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September 26, 2011
Did any one knew that Jane was not wear historically underwear under her long white night gown she was wear g-string at the time when she got up?
August 13, 2008
Far from historically accurate..but who cares? it was cute, funny , and charming, much like the beautiful james mcavoy...and surprisingly, it did not follow the typical cliche hollywood endings..definitely recommend it.
July 28, 2008
This has become one of my all time favorite movies. Anne Hathaway is flawless and James McAvoy now takes his place as one of the best British actors I have ever seen. To complain about a two second barely visible nude scene is patently absurd. This movie was absorbing from beginning to end. The love story broke my heart and all and all was a beautiful, beautiful movie. I have bought it and
May 22, 2008
I loved the movie theme, scnnery and dialogue, but was angry with the PG rating since they was bare rear end nudity of men taking a splash in a lake. It was unnecessary and didn't fit with the tone of the movie. It had nothing whatsoever to do with the plot and appeared put it because the movie makers thought we wanted it. However, in the theatre there was a collective gasp from the audience. It
May 22, 2008
This remake was horrible. John Carpenter should never have given permission to that shock rock freak of a man Zombie to redo his masterpiece. All Zombie knows is blood and gore. He doesnt know acting because none of the actors could act. The girl that played Laurie Strode su Trust me. Go and watch the original one. It is much better.
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Wall Street Journal
Austen comes off here more as stenographer than writer. Worse, the movie has Tom Lefroy as her condescending guide. Full Review
Los Angeles Times
It's neither very original nor very convincing. "Shakespeare in Love" did something similar by casting its writer protagonist as the hero of a story he himself might have written, but Becoming Jane lacks that movie's wit and playfulness. Full Review
If one were to fuse the literary sensibility of Jane Austen with the fanciful imaginative license of "Shakespeare in Love," what would emerge would likely be the charming tale Becoming Jane. Full Review
An ersatz "Pride and Prejudice" in all but name, Becoming Jane is a finely tooled Brit-lit costumer that, like Anne Hathaway's flawless accent as the young Austen, lacks only that final convincing 5%. Full Review
There are enough similarities between the movie and "Pride and Prejudice" that one could be forgiven thinking this screenplay is Austen lite. Full Review