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Jane Eyre

(2010)

Rated PG-13 for some thematic elements including a nude image and brief violent content.

PG-13 115min.
 
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Mia Wasikowska ('Alice in Wonderland') and Michael Fassbender ('Inglourious Basterds') star in the romantic drama based on Charlotte Bronte's classic novel, from acclaimed director Cary Fukunaga ('Sin Nombre'). Read More
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Jane Eyre
Edward Rochester
St. John Rivers
Mrs. Fairfax
Diana Rivers
Mrs. Reed
Mary Rivers
Blanche Ingram
Hannah
Young Jane
October 11, 2011
diotwell
Extremely poorly done----It was unbelievable---I did not believe she had a difficult life, that her employer was gruff and rough around the edges, nor that they truly loved each other. No chemistry, little emotion, poor acting. I truly loved the prior two verions of Jany Eyre--this one should not have been made.
September 23, 2011
cy00000000102345
Wonderful acting, but unfortunately it's still Jane Eyre.
September 21, 2011
gz00000000102647
Very poorly done. If you want a better rendition of Charlotte Bronte's Jane Eyre you should watch the 1973 version.
August 06, 2011
lsa513
This movie is so dark. The book has some very sad moments, but also many happy and joyful events. I do not believe that movies need to be exactly like the book they are based on to be good. The changes made were no improvement. The book has romance, depth, wit and passion. There is absolutely no chemistry between the actors playing Jane and Rochester. If I had not read the book or seen the
May 27, 2011
lauriehouse1
Beautiful photgraphy and scenery and true to the storyline, however the romantic chemistry is lacking. Other productions have gotten the chemistry right but missed on everything else. I hope at some future point it will all come together in yet another re-make of this classic.

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