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Wuthering Heights (2009)

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Tom Hardy starts along screen newcomer Charlotte Riley in this passionate new adaptation of Emily Brontë's timeless romance. Adopted into the wealthy Earnshaw family, mysterious gypsy boy Heathcliff forms a powerful romantic bond with his new stepsister Cathy. Realizing that he can never be with his one true soul mate, Heathcliff dedicates his entire life to seeking vengeance against anyone who dares come between them. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

Cast

Tom Hardy
as Heathcliff
Andrew Lincoln
as Edgar Linton
Burn Gorman
as Hindley
Rebecca Night
as Catherine
Tom Payne
as Linton
Kevin McNally
as Mr. Earnshaw
Shaughan Seymour
as Dr. Kenneth
Alexandra Pearson
as Young Cathy
Declan Wheeldon
as Young Heathcliff
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½

One of the most wonderful stories ever written. I read the book many, many years ago, and was entranced by the characters then. I had also seen another version of this film some years ago. This adaptation was not only well played by the entire cast, but the screen writing was beautifully done. If you have never read Wuthering Heights, I suggest you do prior to viewing this film. Being familiar with the story is a great way to enjoy all this movie has too offer.

Cynthia S.
Cynthia S.

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½

First in my "Tom Hardy catalog collection" project, it was a beautifully filmed and acted version. But dang Heathcliff, you really need to get over yourself. Lots of skulking and scowling, if you like that kind of thing.

Julie B
Julie B

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½

This is a brilliant adaptaion of Emily Bronte's classic tale. Both Charlotte Riley and Tom Hardy are perfect in their roles and have great chemistry on screen together. This adaptation is also well directed and done so well that it creates the dark, gothic undertone for which the novel is based around.

Sarah Gaish
Sarah Gaish

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