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Jane Eyre (1944)
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Summary: Small, plain and poor, Jane Eyre comes to Thornfield Hall as governess to the young ward of Edward Rochester. Denied love all her life, Jane can't help but be attracted to the intelligent, vibrant, energetic Mr. Rochester, a man twice her age. But just when Mr. Rochester seems to be returning the attention, he invites the beautiful and wealthy Blanche Ingram and her party to stay at his estate. Meanwhile, the secret of Thornfield Hall could ruin all their chances for happiness. (imdb)
Genres: Romance, Drama
Country: USA
Directed By: Robert Stevenson
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na Firesleight
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na Woody92
85
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na mephistophia
70
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na tonydal
75
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na cfk
7
T7
na demonhatesme
90
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na Pats_London
80
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na kangadoodoo
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na Dimentia
80
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na Marinaki
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na kastenm
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na filmcricket
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na imdb
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na chiphall72
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na FunkyAstro
60
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na DougReese
65
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na Bavafreak
75
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na KTP
79
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na Icarus
60
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na negative
2
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na Starecase
80
T6
na bestauntie
82
T6
na avb
80
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na Sinister
76
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na Ronin21
81
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na CMQuinn
9
T9
na blucthulhu
80
T8
na lostty
70
T3
na OfTheAllies
35
T1
na vlqwo
62
T6
na Inframan
76
T3
na auhasarderik
60
T7
na jcullinane
95
T10
na JasonKDarby
70
T7
na mariestdenis
74
T3
na paulofilmo
66
T4
I actually had to orient myself to Welles' accent. I'd describe this as a poor adaptation of Jane Eyre, but still adequately romantic.
na hoolie
75
T5
na Antoine
77
T6
na drowsybaker
60
T5
na robixsmash
80
T9
na sanguinary
75
T7
na Doble-G
90
T9
na Parallax
76
T4
na KasperL
70
T7
It's good. About equal to the 2011 version.
na dharmabum
78
T7
na camus
70
T6
na jeff_v
72
T7
na fact100
76
T8
na SlantMag
30
T8
"A well-constructed piece of studio work, with vivid black-and-white cinematography under matte painting skies that creates a turbulent, oppressive mood." - Jeremiah Kipp
na IMDb-byvotes
76
T8
na Zeno
75
T6
na mjjoao
90
T10
na Al Chambers
86
T5
na burkayadalig
87
T9
a bit rushed (especially the end) but the excellent cinematography and acting compensate it...
na schnofel
54
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na TNMomof5
90
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na avgcrtckr
64
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na cowfrappe
82
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na eyelit
80
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na filmaffinity
73
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na Esmerodo
90
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na Dogubomb
40
T4
na okidude
4
T8
Succinct adaptation of the Bronte classic. Strong characterizations from Wells.
na KungFuDolly
6
T5
na debaser1985
68
T5
na jacobb1313
71
T6
Great cinematography (was Welles back there helping the grips?), with a love story that must have inspired Disney's Beauty and the Beast. It's too heavy-handed in its ending, which is unfortunately overtly melodramatic to the point of illiciting laughter.
na goran
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na isabellacn
73
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na Thieu80
5
T1
na TheRev
66
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na Amadeus
67
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na Zoltan
75
T9
na BaalMan
60
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na MaxBaron
79
T6
na ZapperLife
53
T6
na mightysparks
60
T7
I thought it was ok, but it felt very rushed. It was hard to find the characters and their actions believable due to the lack of development. I liked the scenes of Jane's childhood much more than the rest because it worked better on its own, whereas the latter scenes really needed more understanding of the characters. The cinematography is really nice and it's entertaining enough, though overly melodramatic at times.
na Darbicus
60
T6
na Moribunny
65
T7
While I haven't seen all Jane Eyre adaptations, I am getting the notion that while this may not be the most comprehensive one, it is possibly the closest there is to a "definitive" movie version. The rushed ending is a glaring weakness. Much of its strength lies in the fine acting. Orson Welles plays Mr. Rochester with a suitable peacock-like puffiness that is owed less to his acting than to his correct typecasting, but he does take the effort to inject the character with some brooding.
na Gody85
63
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na Bacchanalian
78
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na superkell89
82
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na Serenitie
81
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na masoo
75
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na Plato
83
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na welike
30
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na lex
80
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The scenes between Jane and Rochester (portrayed to perfection by Welles) are so captivating that they pretty much make up for the hopelessly rushed beginning and ending. Though Welles isn't the credited director, I can't help but notice his more than likely influence in some of the shots.
na gimmefiction
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na PerryStroika
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na Mango
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na Limdebois
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na pyrosexual
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na Maps
80
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na MrsEmmaPeel
64
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na skittlez
86
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na donquixotic
0
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na Bufo1944
95
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na EchoWilder
71
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na ise
70
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na tyoda
60
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83
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