Emma (1996)

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Faithful, enchanting adaptation of Jane Austen's nineteenth-century tale of Emma Woodhouse--a clever young woman whose mischievous matchmaking schemes nearly end up jeopardizing her own shot at romance.




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  • Kate Beckinsale in Emma (1996)
  • Kate Beckinsale in Emma (1996)
  • Raymond Coulthard and Olivia Williams in Emma (1996)
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4 November 2005 | webmaster_ana-1
| A Very Good Movie Indeed!
I've seen this movie after watching Paltrow's version. I've found that one a very good one, and I thought this would not be as good... but I was wrong: British version was far better and enjoyable! I found Jeremy Northam more "agreeable" than Mark Strong, but I can say that Strong catches much better Austen's Knightley. Anyway, both versions are good,but anyone that loved Austen's books, should watch this movie. I agree with *caalling*: Andrew Davies changed a few things, but still remains faithful to the original.

10 out of 10

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