Pride and Prejudice (Blu-ray)

In 19th-century England, a provincial family struggles to marry off five daughters.
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  • Run Time: 1 hours, 58 minutes
  • Video: Black & White
  • Encoding: Region 0 (Worldwide)
  • Released: July 14, 2020
  • Originally Released: 1940
  • Label: Warner Archives

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Total Count: 10


User Ratings: 9,212
Typically overstuffed MGM prestige product (1940), but one that came out surprisingly well, with a minimum of Eng. Lit. posturing and some elegance of design. Full Review
Chicago Reader
Jan 1, 2000
Rating: A- -- Director Joe Wright makes the camera energetic, but never distracting, intimate, but never intrusive.
Movie Mom
Nov 10, 2005
Rating: 4.5/5 -- For pure charm and romantic diversion, for bubbling and wholesome life, we most heartily recommend this exquisite comedy about the elegant young gentleman who was proud and the beautiful young lady who was prejudiced. Full Review
New York Times
May 20, 2003
Rating: 4.5/5 -- Although the satire is slightly reduced and coarsened and the period advanced in order to use more flamboyant costumes, the spirit is entirely in keeping with Austen's sharp, witty portrait of rural 19th century social mores. Full Review
TV Guide
Jul 30, 2003
Rating: 70/100 -- The gentle satire of Austen's novel sits quietly, just beneath the surface, only to rise up and take the occasional bite out of offending characters at opportune moments. Full Review
Jul 5, 2013
Rating: 77/100 -- Sometimes Leonard gets the details wrong -- the costumes and sets seem more at home in a late Victorian setting than in Austen's early 19th century -- but the overall effect is truthful, transporting us to a world different from but related to our own. Full Review
All Movie Guide
Jun 27, 2002
Rating: 7/10 -- It may not be entirely what Jane Austen intended, but it's close enough and remains a pleasure. Full Review
Movie Metropolis
Oct 21, 2006

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The intelligent and spirited Elizabeth Bennet (Greer Garson) is one of five daughters -- which, during that era, meant trouble: because women cannot inherit, upon her father's death her family's home will become the property of their nearest male relative. Only marriage, preferably to someone wealthy, can ensure her security. But the proud young lady instantly takes offense when Mr. Darcy (Laurence Olivier), a promising newcomer in town, doesn't seem quite admiring enough, and she spurns his advances. Slowly and painfully, Elizabeth realizes her error, but not before it seems she has lost him forever.
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