Pride and Prejudice (Blu-ray) PG

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  • Rated: PG
  • Run Time: 2 hours
  • Video: Color
  • Released: January 26, 2010
  • Originally Released: 2005
  • Label: Universal Studios
  • Encoding: Region 1 (USA & Canada)
  • Note: Conversations with the Cast
    • Jane Austin: Ahead of Her Time
    • A Bennet Family Portrait
    • HBO First Look: Pride & Prejudice
    • The Politics of 18th Century Dating
    • The Stately Homes of Pride & Prejudice
    • Feature Commentary with Director Joe Wright
  • Aspect Ratio: Widescreen - 2.35
  • Audio:
    • DTS HD Master Audio - English
    • DTS Surround 5.1 - English
    • Subtitles - English, French, Spanish

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Entertainment Reviews:

Certified Fresh86%

Total Count: 180


User Ratings: 459,190
[A] stellar adaptation, bewitching the viewer completely with an exquisite blend of emotion and wit.
USA Today
Nov 23, 2005
Rating: 3/5 -- Wright adapts the story to the rhythm of a dance, makes the dialogue not seem look like ancient prose and illuminates not with technical artifice, but with the beauty and freshness of Keira Knightley's Elizabeth. [Full Review in Spanish] Full Review
Nov 20, 2019
Keira Knightley, in a witty, vibrant, altogether superb performance, plays Lizzie's sparky, questing nature as a matter of the deepest personal sacrifice....The acting in PRIDE & PREJUDICE tingles with nuance and presence. -- Grade: A
Entertainment Weekly
Nov 18, 2005
Wright wastes no time in squeezing the plot into his just-over-two hours running time, but the film never feels rushed, particularly when so much of it is spent watching and waiting, as the characters come to understand the world they live in.
AV Club
Dec 6, 2005
Although it might leave one wanting in regards to the complicated feelings of love, Joe Wright's film is worth the look. [Full Review in Spanish] Full Review
Nov 20, 2019
A sumptuous, condensed and very well-interpreted version of the English classic. [Full Review in Spanish] Full Review
La Nación (Argentina)
Nov 20, 2019
Rating: 4/5 -- Joe Wright reformulates the period piece into a delightful modern take. [Full Review in Spanish] Full Review
Nov 20, 2019

Product Description:

This version of Jane Austen's fiercely beloved novel has the daunting task of living up not only to the classic book, but also to the excellent 1995 miniseries of the same name. Yet 2005's PRIDE & PREJUDICE is up to the task, thanks to lively pacing, a witty script, an excellent cast, and clever direction from British newcomer Joe Wright. The surprisingly still-relevant story follows the five Bennet sisters as they deal with suitors and love, as their mother desperately schemes to marry them off advantageously. Sweet-tempered beauty Jane (Rosamund Pike) develops feelings for the equally amiable and extremely wealthy Mr. Bingley (Simon Woods), but forces conspire to keep them apart--while Lizzie (Keira Knightley) finds herself first appalled by, but gradually drawn to, Bingley's aloof, intelligent, and socially awkward friend, Mr. Darcy (Matthew MacFayden). The movie, at just over two hours, is forced to cut and condense a number of the book's subplots, and at times it tries to heighten the drama of certain scenes. But, for the most part, it's as faithful to the spirit of the original as time and cinematic convention allow.

The tremendous supporting cast includes Brenda Blethyn as Mrs. Bennet and Donald Sutherland as her wry, withdrawn husband; Jena Malone as teenage twit Lydia; Judi Dench, effortlessly haughty and imperious, as Lady Catherine de Bourg; and Tom Hollander, who steals every scene he's in as the ludicrously pompous and awkward Mr. Collins. The movie's script, adapted by Deborah Moggach, manages to be proto-feminist without becoming anachronistic--and, like the novel, it is incisive about the class politics and gender inequalities of the day.


Production Notes:

  • Theatrical Release: NOVEMBER 11, 2005

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