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The Tomatometer is 60% or higher.
The Tomatometer is 59% or lower.
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Pleasant, light movie. I enjoyed the camaraderie between the girlfriends and how they reacted/adapted to the new members and different personalities in their book club. In the end it all came together nicely.
I don't know how much stars i should be given to this movie cause i still not finish watching it yet, but i like the idea about book club esp when the book that you read matches with the life situation you are in now, just like what happen to the characters in this movie.. Please HBO play this movie again!
I love this movie so much! Although I've only read a few of Jane Austin's work, I felt her stories revived within the characters on the film and I must commend Emily Blunt's acting. It was spot on. As the movie came to a fruition, all the dilemmas were resolved which was very satisfying.
I love this movie. I haven't read all Jane Austen's novels but I could still see the resemblance between Austen's leading ladies and the ladies in this movie. It was a wonderfully enjoyable movie with a happy ending.
Annoyingly optimistic and cringingly saccharine, this is exactly the kind of chick flick that polarises the genders in the audience. The talk in the book club is reminiscent of geeks in a bumptious lit class discussion.
Because of Becoming Jane is one of my favorite, I'm expecting it to be somewhat relevant. It is disappointing to me as the plot is plain, slow but not touching. Can't finish it, maybe more read on Jane Austen books is required for this movie.
The Jane Austen Book Club is a decent film. It is about six Californians start a club to discuss the works of Jane Austen. Kathy Baker and Emily Blunt give good performances. The screenplay is enjoyable but a little slow in places. Robin Swicord did an alright job directing this movie. I liked this motion picture because of the humor and romance.