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Austenland

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Obsessed with Pride and Prejudice (1995), a woman travels to a Jane Austen theme park in search for her perfect gentleman.... (Full plot summary below)

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Obsessed with Pride and Prejudice (1995), a woman travels to a Jane Austen theme park in search for her perfect gentleman.

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Village Voice - 8/10 by Alan Scherstuhl The ending is a bit of an audience-pleasing cop-out, a retreat into formula after 80 minutes or so of upending it. But those upendings are memorable, the cast dishy fun, and Jerusha Hess and Shannon Hale's breeze of a script (based on Hale's novel) is smart about the allure of fictional romances.
Entertainment Weekly - 7/10 by Owen Gleiberman Austenland is kind of a one-joke movie, and the film's rhythm is a bit flaccid, but the joke, at least, has a twinge of wit.
The Hollywood Reporter - 7/10 by John DeFore Hess gets her romance just grounded enough to handle the comic extremes supplied by the supporting cast.
Film.com - 6/10 by Amanda May Meyncke Austenland is as light and airy as a cream puff, and as entirely unfulfilling. Fans of the book may find it amusing, but those looking for heartier romantic comedy fare would do well to look elsewhere.
Tampa Bay Times - 6/10 by Steve Persall Russell remains one of our most adorable, underused actors, although this role lacks the emotional and comedic breadth of her turn in 2007's "Waitress."
Chicago Sun-Times - 6/10 by Mary Houlihan It’s a romantic comedy with all sorts of possibilities that instead relies on heavy-handed sight gags and over-the-top performances.
RogerEbert.com - 6/10 by Susan Wloszczyna All this sounds eminently promising. But it would need a wordsmith as witty and wise as Emma Thompson, who won an Oscar for adapting the big-screen version of 1995's "Sense and Sensibility," to pull it off and do Austen herself justice.
USA Today - 6/10 by Claudia Puig A humorous chick flick for well-read audiences, Austenland is a novel concept.
The Telegraph - 6/10 by Tim Robey For a while, the film gets by on silliness alone. But in the end, it all amounts to no more than a sniggery guilty pleasure.
Empire - 6/10 by Ian Freer Fondly conceived but short of that razor-sharp Jane Austen wit.
Time Out New York - 6/10 by Silvija Ozols The Napoleon Dynamite cowriter-turned-director should have applied her editorial eye more consistently; Coolidge and King especially are allowed to wander into mugging far too often and for far too long.
The Guardian - 6/10 by Damon Wise It is smart and surprisingly literate, its only downfall being in that, in riffing on the work of a very talented writer on the subject of men and women, its screenplay could have used a little more of Jane Austen's immaculate sense of storytelling.

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