Jane Eyre

2011

Action / Drama / Romance

96
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 84%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 76%
IMDb Rating 7.4 10 72142

Synopsis


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Cast

Michael Fassbender as Rochester
Imogen Poots as Blanche Ingram
Mia Wasikowska as Jane Eyre
Judi Dench as Mrs. Fairfax
720p.BLU
750.37 MB
1280*720
English
PG-13
23.976 fps
2hr 0 min
P/S 3 / 53

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by kburditt 9 / 10

Wonderful new Jane Eyre

I saw a sneak preview of Jane Eyre last night at AFI/Silver in Silver Spring MD. This is a beautifully filmed, engrossing, and haunting version of the classic Charlotte Bronte novel Jane Eyre. This film is worth seeing and it will leave you thinking about it long after you have left the theater. It captures that otherworldly and isolated environment that Jane inhabits in her lonely life. After you witness the unloved childhood and brutal boarding school you can understand how Jane can not only adapt to her isolated employment but revel in a world where the absence of abuse is a relief. One thing that struck me was the way the actress portraying Jane Eyre, Mia Wasikowska, inhabited Jane's being. The quiet stillness, the dignity, the steely nerves under the mask of composure. I have been trying to recall another actress who portrayed the physicality of a woman, a governess, in that time period so perfectly. She wasn't a modern actress in a corset, she moved like a young woman who is used to the corset and layers of cloth, and the expectations on a young woman in Victorian England. I also particularly enjoyed the portrayal of a vibrant, intelligent, woman who knows she is caged by the norms of her society and her position in it. Miss Wasikowska did a wonderful portrayal of Jane, giving her great depth while still letting the emotions flit across her usually stoic face. I also liked Mrs Reed - she is a wholly human villain, petty, cruel, insecure, and resentful. You can see her in Miss Ingram, a petty woman who could turn hateful. The young Jane is a stand out performance, all spit and fury, you realize that Jane's survival is due to her courage. That the intensity of the child is coiled inside the adult Jane. The cinematography is beautiful, the sets and costumes look accurate, the screenplay handled well, and the directing outstanding. I also appreciate that no character was over done. This film will age well, where some other versions can make you cringe now. This film is going to make me pick up the novel and read it again after a very long time. Not a bad recommendation for a movie.

Reviewed by tassyachaca 9 / 10

Hypnotize

I admit this story will make the heart of anyone who watches melt. The way Jane Eyre tells the story of a woman who lived in misery all her life and how Rochester is portrayed as a cold but intimidating man, looking rude but caring. If you are looking for sadness in this movie, YOU WILL NOT GET IT. But when you are looking for a classic romance story wrapped with a real problem of a poor woman with a rich man then you are in the right place.

The very right story is spent in my spare time or holiday, I really do not regret my day by watching this. Their way of their gazing and the way they express feelings will take you through time, how Jane who craves happiness, turns up in an unexpected time. Always full of what Rochester is thinking.

Unfortunately, I did not get too much emotion of grief from Mia Wasikowka, her way of portraying the sadness of lessening my feelings when I saw her

Reviewed by telegrafic 5 / 10

Uninspiring Jane Eyre

Precious film aesthetically speaking, with nice sets and costume designs. But considering the high amount of Jane Eyre versions that have been filmed a new one should add something new, different or better to the audiences than its precedents. Sadly, this is not the case: its lack of interest is mainly due to performances -Mr. Fassbender's specially- and too flat direction. Miss Wasikowska develops her character well and makes us believe is true. She creates a believable Jane but walks along the film like a shadow, too distant to emphasize with her. Fassbender's Mr. Rochester is much worse: being always a disagreeable character, while in other versions you could see how he really suffers and almost touch and feel his pain feeling sorry for him here Michael Fassbender does not seem very interested in making his character credible; he does not manage to reach the intensity that Rochester requires, appearing more annoyed than tortured. He does not manage to make us feel sorry for him. Best performance is done by Mrs. Dench, but unfortunately she has a brief and not noticeable appearance. Directors' work does contribute too to these poor results by not using his resources emphasizing what actors lack. All and all, a new version of the film correct, visually enjoyable but that does not bring anything new to the previous ones.

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