5 British accent movies Improve British English
Have you ever faced that instant when you need to question, “What is that meaning?” or “What did you say?” when communicating with an Aussie? Even though you studied laboriously in English courses in your individual country? From our experience, we guarantee you that watching films is one of the most helpful ways to enhance your English speaking and listening skills. Here we have listed some movies with a British accent. So, those who want to watch movies with a British accent can continue reading this article.
Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels | Movie Details:
|Directed by||Guy Ritchie|
|Produced by||Matthew Vaughn|
|Written by||Guy Ritchie|
A film by director Guy Ritchie, which perfectly conveys the atmosphere of the criminal England of the 90s. Vivid characters, intricate story with an unexpected ending, famous actors and a lot of slang.
Oliver Twist, 2005 | Movie Details:
|Directed by||Roman Polanski|
|Produced by||Roman Polanski
The adaptation of Charles Dickens’ novel of the same name tells the touching story of a London tramp boy set against the backdrop of 19th century England.
Only Lovers Left Alive | Movie Details:
|Directed by||Jim Jarmusch|
|Produced by||Jeremy Thomas
|Written by||Jim Jarmusch|
The inimitable duet of Tom Hiddleston and Tilda Swinton, who play the roles of the ancient vampires Adam and Eve. Fascinating scenery and good acting will be a pleasant addition to thoughtful and interesting dialogues.
The King’s Speech | Movie Details:
|Directed by||Tom Hooper|
Historical tragicomedy based on the story of King George VI and his deliverance from stuttering. This tape will introduce you to the so-called “Queen’s English ” (a classic British English pronunciation).
Bridget Jones’s Diary | Movie Details:
|Directed by||Sharon Maguire|
A light romantic comedy about a simple Englishwoman Bridget, who is looking for her place in the world and love. There are many phrases for everyday communication that will be useful for both women and men.