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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.
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.
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. - 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.
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." - 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.
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.
USA Today - 6/10 by Claudia Puig A humorous chick flick for well-read audiences, Austenland is a novel concept.
Empire - 6/10 by Ian Freer Fondly conceived but short of that razor-sharp Jane Austen wit.
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.
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 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.

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