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  • Aug 23, 2012
    Good premise but bad execution. Overall, the acting was not very good and the storyline gets a little bit ridiculous at some point with all its twists.
    Wildaly M Super Reviewer
  • Jul 28, 2012
    My goodness what a strange movie. It had a great premise but I'm unsure how I feel about the execution. Amanda is truly obsessed with "Pride and Prejudice." One day, she walks through a door and into her favorite book while Elizabeth Bennet walks into the real world. DO NOT READ FURTHER IF YOU DON'T LIKE SPOILERS The thing I don't like about this movie is all the hidden subplots that sort of almost ruin Jane Austen's original creation. For example, Georgianna wasn't really compromised... she threw herself on Whickham and when he refused her, she made up a story to Darcy to get back at him. Miss Bingley is actually a lesbian and Mr. Collins is a sicko who rubs himself through his pocket and sniffs his hands heartily. The things I DO like about the book are seeing all the characters I love react when presented with a modern day woman and her culture and values. It was very realistic such as Darcy stating that he's unable to be with Amanda because she is not a virgin. I would definitely have loved to see more of how Elizabeth was coping in the real world. That may have actually been a more interesting movie than watching Amanda try to correct all the problems that are happening around her such as Mr. Collins marrying Jane and Lydia running off with Mr. Bingley.
    Dannielle A Super Reviewer
  • Oct 15, 2010
    Absolutely hilarious! This is an interesting perspective to an alteration of one of the most favorable literature of all time. Amanda Price has always been in love with the characters of her favorite book, Pride and Prejudice. One evening, she is distracted by a sudden noise from the bathroom and comes face to face with her favorite heroine Elizabeth Bennet. She takes a peek behind a hidden door in the wall, and is transported inside the home of the Bennet family. Locked out and trapped in the fictional world, she declares that she is the distant friend of Elizabeth (who is on the other side of the hidden door). Lead on an amusing adventure of trying to abide by the story plot, Amanda's presence in this fictional world begins to untangle and distort all that she comes in contact with (including that of Mr. Darcy). Great cast- Jemima Rooper, Gemma Arterton, Alex Kingston, Hugh Bonneville, Lindsay Duncan, and Elliot Cowan. Worthy!
    Leo L Super Reviewer
  • Oct 14, 2010
    Oh my gosh!! I absolutely LOVED this movie! I have always been in love with movies set in this time period, and to watch someone just like me actually be able to be a character in Pride and Prejudice was just so much fun to watch. What a wonderful idea, and very well done!!
    Cynthia S Super Reviewer

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