Spencer (2021) 720p YIFY Movie

Spencer (2021)

During her Christmas holidays with the royal family at the Sandringham estate in Norfolk, England, Diana Spencer, struggling with mental health problems, decides to end her decade-long marriage to Prince Charles.

IMDB: 7.30 Likes

  • Genre: Biography | Drama
  • Quality: 720p
  • Size: 1.04G
  • Resolution: 1204*720 / 24 fpsfps
  • Language: English 2.0  
  • Run Time: 117
  • IMDB Rating: 7.3/10 
  • MPR: R
  • Peers/Seeds: 46 / 336

The Synopsis for Spencer (2021) 720p

During her Christmas holidays with the royal family at the Sandringham estate in Norfolk, England, Diana Spencer, struggling with mental health problems, decides to end her decade-long marriage to Prince Charles.

The Director and Players for Spencer (2021) 720p

[Director]Pablo Larraín
[Role:]Timothy Spall
[Role:]Kristen Stewart
[Role:]Jack Nielen

The Reviews for Spencer (2021) 720p

Good performances enliven slow filmReviewed bySpanner-2Vote: 5/10

Kristen Stewart stars as Diana in this story which covers one weekend at the end of her marriage where she has to deal with Christmas with the royal family.. The film is slowly paced, which makes it at times kinda dull but the production values are very good and Stewart is terrific in the role... you never really get to know the other royals, and most of her interactions are with the household staff... other than a few fun scenes where she is with her sons.

A Masterclass in Story, Direction, Acting, and Everything ElseReviewed bysweidman-28016Vote: 9/10

"Here, in this house, there is no future. Past and the present are the same thing."

I'm very late on this but I have free time now!

During her Christmas holidays with the royal family at the Sandringham estate in Norfolk, England, Diana Spencer, struggling with mental health problems, decides to end her decade-long marriage to Prince Charles. At the beginning of Spencer, we're told this is a fable from a tragic tale. Though we may not know the full story from those three days, what Spencer manages to do is extraordinary. This film is brilliant from start to finish. Diana's story has become increasingly popular within the past few years, especially with season four of The Crown. Some may be getting fatigued from the story, but I am not. We haven't seen anything like this just yet. Steven Knight hasn't written something as grand as this before. It's a piercing screenplay that digs right to the core and guts you out. Pained, serene, and ever so heartbreaking, it's a roller coaster of emotions. Believe it or not, this is a pretty bizarre film as well. The lavish lifestyle and the activities and expectations that encompass the holidays may feel foreign to most (I would hope so), but it turns into a haunting story as it crosses between reality and surrealism. Though fairly easy to follow, we can't be for certain what's real and not in a few scenes. In a few sections, it does run a bit in circles and repeats the same things. Shortly, they pick up and go back on track. Pablo Larraín was a master when it came to 2016's biopic Jackie. Here, he's even more of a revelation. Beautifully directed, his voice stands out. There are many visions that come clear through his direction that no one else would have dared to seek out. It seems that he's very interested in heavy-handed, character-driven biopics, so far about female figures, and I cannot wait to see what he might do next if he continues this route. Even if that's not the plan, anything else I'd love to see.

Outshining the direction is Kristen Stewart's portrayal of Diana. This is absolutely incredible. We know about Twilight and all those roles she had during that phase which didn't go over very well, mainly due to the movies she was attached to. You cannot say she's a bad actress because there are many roles of hers that she is very good in. Absolutely this is her best work! She nails the accent and all of the little mannerisms. Because of how intimate it is, we are completely in her shoes. We see the full range of emotions. Though the dramatic monologues drew me in (and literally everything), my favorite parts came from her with the kids. You see the light inside of her shine through and it's a wholesome few minutes. Truly a transformative performance that is completely captivating. Even the smaller performances from Timothy Spall, Sally Hawkins, and Sean Harris are very good. Look plays a big part in the story in film. The costumes, as beautiful as they are, become an antagonist for Diana and us. The set design is very extravagant but becomes a dizzying maze from how excessive it is to the common eye. The most striking part is the cinematography. Claire Mathon outdoes herself with the dreamy look that puts us in a new world. You can tell it's all done on film and I wish we had more films that look like this, however, only Mathon could do what she did. Another interesting aspect is Jonny Greenwood's score. It's unconventional for this type of film. It turns into something avant-garde and jazzy. I don't know how he pulled it off, but it's memorable is very good. There's so much I could say about Spencer and praise it for. It's one of the best films of the year and it's because of the dedication to Diana's memory that pulls it together. If you get the chance it see this, please do. It's rewarding in every way possible.

Diana hits rock bottom... as does the scriptReviewed bybob-the-movie-manVote: 7/10

Discordant strings sound as the royal party arrives at Sandringham for Christmas. "Is she here yet" intones the Queen. "No ma'am" her major domo replies. "Then she's late". Cut to a soulful choral version of "Perfect Day" as Diana Princess of Wales (née Spencer) arrives via a dramatic aerial shot. Hugs go to her sons William and Harry before she unhappily stalks through the corridors like a hunted animal. So begins the trailer for "Spencer", and it looked great. But, oh dear! It comes to something where the very best thing about the film is the trailer. For, unfortunately for me, this came across as pretentious, vaguely insulting and with a dreadful script.


  • Kristen Stewart does a simply fabulous job of impersonating Diana. She's clearly studied a lot of video of the lady in getting to mimic the way she looks, walks and dances. Although I didn't rate the film, the performance is a cut-above.

  • Oh man, Steven Knight's dialogue here I found to be simply atrocious. Head-in-the-hands bad. I decided about half way through this monstrosity that "The Room" had had its day as a cult student classic, and that "Spencer" should take over in that role! (More in my blog!).

  • The rest of the cast do a good enough job with what they have, but have the general vibe of being embarrassed to deliver the dialogue they've been given. Sean Harris - a fine actor - inexplicably spouts Shakespeare like Christopher Plummer in "Star Trek VI"! And one can only assume that Timothy Spall was given direction to act as if he had a whole lemon stuck inside his mouth for the whole movie.

  • I've been a fan of Jonny Greenwood's music in other movies like "Phantom Thread". I've seen Mark Kermode describe this soundtrack as "fantastic". But, for me, the intrusive atonal strings and laid-back jazz vibe just didn't work for me at all.

Summary Thoughts on "Spencer": As you can probably tell, I hated this one. And the illustrious Mrs Movie Man 100% agrees with me in this assessment. The trailer promised a lot, but the movie delivered very little for me. It just all felt to me like an affront to the memory of Diana. Making a highly fictitious "fable based on a real life tragedy" just feels wrong. This seems particularly the case when the Queen, Prince Charles and (particularly) William and Harry are alive to watch it. What must they think if and when they get to view this?

I was a big fan of Larrain's 2017 biopic on Jackie Kennedy - "Jackie" - which really covered the very similar ground, of a lady in the focus of publicity struggling with mental illness. But at least that had the benefit of historical distance.

I seem to be swimming against the critical tide here, since the movie currently has an IMDB rating of 7.4/10. But frankly, for me, I thought the recent series of "The Crown" did this so much better.

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