10 thoughts on “MCM: Rhys Ifans

  1. Big fan of his here, though I’ve only seen his movies taking place in the present day. I first noticed him as the doofus roommate in Notting Hill. But in a subsequent movie – something about a chair and balloons – I guess he was a doofus there, too – I realized he’s charming and actually rather sexy. Thanks for this post Sarah Lorraine, and give SF a kiss for me – I miss my old home.

    1. You are referring to Danny Deckchair, a silly but much-beloved movie in our home. You perfectly describe his charm in that Aussie movie, where he is paired with Eowyn herself (Miranda Otto).

  2. I see Rhys, I click, I say “diolch.” Not a period film, but he was a hoot in The Replacements.

  3. What, no Pirate Radio? (aka The Boat That Rocked). He wears flamboyant 60’s duds as Gavin the celebrity DJ. Great ensemble cast, wonderful 60’s soundtrack.

  4. Waiting with baited breath for The King’s Man and Misbehaviour. I loved Anonymous, and by loved I mean I laughed and cringed through the whole film. (It helped that I saw it on the big screen.) My fave here is Vanity Fair because of James Purefoy (sigh), although the movie was good all-around. I think I’ve picked up Serena from the DVD section at my public library at least a dozen times, and I’ve still never checked it out… Rhys Ifans is a good actor, and I think he’s better looking than these pictures demonstrate. Also, Pirate Radio was a hoot!

  5. Saw Last Call back in 2016 at a film festival when it had a different title. It was amazing. Plus, the director walked by my house when my dog ran out and he liked her…

  6. Not a Frock Flick, but I thought he was dreamy and so very, very desirable in The Five Year Engagement . What can I say, I am a sucker for a tall, professorial Welshman dressed in tweed.

  7. Also looking forward to Misbehaviour. There was a documentary about the pageant and what happened not too long ago, and there are a lot of interesting angles to the story.

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