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It may just be me and the way I first envisioned the book when I first read it but this movie is just lacking in all these things and more.
I am always EXTREMELY critical of book to movie adaptations, and I have to say that this is probably the best film version of "Jane Eyre" I have ever seen.
He manages to find such emotional depth in the mere framing of his scenes, and that cinematography is outstanding (this film is BEAUTIFUL).
the connection between Wasikowska and Fassbender is amazing, one of the best makes of the classic novel.Published 4 days ago by D. L. Hash
All the passion and tension I wanted from these characters! Fassbender is a little to handsome for the role, but I will got over it! Read morePublished 8 days ago by Pukanecz
I highly recommend this version of Jane Eyre. For me, the portrayals of Rochester and Jane were right on the money. Absolutely stunning performances! Read morePublished 15 days ago by antaeaventura
Out of the three movie versions I have seen of Jane Eyre, this one is the most emotionally believable and compelling.Published 15 days ago by Douglass T. Turner
For Jane Eyre fans this movie will be a disappointment. I won't watch it again and nearly didn't bother to finish it. Read morePublished 15 days ago by Stephen King
See how you like the "cut and paste" maneuvering of the plot here. Was disconcerting at first, but found it juicy and engaging as the movie evolved, amid breathtakingly... Read morePublished 17 days ago by Mata Hari
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The initial, rough cut Fukanaga mentioned was 2 1/2 hrs. But the final cut was 2 hrs. Various sites report that both DVD and Blu-Ray versions will include deleted scenes as additional material. In a budget-obsessed industry, this is the best we can hope for.
Jun 20, 2011 by A. M. Wagner | See all 11 posts
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Studios make the bulk of their profits from dvd sales, unless you're Lucasfilm or Disney, which reap licensing fees from "Tie-ins." Box sets aren't selling as well as they once did. Look, wait four months then dive in. :-)
Jun 20, 2011 by A. M. Wagner | See all 3 posts
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