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It's a great love story and very well acted!
I love how the movie ended because I really liked the book but when I read it, I thought that the only thing it lacked was, exactly, a kiss.
I am a huge Jane Austen fan, Pride and Prejudice is one my favorite books. the movie is great I prefer this version better than the others.
Love this version and we are happy to now be able to watch extras too.Published 1 day ago by E Lighthouse
Terrible! All the trappings of a good film, but such bastardization! Jane Austin wouldn't know that her book was present therein. Wasted time.Published 1 day ago by Galen
The streaming process of the movie was fine. The movie itself may have been ok had I not seen the one with Colin Firth. That version was better. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Jaimecast
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|"You have bewitched me" & "I have no idea"||
"...starting with including the ENTIRE dialogue and doing a scene-by-scene exact re-enactment in an 8-hour miniseries or something..."
Yes, that would be comprehensive, "but rather less like a ball".
Mar 1, 2008 by Craven | See all 22 posts
|Is the book similar to the movie?||
Please read the book which is much better. Also, please see the A & E mini-series. It is a wonderful adaptation of the book. Much better than the Kiera Knightly version which leaves out part of the plot.
Apr 11, 2010 by Sean's Mom | See all 7 posts
|last scene of the movie||
It's after they're married, it's at Pemberly, it's a casual, private moment of happiness at home.
A little cheesy, yes, but it's nice to see "behind the scenes" of the formal society of the previous 2 hours.
Dec 19, 2006 by Zhimbo | See all 18 posts
I can't believe no P & P fan, in P & P spirit, had the courtesy to respond to this excellent question!!
Mar 17, 2011 by Intro Spective | See all 3 posts
|Mr. Bennet deserves scorn||
Maybe he assumed his daughters could make a living on their own - which may have been unlikely for women in that time, but maybe it's commentary on the fact that women shouldn't have to depend solely on their fathers or potential husbands.
Oct 5, 2008 by Nathan L. Baker | See all 14 posts
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