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Elizabeth Bennett is determined to ignore the frenzied dating scene in her college town. But when she meets Jack Wickham, a charming womanizer, and Darcy, a wealthy businessman, her resolve is put to the test.
This is a must-see modern retelling of everyone's favorite Jane Austen novel!
- Region: 1
- Run Time: 104 minutes
- Closed Caption: for the hearing impaired
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Great for teeangers
by Customer - reviewed on September 19, 2008
A bit childish, but sweet. You watch it, you forget it, but you had a good time, if that's what you're after.
Fun adaptation of the best story ever!
by Heather - reviewed on February 16, 2005
A fun, clean movie to watch. Suitable for teenages and up. We love Jane Austen here, but that seems irrelevant to loving this story. If you know the original, you might pick up more than you would otherwise, but it gives you clear quotes from the original to explain things. The two main actors are GREAT! A quality, less-than-Hollywood-budget, movie. Not an action-packed, special effects kind of movie, but beautifully done in his own way. A lot of fun! And not just for teenage girls. I would give it 4 1/2 if it were an option.
by Customer - reviewed on September 28, 2010
I didn't think it was really "clean"--There was some suggestive dancing and immodesty. Not sure I think that scene in Sacrament Meeting was appropriate to show. I would not recommend for good family entertainment.
by Customer - reviewed on September 18, 2008
I just love this movie and have watched it over and over!! Just great, especially if you know the code to watch the extra mormon bits!!
by Rachel - reviewed on November 06, 2008
This movie is awesome. They took the classic story and made it modern, fun and moving! They chose the perfect actors and actresses... GREAT!
by Ronda - reviewed on June 19, 2006
Pretty good but it could have been better. There were many hilarious jokes in it but it's not a movie that I would watch over and over.
Lots of humor!!
by Ronda - reviewed on July 28, 2005
Good movie but it could be a bit confusing. I had to watch it twice to get all of the jokes and get the characters straight. Tons of laughs though!!!! A must see.
Ya gotta see this!
by Customer - reviewed on March 29, 2007
LOVED IT! You must see this. Stays true to the original story line, great characters, so funny!
by Sam - reviewed on August 09, 2004
On the surface, this is a cute, vibrant, colorful romantic comedy. Dig in-depth, and you'll find this film an astonishing accomplishment given the less-than-shoestring (reportedly $400,000) budget. There are movies that literally cost one hundred times more to make that don't look half as good. Ben Carson's outstanding soundtrack only ups the ante. , Extras include a five-minute outtake reel, a nine-minute 'Behind The Scenes' featuring the cast, a fourteen minute 'Behind the Scenes' featuring the crew, the complete 'Classics for Canines' infomercial, pop-up facts that reference Jane Austen's novel, the theatrical trailer, television spots, and audio commentary by producer Jason Faller and director Andrew Black.
by Christine - reviewed on July 31, 2004
Although it falls in the current LDS genre, it is a delightful spin on the classic novel. It in no way compares to the A&E Pride and Prejudice but enjoy it for it's own quirkyness. However it is different than the original screen release. All the 'mormon' references are taken out particularly changing 'Ensign' to 'E-Magazine' and leaving out the phrase 'My mission president, President DeBurgh' The one line my husband looked forward to in this 'chick flick' Oh well, enjoy it for the 'cartoonish' cinematography and fun performances.
Good Clean Fun !!
by Nadja - reviewed on November 19, 2008
I liked the way the story was adapted to fit the LDS culture and it was done pretty well, we laughed a lot and enjoyed it ! I think "Emma" would make a great LDS adaptation - how many of us in the Church have been part of a match making master plan !!! LOL
A colorful adaptation
by Lydia - reviewed on December 09, 2006
I really liked the British mini-series of Pride and Prejudice, but when I saw this modern version with some friends, I thought the main characters were even more likeable! I wanted to add it to my DVD-collection, but since I live in the Netherlands, it took some effort to import it. No regrets, though! But what really surprised me, was when I saw the same movie in my local media-store today! It just goes to show how far a good movie can reach!
Fun, Witty, Charming
by Customer - reviewed on June 29, 2005
The Young Women in my Ward love to get together and watch this movie, they quote it all the time. I too really enjoy watching it. I have probably seen it 10 times and still enjoy it.
Excellent modern adaptation
by Heather - reviewed on May 27, 2006
I LOVE this movie! I've recently watched all of the movie versions of Pride and Prejudice, and this is my favorite! It's obviously not the best from a Jane Austen purest viewpoint, but it's fun, sweet, and they've found a very believable modern setting for the storyline. It is absolutely my new favorite movie!!!
by Customer - reviewed on November 14, 2008
We liked this one a lot.
by Aileen - reviewed on October 08, 2008
By far this one is on the favorite list!!! I don't know why I think it is so funny, but I really enjoyed this movie.
Really Fun Twist On Classic Jane Austen
by April - reviewed on September 18, 2011
My teenage daughter and I love to watch this movie. It's very inventive and fun. Highly recommended.
Sweet, wiity, and fun entertainment.
by Chelsea - reviewed on September 05, 2007
Out of all the LDS movies, such as Singles Ward, etc; this one is one of my favorites. I love how they modernized this wonderful classic, and the characters are so witty and fun. It is so wonderful to have a nice, clean, entertaining film out in the world.
by John - reviewed on September 12, 2008
Good movie--not great, but an enjoyable movie to watch and one I would watch again. Great soundtrack.
by Customer - reviewed on October 15, 2008
i love the pride and prejudice story. this one has an interesting twist on the story and is funny, but some of the acting is not that great. i still enjoyed the movie
Girls Night Out
by Maegan - reviewed on October 01, 2008
A fun adaptation of the classic for girls and women of any age. My sisters, mom, and grandmother love to watch this movie with me when we get together. The boys didn't seem to think it was too bad either, though they might not watch it with you over and over.
by Customer - reviewed on November 08, 2008
EVERYONE LIKES THIS MOVIE ALOT.!
by Customer - reviewed on September 30, 2008
We all love this movie!
by Rachel - reviewed on November 07, 2008
I love Pride and Prejudice and this is just such a fun twist on a classic!
by Customer - reviewed on September 13, 2008
I love this movie because it is one church movie I can feel comfortable watching with non-member friends because the LDS "jokes" are kept to a minimum and its easy to explain the few LDS things mentioned in it.
by Rachel - reviewed on September 21, 2008
I love how they took a Jane Austen and mormonized it! It is a great movie!
Great movie for a laugh
by Customer - reviewed on September 28, 2008
I loved this movie. Mr. Bingley was so funny and I love it when jane and elizabeth go to the store. I just can't stop laughing.
Funny and familiar
by Customer - reviewed on September 17, 2008
My family and I love Jane Austen and enjoyed this retelling of her best-known novel. Great for family time or girls' night.
by Customer - reviewed on September 19, 2008
Not my favorite re-make of a Jane Austin book, but the Darcy character makes it worth watching.
by Amanda - reviewed on September 19, 2008
This is a very funny movie, not necessarily one that I would watch over and over because I know how it is going to end. But definetly worth seeing.
by carmen - reviewed on September 20, 2008
we just loved it! very good message for all ages but especially the YM/YW and young single adults.
by Torrina - reviewed on September 21, 2008
I've always been a big Jane Austen fan and I love the way that they modernized it while keeping everything clean since we all know that's a huge problem with today's film industry! I recommend it to anyone that needs a lighthearted 'chick-flick'!
by Bethany - reviewed on October 08, 2008
This is actually a good movie. I was skeptical, but it was a good quality and entertaining flick.
not so great
by Customer - reviewed on October 04, 2008
disapointment in a box.
by Rebecca - reviewed on October 17, 2008
This was a great adaptation of the classic Jane Austen story. It is fun to watch and very well-made.
by Danielle - reviewed on June 18, 2012
I am a diehard P&P fan, and hesitant to buy this modern version. Not only do I love it, it's my 11 year old daughter's new favorite movie! As she's not as enthused about the 1995 version, this allows me my P&P fix. Brilliant use of quotes from the book to introduce scenes.
by Customer - reviewed on October 20, 2010
I don't think this movie has received as much attention as it merits. As I watched this movie, I realized that in several ways that this is the way more Mormon movies should be. Without drawing attention to it, the movie takes place within a Christian/LDS culture. The people are like various people I've really associated with as part of a Mormon culture and I also feel for them--partly because in some way I can identify with the strengths and weaknesses of various ones of them. The story matters to me (and I believe it's content has fairly wide appeal). And there's also some very funny lines--some of which voice some of my previously-unuttered thoughts.
by Customer - reviewed on August 23, 2011
I have seen about 13 different versions of Pride and Prejudice and this is my favorite. My second favorite version is the 12 hour three disk set. I also recommend Bride and Prejudice! its a must buy!