Becoming Jane

Becoming Jane

A biographical portrait of a pre-fame Jane Austen and her romance with a young Irishman.

Becoming Jane is a biographical portrait of a pre-fame Jane Austen and her romance with a young Irishman, a charming but penniless apprentice lawyer who gives her the knowledge of the heart she needs for her future career as a novelist. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Andrew H (ag) wrote: Yeah, this movie was very low-budget and "bad"...but the killing scenes are gory and vicious. Worth a watch for anyone interested.

Jith P (kr) wrote: A Holocaust-themed drama that is uncomfortable to watch at times. Credible performances by the lead actors. Two narratives, chronologically 30 years apart, juxtaposed through clever editing.

Mac B (ag) wrote: Gets a little weighed down by its search for an ending, but the opening scene with Breckin Meyer canvassing is worth anything else that might come your way.

Annette S (es) wrote: One of my favorite movies all time!! If u don't see this movie you are truly missing a great film.. Not only a true story, but a story that is groundbreaking and proved that in the times of racism, there were people that believed we we were no different that one another and that the ability to be smart lives in all races.

Navendu M (br) wrote: Sanjay Dutt at his best with a allright performance by Govinda

Mahmoud N (us) wrote: A terrific film by Ettore, his one of the greatest italian directors among fellini, sergio leone..., and in this film he describes in a beautiful and disgusting manner the situation of the inhabitant of shantytowns in Italy.A voir!!

Sebastin M (jp) wrote: Una pelicula antigua que incluye en su elenco a Sidney Poitier, Diahann Carroll, Paul Newman y Louis Armstrong y que, por si eso fuera poco, ademas incluye excelente musica del genio Duke Ellington... por Dios que vale la pena verla.

Dana G (ca) wrote: Howwwwww have I never seen this before? Pure WWII propaganda with zero plot, but the 40s diva factor (Davis, Crawford, Stanwyck to name but a few) alone warrants this a recommendation.

danny d (kr) wrote: an excellent thriller/mystery from marcel carne about a wandering soldier running from his past, but is unable to run from himself. the film has great performances, especially from gabin, and has a perfect running time to tell a simple story but keep the intrigue.

Alex W (it) wrote: The movie just wasn't exactly sure what it actually was.

Ethan B (gb) wrote: I love movies that can't necessarily be classified by a single genre. Jerry Maguire isn't a chick flick, but it's not a sports film either. Nor is it a traditional comedy. It's possibly all three, but never just one. That's what makes it great. It appeals to both genders equally without alienating either of them.The title character is played by Tom Cruise in one of his best performances. He's a slimy sports agent who, one day, has an epiphany, realizing he no longer wants to sell lies to his clients, but real relationships. The only problem is he doesn't even know how to have a real relationship in his personal life. At work, he sends out a mission statement that lauds the idea of having less clients to improve quality. This sudden life-changing notion wins over the approval of his cohorts, but his high-level agency disapproves and fires him.Starting from the ground up, Jerry has nothing and no one to work with. The only people that follow him are a low-level employee, Dorothy (Renee Zellweger) and Arizona Cardinals wide receiver, Rod Tidwell (Cuba Gooding, Jr.). The chemistry between Cruise and both of his costars is natural that you can't imagine anyone else in those roles. You see him seamlessly transform over the course of the film, only taking notice of it in the end. Honestly, it's very much reminiscent of Pacino in the Godfather--only backwards.Jerry Maguire equally covers the depth of multiple characters brilliantly. The film not only goes inside the mind of a scuzzbag-turned-nice-guy, but of an athlete. Gooding plays a talented football player with a chip on his shoulder. He's not on his way out of the league, but he's no Jerry Rice either. He's on a middling NFL team and thinks he deserves a bigger paycheck than he gets. He knows he's good, but no one else sees it. The film brings very relatable themes to seemingly unrelatable people. There is more to the movie than demand for money. It's about friendship and knowing what's important in life amidst all the menagerie. Writer-director Cameron Crowe has a knack for storytelling--already evident by his previous work--but he outdoes himself with this one. Nothing is ever truly predictable, which is an impressive accomplishment considering the type of film. Never is there a dull moment, and the dialogue is so effortlessly perfect without ever feeling contrived. The sappy moments are never that, when any other writer would know no other way. It's a rom-com for the ages and may even be the pinpoint for redefining the genre.It has aged so well and is still a great watch to this day. Highly recommended for those of you who haven't seen it and are arguing with your other half about what to watch on movie night. I promise you'll both enjoy it.Twizard Rating: 100