Obviously, these reviewers have never had a good chocolate. A good chocolate has a sugary shell; the stunning set of Versailles and a gooey, chocolate filling; the remarkable acting of Kirsten Dunst, (and the pretty dresses and shoes). But this chocolate also had the nutty centre. It made me think about the pressure to produce an heir and how a young girl would feel, taken away from her family at 14 and forced to marry a man she had never met before.
“Marie Antoinette” was a great history lesson, and one of the best films I have seen for a long time. I would strongly recommend you seeing it.