A group of women hatch a plan to disrupt the 1970 Miss World beauty competition in London.
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If there is a tonal uncertainty in this comedy, then that’s because there was a tonal uncertainty in the real-life events, and the movie nicely conveys how they were at one and the same time deadly serious and Pythonically silly.The Guardian
Knightley and Mbatha-Raw headline an excellent band of British talent, but the film’s focus feels sadly misguided.Empire
That’s a potentially rich dramatic conflict, yet the broad-brush script never quite squares that circle, in part because it gives us scant access to the inner life of every character but Sally.Variety