) barkeep, it's a wonder that someone doesn't file a class-action defamation lawsuit in the name of St. But that would be taking this bit of pre-Valentine's Day frippery way too seriously, and isn't the scenery gorgeous, darlin'?
Especially when that gruff (but buff) barkeep is a dreamboat named Declan (Matthew Goode), who only treats women like peat moss because he had his heart broken by one, you know?
PG Faith and begorrah, if it isn't that strange beastie the Loveblarney that comes thunderin' over the green hills!