Romance • PG • 2007 • 2 hr
Boy life was different in those days. I’m not a fan of Anne Hathaway but this is really good & James McAvoy is fantastic as usual.
I saw this when I was a kid and it holds up. Heartbreaking story, with a melancholy ending, but it’s got its funny moments and great acting.
Well acted and smart. Slow like Jane Austens work
Its your typical romance period piece but the chemistry between Hathaway and McAvoy is palpable.
It hurts to think that Jane Austen was one of the greatest romance writers, but unfortunately never had a chance to live one
I watched it for James McAvoy but really loved the movie overall. Well told, and great performances.
If you love Jane Austen, this is worth the watch.
hathaway and mcavoy are amazing despite them looking a lil weird as a couple lol. love this movie!!!
It's a enjoyable movie, not groundbreaking but still worth the shot
Pretty great honestly. I wept hardcore the first time I saw it. I don’t know if I’d clamber to see it again though.
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