Although I thought BJD was executed in a magnificent fashion; the tone, the words (mind you, the "f" word was gratuitously over-used and lost all meaning), the visuals and of course, Colin Firth whom I've delighted in since "Valmont". He truely is Mr. Darcy (at least on screen) - a talented, underappreciated actor until now. The rest of the cast is great. But I still love nothing more than to watch and/or read "Pride & Prejuidice", but it's snaggs to hear Hollywood is cosying up to books again. At least they didn't ruin it by casting some sod like Tom Cruise or Val Kilmer. I walked out of BJD with a smile on my face, but still worrying about dating. If only Colin Firth were available. Alas.
|9/10||parkerd891770802@ - 116 reviews|
6.6.2001 - age: 26-35
Note: The review posted on this page is a personal opinion of our reader. We are not responsible for its content.