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Tuesday, February 14, 2017

Movie/Series Review: Pride and Prejudice 1995 - Episode Three

Happy Valentine's Day!

Today is the fourth day in Hamlette's I ❤ Austen Week! We are here already!? Anyway, time for my review of Pride and Prejudice 1995's Third Episode.

Pride and Prejudice (1995): Episode Three

Here Jane goes to London and Lizzy goes to the parsonage of Rosing's Park. There is a bit of confusion and surprise in this episode. (NOTE: I'm sorry, I know that these are getting shorter, but I don't want to give away anything.)
Genre: Romance.
"I'm not a romantic, you know."
Costumes: 9, as always they are so lovely.
My Favorites:
Sorry, you can't really see it too well.
Script: 9, One bad word. Lydia...
"No, but Lizzy, not every one is the same."
"Dear Jane!"
Directed by: Simon Langton
Screenplay by: Andrew Davies
Based on: Pride and Prejudice - by Jane Austen
Colin Firth as Mr. Darcy
Crispin Bonham-Carter as Mr. Bingley
Jennifer Ehle as Elizabeth Bennet
"No need to smile like that Miss Lizzy!"
Benjamin Whitrow as Mr. Bennet
Polly Maberly as Kitty Bennet
Julia Sawalha as Lydia Bennet
Alison Steadman as Mrs. Bennet
Lucy Briers as Mary Bennet
Susannsh Harker as Jane Bennet
Adrian Lukis as Mr. Wickam
David Bamber as Mr. Collins
Music: 10, superb as always!
Music by: Carl Davis
Quotes: 10, "My dear, do not give way to such gloomy thoughts, let us hope for better things! Let us flatter ourselves that I might out live you."
Storyline: 9, lovely.
Overall Score: 9.

Make sure to check out the master post to read everyone's reviews! Happy Valentine's Day to you all!



  1. Those costumes you posted in the picture of Mr. Darcy and Elizabeth together are probably my favorite costumes in the entire miniseries!


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