N.R
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N.R asked in Entertainment & MusicMovies · 7 years ago

have u watched Jane Eyre film ? wht do u think of it ? and is there any similar movies having the same drama ?

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  • 7 years ago
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    I love Jane Eyre!

    My favourite version is the BBC Mini-Series. It will be worth your while to watch it!

    Other films you might enjoy include:

    > Pride and Prejudice (starring Keira Knightley)

    > The Duchess (2008 - starring Keira Knightley and Dominic Cooper)

    > Atonement (starring Keira Knightley and James McAvoy)

    > Becoming Jane (starring Anne Hathaway and James McAvoy)

    > Tuck Everlasting (starring Alexis Bledel)

    > The Young Victoria (starring Emily Blunt)

    > Bright Star (2009 - starring Abbie Cornish)

    > The Painted Veil (starring Naomi Watts and Edward Norton)

    > Tristan and Isolde (starring James Franco and Rufus Sewell)

    > A Destiny Of Her Own (Renamed 'Dangerous Beauty' - starring Rufus Sewell)

    > Memoirs Of A Geisha

    > The New World (starring Christian Bale, Russell Crowe and Christopher Plummer)

    > Captain Corelli's Mandolin (starring Penelope Cruz and Nicolas Cage)

    > Head in the Clouds (starring Charlize Theron, Penelope Cruz and Stuart Townsend)

    > Cold Mountain (starring Nicole Kidman, Renee Zellweger, Natalie Portman, Emily Deschanel, Cillian Murphy and Jude Law)

    > Harrison's Flowers (2000)

    Mini-Series that you might enjoy:

    > North & South (2004)

    > Little Dorrit

    > Lost in Austen

    > Wives and Daughters

    > Downtown Abbey

    > Upstairs Downstairs

    > Tess of the D'Urbevilles

    > Lark Rise to Candleford

    Hope that helps :) It's all I can think of right now!

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  • 7 years ago

    I've seen most versions of Jane Eyre. I enjoy the story. You might enjoy one of these films:

    The Forsyte Saga (1967 version or 2005 version)

    The Moonstone (1972 or 1995 version)

    The Pallisers (1974)

    Poldark (1975)

    Captains & the kings (1976)

    Centennial (1978)

    Les Miserables (1978)

    Backstairs at the White House (1979)

    Lillie (1979)

    Jane Eyre (1983)

    Middlemarch (1994)

    The cinder path (1994)

    The dwelling place (1994)

    Pride & prejudice (1995)

    The glass virgin (1995)

    Sense & sensibility (1995 - short version)

    The Buccaneers (1995)

    Vanity Fair (1998)

    Berkeley Square (1998)

    Wives & daughters (1999)

    Tilly Trotter (1999)

    The Aristocrats (1999)

    The secret (2000)

    A dinner of herbs (2000)

    Lady Audley's secret (2000)

    Anna Karenina (2000 w/ Kevin McKidd)

    Daniel Deronda (2002)

    North & South (2004)

    He knew he was right (2004)

    Bleak House (2005)

    Under the greenwood tree (2005)

    Northanger Abbey (2007)

    Cranford (2007)

    Sense & sensibility (2008 - long version)

    Little Dorrit (2008)

    Emma (2009)

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  • 7 years ago

    The 2011 version of the movie does no justice to the book. The 1996 movie is pretty good too. However, the 1943 movie is the best adaptation and my personal favorite. It has Orson Wells and Joan Fontain and follows just about every detail of the book to a T! I loved it, and it is in black and white. :) It is so good and brings great justice to the novel

    Source(s): My all time favorite novel, and I have seen all three movies.
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  • 7 years ago

    Yes, I've seen practically most versions of Jane Eyre and I like them all. the only one i haven't seen yet is the one with Michael Fassbender....yummy!

    Similar movies...?

    How about Sense and Sensibility, or Pride and Prejudice, or Great Expectations?

    Try those.

    Hope it helps! ;)

    Source(s): My wasted mind...
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    7 years ago

    Yes I love it. I have the Mia wassachowski version and the one with william hurt. Jane Eyre is my favorite book ever. I always re read it every few years.

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  • Rose
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    7 years ago

    Harrison's Flowers (2000)

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  • 7 years ago

    It's a great story. If you enjoyed it, try the book. It's better than any film version I've seen. It has a lot more detail and you really get to live the story.

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