Several have written poor reviews of this film, but I found it is no worse than the latest "Dunkirk" movie. Dunkirk has several plots going on and they seem at times to be repetitive, whereas Tulip Fever's various plots depict life at different levels of Dutch Society during the 17th century in Amsterdam. The period clothing and the everyday objects have been well-researched, thus I enjoyed it for those two aspects alone. As for the main plot, well .... whenever you marry a teenager to an old man, you can expect youthful dissatisfaction and a tendency to yearn for one's own age partner. The pregnancy plot was very clever and would never have been possible without an obliging physician. There were several moments of involving profound sexual intercourse, and there were also witty moments, particularly with Judi Dench, who as usual, rendered a tour-de-force performance in the character she played. Dane DeHaan, although a Pennsylvanian by birth, has perfected a decidedly English accent, which wasn't really necessary for the part he played. All-in all, I found this film entertaining, not exciting, but entertaining. It is the sort of drama one expects from PBS's Masterpiece Theatre. Those who enjoy a good romance will be satisfied. But guys, there is no blood or violence (except when Judi Dench bops Dane DeHaan over the head in the middle of the night). So if you're looking action, adventure and gore, stick with the film "Fury."