Directed by: Oliver Parker
Starring: Colin Firth, Frances O'Connor, Reese Witherspoon, Rupert Everett
Genres: Comedy, Drama, Romance
Plot hole: When Miss Prism meets Dr. Chasuble in the vestry, he says he has "a double baptism" later in the afternoon, yet this happens before Jack and Algy ask Dr. Chasuble to baptize them.
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Lady Bracknell: Sorry if we are a little late, Algy. I was obliged to call on dear Lady Harbury. I have not been there since her husband's death. I never saw a woman so altered. She looks quite twenty years younger.
When the women ride by on horseback in the woods, once they pass the men, they've switched sides.
Rupert Everett ad-libbed two scenes: the one in which he kisses Colin Firth on the cheek, and the one where he heartily slaps Colin Firth on the bottom. The director, Oliver Parks, thought Firth's startled reactions were so funny that he kept both in the film.