McGrath's script is faithful: fierce when it needs to be and devilishly funny. show more
The subtle ironies of Austen's novel are rendered obvious, and the book's social satire gives way here to more straightforward romantic comedy. show more
Emma is the peak of the recent Austen pack and a star-maker, too -- an antidote to a summer in which even good movies have subordinated writing and characters to special effects. [02 Aug 1996, Pg.01.D] show more
March 22, 2010 Joan de la foret
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Light and delightful, Gwyneth captures the essence of Emma. Jeremy is the perfect Mr. Nightley.