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Jane Austen Book Club - Movie Trailer
Bibliophiles With Pride and Prejudice, Some in Need of Gentle Persuasion
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The film begins with a montage of incidents in contemporary life that drive us crazy: the parking gate ticket that falls under your car as the person behind you sounds their horn; the laptop computer that goes sliding off the desk, the cell phone that drops from your pocket into the toilet, the alarm that goes off as you leave the store carrying your underwear purchase. Her former god-daughter Jocelyn Maria Bello becomes distraught over losing her dog Pridey. Prudie begins a harmless flirtation with an older student at her high school, and then realizes as she becomes more and more estranged from her husband, that she has fallen hard for this student. During a sky-diving mishap, Allegra meets and falls in love with Corinne, a slightly older lesbian who is a writer. Guys, take your best buddy to see this movie. Tell him, 'it's really cool, dude, even though there aren't any eviscerations.
Sign in. Breakout star Erin Moriarty of " The Boys " shouts out her real-life super squad of actors. Watch now. Take a look back at the career of Emily Blunt on and off the big screen. See more Emily. Obsessed with Pride and Prejudice , a woman travels to a Jane Austen theme park in search for her perfect gentleman. While matchmaking for friends and neighbours, a young 19th Century Englishwoman nearly misses her own chance at love.
Like it or not, Jane Austen is a rock on which the genre was founded. But as the members of a Jane Austen reading group, who live in Sacramento, analyze the behavior of the characters in her novels, the movie is also a savvy course on how to read a novel of manners. Is a knight in shining armor really Mr. Does a happy ending really augur happily ever after? The discussions in these group-therapy sessions lead them toward solutions to their problems. The screenplay includes just enough references to characters and plot developments in Austen novels to whet your appetite for reading or rereading them, but not so many that it alienates the uninitiated.