Jane Eyre

Jane Eyre

Jane Eyre is an orphan cast out as a young girl by her aunt, Mrs. Reed, and sent to be raised in a harsh charity school for girls. There she learns to be come a teacher and eventually seeks employment outside the school. Her advertisement is answered by the housekeeper of Thornfield Hall, Mrs. Fairfax.

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Jim Z (mx) wrote: Mick Molloy....what have you done?! Something tells me this was movie was written completely by Richard Molloy whilst Mick was too drunk/stoned to make new jokes and just recycled a lot of old bad ones from ten years ago.Such a great cast makes it all the more disappointing.I read about Molloy's split with Tony Martin over the non-inclusion of the Boytown Confidential documentary on the DVD and it intrigued me to see if the movie had as little mirth as the news of the argument's speculation led me to believe...I was right. Mick left the documentary off the DVD because the movie wasn't funny and the documentary will most likely (from the previews I've seen) be hilarious when it's released as a standalone.

Blae T (mx) wrote: Probably my least favorite of the movies despite it being my favorite of the books. However, it was still much better than the book.

Brett A (ru) wrote: Well. If you liked the original and the television series, you will like this... Although the storyline is jumpy and there are plot holes... Grin

Tim M (br) wrote: Beautiful scenery, boring yet fulfilling story.

Adam L (jp) wrote: "From Beijing with Love" Stephen Chow's irreverent James Bond takeoff pre-dates "Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery" (1997) by more than two years and in some ways is the superior send-up. Chow, renown for dominating the domestic market with dialect specific punch lines, gets to have his cake and eat it, too, here, with an emphasis on universal sight gags that are augmented by the comedian's sardonic observations as well as a number of digs at his peers (Chow pokes fun at Wong Kar-wai a handful of times throughout the film). Non-Cantonese speakers will miss an additional Bond joke as Chow gives his character's name as Ling Ling Chai ("0-0-7"). The film's Chinese title translates to English as "Locally Produced 007."

Jacob G (de) wrote: Grave of the fireflies is a perfect movie I can't find any flaws with it

Inka W (us) wrote: Mad Japanese exploitation. Works for me.

Michael W (kr) wrote: Nobody did it better than Leone, miles ahead of his contemporaries. Deliberately paced Western with a truly sensational cast; not sure who is better between Fonda, Bronson, Cardinale and Robards.

Andrew S (de) wrote: Have watched this movie multiple times after first seeing it when I was 10. My father and I watched it together the first time, since my sisters were a few years younger and he didn't want want them to see the violent scenes. But still to this day (as I am currently watching it again at 26) this movie is an amazing blend of every aspect that makes a good movie. From the action, drama, and suspense to the sound track, visuals, and story. Maybe my love of this film is a more nostalgic love, yet I still watch this film and love/feel every moment almost as if its my first time watching it. I don't have many movies which I love that do such a great job of encompassing such a broad pallette of emotions. From adrenaline, love, suspense, empathy, enmity, etc.

Larry W (kr) wrote: "Nooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo...!!!!"

Simon P (br) wrote: A poor man's John Wick that actually works well as an 80s style vengeance flick.