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The "Downton Abbey" movie isn't exactly a movie.Yes, it brings Carson back to Downton and allows Thomas to go off on his own adventure in town, but it's hard to deny that this is one overstuffed movie.Consider just some of the subplots floating around: Daisy (Sophie McShera) gets to question her engagement; the long-widowered Branson (Allen Leech) gets a possible love interest and anarchy subplot; Anna (Joanne Froggatt) solves a mystery; the Dowager debates inheritance with her cousin Lady Maud Bagshaw (Imelda Staunton); poor Edith (Laura Carmichael) gets some good and bad news (can't let her be too happy!); Lady Mary, well, she gets a hand in most things, except her own relationship since her husband Henry (Matthew Goode) is absent for most of the film.
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