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For those who enjoy excellent Austen adaptations such as Sense and Sensibility and Persuasion--this miniseries will round out the ultimate Austen library. For those new to these romantic period pieces, this version of Pride and Prejudice will have you hooked and longing for more. One caveat, however: plan to watch it in an entire day, because very few have the self-control to not watch all six hours in a single sitting. --Jenny Brown
The best of all the renditions of Pride and Prejudice, and I have them all.Published 2 days ago by Louis J. Beasley Jr.
I have watched this movie continuously for years. Finally, I have my own copy so now I can watch it when I feel like it. I used to get it from the local library. Read morePublished 4 days ago by cldwmb
This (special edition) is the best as it is presented on movie form instead of episodes!!!
So much more enjoyable viewing😆
This is definitely a classic story and a movie "must have".
Buy it, and keep it, and view it now and then. Read more
The very best production of this classic! I could write all this box explaining how great this Keepsake Edition is & still not give a true depletion Buy this if you love the... Read morePublished 13 days ago by bluegrass2012
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|Stop Amazon placing reviews for DVD editions under Blu-Ray titles ?||
Amen !!!! There must be someway that Amazon can filter out reviews that only pertain to the blu-ray editions !!
COME ON AMAZON !!! Help out your customers for a change. ALSO , how about an ALPHABETICAL listing of all your movies instead of just price,release dates, and best selling???
Jun 21, 2009 by qualuku | See all 31 posts
|Restored vs Blu-Ray||
I have both the 2010 Pride and Prejudice (Restored Edition) (DVD) and the 2009 Blu-Ray version. I too was curious, since a lot of Blu-Ray players up convert. But, the Blu-Ray is better, surprisingly. I watched the Restore Edition up to the dance scene where Darcy slights poor Lizy, and the... Read More
Aug 7, 2011 by D. Rice | See all 9 posts
|Blu-ray 2009 vs Blu-ray 2010 - What is different?||
Allow me to make a couple of points.
First, it would be insane to release ANY title in Blu-ray with less than 1.78:1 (16:9) aspect ratio, unless the original source was less (e.g. pre-1953 movies). Since no one buys Blu-ray disks for non-HD (non 16:9) TVs, there would be absolutely no point in... Read More
Jun 13, 2011 by JudMc | See all 20 posts
I just finished watching my copy of the Blu-ray U.S. version and it includes all the scenes that Sammie indicates are missing. Maybe he got a defective copy, or more likely, the Blu-ray player he used is not working well. Many of the older Blu-ray players have a well earned reputation as... Read More
Aug 31, 2009 by HD DVD fan | See all 8 posts
|Mr. Darcy (Colin Firth) walking out of the lake||
There is a scene in "Lost in Austen" that has Darcy walking out of the pond. It is not Colin Firth though. It can be viewed on Youtube.
It could also be from a special features segment. I remember watching a segment on the filming of the pond scene and it could be there. I have the... Read More
Nov 16, 2012 by S. M. M. | See all 15 posts
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