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    Penelope WilhernĀ is a pretty young woman from a wealthy family with all the qualities to make an excellent match for any other well-bred man of her status. What sets her apart is that she has pig-face disorder. But what's worse is her overprotective, aristocratic parents that must find her perfect match for happiness.
    Duration: 104 min
    Quality: SD
    Release: 2006
    IMDb: 6.7
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  • Actors of "Penelope"

  • Characters of "Penelope"

    Franklin Wilhern. Character of Penelope
    Jessica Wilhern. Character of Penelope
    Jake. Character of Penelope
    Played by: Michael Feast
    Penelope Wilhern. Character of Penelope
    Wanda. Character of Penelope
    Played by: Ronni Ancona
    Edward Vanderman. Character of Penelope
    Played by: Simon Woods
    Leonard Wilhern. Character of Penelope
    Played by: Paul Herbert
    Lemon. Character of Penelope
    Played by: Peter Dinklage
    Larry. Character of Penelope
    Played by: Burn Gorman
    Johnny. Character of Penelope
    Played by: James McAvoy
    Max. Character of Penelope
    Played by: Nick Frost
    Old Lady Card Player. Character of Penelope
    Played by: Eve Pearce
    Mr. Mosely. Character of Penelope
    Played by: Rob Rouse
    Mr. Vanderman. Character of Penelope
    Played by: Nigel Havers
    Krull. Character of Penelope
    Played by: Lenny Henry
    Jack the Bartender. Character of Penelope
    Played by: Richard Leaf
    Annie. Character of Penelope
    Dr. Stone. Character of Penelope
    Mrs. Vanderman. Character of Penelope
    Girl Pupil. Character of Penelope
    Played by: Amaka Oditah
  • Directors of "Penelope"

    Mark Palansky. Director of Penelope
    Mark Palansky
  • Creators of "Penelope"

    Leslie Caveny. Director of Penelope
    Leslie Caveny
  • Critic Reviews of "Penelope"

    Ebert & Roeper
    March 03, 2008

    I think it's a sweet film.

    I.E. Weekly
    March 02, 2008

    A precocious fairy tale made for and starring people too old for whimsy

    USA Today
    February 29, 2008

    While uneven, this Ugly Duckling redux is hipper and funnier than a Disney movie, and the positive message to young girls can't be discounted.

    Toronto Star
    February 29, 2008

    The semi-satirical treatment of celebrity culture, as Penelope is treated first as a tabloid sensation then a media darling, is lame and dated.

    Seattle Times
    February 29, 2008

    Sweet as gingerbread, Penelope deserves to find an audience; those with a taste for happily-ever-afters should look for it, before it too-quickly disappears.

    San Francisco Chronicle
    February 29, 2008

    Director Palansky and screenwriter Leslie Caveny seem to have many of the right ingredients for creating something beguiling, but the film is, finally, surprisingly pedestrian. What a shame, with all these good performers.
    August 12, 2012

    This quirky, snarky contemporary fairy tale could have been a family blockbuster.

    Looking Closer
    May 11, 2010

    Penelope suggests that peace comes through character, not cosmetic surgery. In this, it's smarter than Twilight...

    October 18, 2008

    I can truthfully say that watching this abysmal fantasy-comedy is less rewarding than being slapped across the face with a large wet fish.

    October 18, 2008

    Watchable but patchy fantasy romance that doesn't quite work, despite strong performances from Ricci and McAvoy.

    Times (UK)
    October 18, 2008

    A modern-day fairytale, the film is tarted up like a hyperactive five-year-old's lurid fantasy of interior decor.

    Urban Cinefile
    August 29, 2008

    Visually stylish, what might have been a cute fantasy becomes tedious due to its banal script and a relentless overload of pig-jokes.

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