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You can almost see the writer saying "Oh right, they get together in the end - how am I going to squeeze that in! Let's do that here."
A story based upon Becky Sharp, but not "Vanity Fair" itself would have proven a better film had Nair chosen to honor the 'spirit' she found in the written novel.
Not even the ridiculous oriental dance scene starring Becky, which shows a complete lack of understanding of early 19th century mores, can change that.
It didn't keep my attention so I actually didn't finish watching it.Published 22 days ago by Lauren
If you've read Vanity Fair and enjoyed its world-within-a-novel complexity, its archly ironic tone, its depth of characterization, its brilliant evocation of a long ago era that's... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Michael Birman
I like era/period movies of this sort. And this did not disappoint. Somewhat predictable, as these movies usually are, but Reece Witherspoon is delightful and the costumes and... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Bernadette B Brooks
entertaining satire excellently done. . .
Excellent casting, marvelous scenery--the producers spared no cost to make this an authentic reconstruction of 19th-century... Read more
I Really love this film It is very unique with the costumes and the cast Fabulous.Published 4 months ago by Kate
A hit to me. Loved Reese Witherspoon as Becky and the music score is amazing. I'm in love with this period and the visual aspect so I was appealed to that. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Jo