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Showing of reviews. Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. This adaptation is excellent, though admittedly dated looking.

They have great northangerr chemistry together. You can purchase the original on Amazon’s UK site for a very reasonable price, but you’ll need an all-region DVD player to view it.

None of the cut scenes are particularly crucial, but, they do build on the affection and humor between Tilney and Catherine. I’m very suspect of all PBS releases morthanger British dramas and films now.

If you love British films and TV programs, an inexpensive all-region DVD player is a good investment so you can watch them as they were meant to be seen. Prime Video Verified Purchase. Northangee Abbey is one of my favorite Austen novels norfhanger it is so tongue in cheek; this film adaptation captures the feel of the novel tremendously. The novel was intended to be a spoof on the tendency of young people to voraciously read mysterious.

As a means of making Radcliffe’s novels seem silly, Austen situated her own heroine in a series of events that, although fairly mundane, were heightened by the dramatic books she’d been reading. It’s an altogether different style of story, albeit with some stock Austen plot devices. The only criticism I have of the film is that it doesn’t capture the sense of time in the novel: That wbadia said, this adaptation does a lovely job of satirizing the gothic romance novel via Austen’s witticisms.


My problem is not with the adapdation but this DVD. Let me explain, this is my favorite adaptation of Northanger Abbey I have seen it many times, that is why I ordered it. So imagine my disappointment when I realized certain scenes were cut from this DVD.

I even went back to amazon to see if there was an unedited version or even if another customer noticed this. Northangre will keep the DVD but it cuts down on my enjoyment because having seen it many times I’m expecting a scene and it’s not there cut.

Abaddia know why they did it because it dosen’t really improve or cut down running time. I guess they figure no one would notice and it looks like no one really did but I can’t be the only one.

The reviews for both of these movies seemed to be lumped together. I just finished reading Northanger Abbey and wanted to see a good film adaptation, lx, seeing this one was free, I decided to try it. The first thing that threw me off was the music. Throughout the movie, the music is just plain ridiculous at some parts, and does not match the scenes being played out.

That being said, I’m a musician so this really bothers me in movies; it might not be that way for everyone. Some of the casting and characterisation didn’t seem quite right to me either, especially Isabella and Catherine. A lot of scenes from the book were also cut out of this movie. abzdia

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It makes it seem like the whole thing happened in about a week rather than a few months, which is how long it’s supposed to be. It also made the relationship between Catherine and Mr.

One of the scenes I was particularly disappointed about being left out, especially because it really shows how adorable Mr. Tilney and Catherine are, was the part where Mr. Tilney creates a scary story about what he “thinks” Catherine will discover in Northanger Abbey. I also think the ending happened way too quickly. Overall, the movie covers the basic storyline, but I didn’t enjoy it enough to consider recommending it to others or watching it again myself.

There were some good moments, and some scenes are quoted directly from the book, but there were too many other things that bothered me. I’m going to rent the movie and hope it’s better!


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It’s a shame they wouldn’t finance its filming in Bath, and sad they couldn’t trust us or find a way to show how, tongue in cheek, Austen shows Catherine as making perfectly reasonable, rational assumptions – for the most part – and, instead, make her out to be the susceptible, teenaged idiot the book is lightly mocking.

Notwithstanding being forced to portray Henry as actually being angry with Catherine when she makes her giant mistake?!? Both Felicity Jones and Carey Mulligan are well-cast and incandescent. It took me ages to find a Blu-Ray player to test the “Original UK Broadcast” claim, but I am thrilled that northangerr restored all the dream sequences and walk-and-talks on Beechen Nkrthanger. I enjoyed it, northangef I know it’s a matter of taste whether one likes the tone of this production or the fact that they substituted one terrible gothic novel for another.

Just try not to be shocked that a fairly sheltered year-old girl, thrust into the middle of a big party town, should discover the wonders of boys and abadiaa have fantastical thoughts about them. It’s written by Andrew Davies, who’s famous for never failing to remind people that there is indeed sex in Austen. Be glad he only got to do this much. It probably could have been a lot worse. See all reviews. There’s a oa loading this menu right now.

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