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christina

you're quet wrong
i liked Becoming Jane alot.
In fact It is one of my favorite movies. Everything in was amazing!

mcavoyfriendly

I too disagree strongly with your review or "expected review" It seems like you didn't even see it, either.

In its defense, its a tragic romantic drama that revolves around Jane's impossible affair with LeFroy.

McAvoy is not butt ugly!...not muscly enough for you perhaps...LOL

there is a skinny dipping scene where Lefroy is shown quite fit...yum

Queer Beacon

Thanks for your point of view, Nigel!

nigel

One more thing....James McAvoy is a splendid young man and very Handsome.

nigel

You are Wrong!
I disagree with your review. The movie was quite good actually and i think miss Hathaway did a remarkable job portraying Austen.
I think the only thing thats making some people (you) not to like the movie is that it seems like you've seen it already. I'll explain--- After Pride and Prejudice in 2005, which Jane Austen wrote as almost a Bio to her life, Becoming Jane therefore felt rather familiar.

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