Drama • PG • 2019 • 2 hr 15 min
Fantastic casting. Timeless story. Love it so much!
I really love this movie. So many quotable lines. A great re-make that captures the essence of the book.
There’s no proper words to describe what I feel after watching this story and meeting those characters. I absolutely loved it. Amazing.
Grew up with the original and read the book until it fell apart. Great retelling if you know the story inside and out like I do!
Amazing acting and didn't stray awfully far from the book.
The whole ensemble is outstanding in this! But both Florence Pugh & Saoirse Ronan take the stand in both their peformances! One to rewatch.
It was good, I liked it but have never read or watched the original movie. So I don't know about accuracy.
A sad little movie for sad little people. With lots of wonderful looking moments, costumes and actors. Absolutely lovely.
Great cinematographic adaptation of the novel! I liked the actors and how they portrayed their character.
With a cast of incredible actors, the story comes to life and draws you in. The emotion surpasses the screen and stays with you.
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