Pride And Prejudice
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TIL: Disney had to change the name from Moana to Oceania to avoid confusion with one of Italy's most famous porn stars.
I'm a sucker for any adaptation of Pride and Prejudice.
Tom Wambsgans will always be Mr. Darcy to me.
You Can Call Yourself A Bibliophile Only If You Can Identify 8/9 Of These Books From Just One Iconic Quote
Get your bragging rights here!
I can't be the only one who still loves this movie...most ardently.
Everyone Knows About The Hand Flex In "Pride & Prejudice" — But I Bet You Didn't Know That Matthew Macfadyen Improved It During Rehearsal
My entire personality is Mr. Darcy's hand flex.
Agárrate, que esto se va a poner 🔥🔥🔥🔥
My sexuality is every iteration of Mr. Darcy.
Almost all these movies had WAY darker endings.
People who watch School of Rock on repeat are elite.
Estas películas captaron muy bien la esencia de la relación con una hermana.
Hopeless romantics of the world, unite!
Adding all of them to my watch list rn.
"Moonlight's ending left me in such an emotional state of mind — Chiron's speech brought tears to my eyes."
Everyone Thinks They're As Charming As Mr. Darcy, But We're About To Tell You Which "Pride And Prejudice" Guy You Actually Are
Darcy. Bingley. Wickham. Collins.
So...you're telling me watching Groundhog Day is basically the same as reading Nietzsche, right?
Sorry, but the enemies to lovers trope is superior.
“It also made me think about the non-Asian people laughing at it — at her expense, at the expense of people who authentically have that accent, who can’t turn it off, and who have been ridiculed their whole lives for it.”
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Cinderella's dress should've looked so different!
Don't worry, Mr. Collins and Wickham are NOT possibilities!
Do I have crap taste in movies? Lemme know, thanks.
Dirty Dancing would be so much better if Baby and Johnny had any chemistry.
From Pride & Prejudice to Promising Young Woman.
"Here's looking at you, kid."
Grab your popcorn. 🍿
A wealthy heiress, a charming rake, or a poor nobody?
In a world full of trends, I want to remain a classic.
If you don't know who John Thornton is you haven't lived!
Los amo mucho a todos ellos.
I love everything about this film...most ardently.
Hope you don't get Mr. Collins!
I love this cast most ardently.
[rewatches Pride and Prejudice for the 100th time]
The greatest novel ever written.
*On Mr. Darcy* "There's something...pleasant about his mouth when he speaks."
I know it's acting but it's weeeeeird.
Can you hear the bells?
And the Oscar goes to...
This is a tough one, y'all.
The juke joint scene from Queen & Slim is positively *chef's kiss*.
We can't *all* be Elizabeth.
It is a truth universally acknowledged that people love a fresh spin on a classic.
Do you have a thing for fanged bad boys or are you the Regency type?
Ya se escuchan tus campanas de boda.
Winona Ryder, Maya Hawke, or Saoirse Ronan for Jo March?
I can hear the wedding bells already.
"She totally ruins what would have been my favourite film of all time!"
Love can't always conquer all.
This movie is perfect and that's a fact.
Are you Iron Man with a little bit of Lydia Bennett?
Twilight = Bi-light.
It's all about love.
BRB, watching all of these immediately!
No one asked for this, but I don't care!
"If love don’t feel like Pride & Prejudice (2005), then I don’t want it."
Man, dating etiquette used to be so weird.
Mr. Darcy: "Excuse me. I am tall. I am heterosexual. I have anxiety. I'm new in town."
We have great expectations...
If you can manage to avoid Mr. Collins, of course.
Females are strong as hell!
“So apparently sleeping doesn’t make your problems go away. I woke up and everything still sucked. Shocked and upset.”
The One True Darcy.
Someone: Do you kiss your mother with that mouth? Oedipus: ...actually
A Mrs. Bennet, a Miss Bennet, a Miss Bennet, and a Miss Bennet, Sir.
It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a woman in possession of Jane Austen novels must be in want of a good adaptation to watch.
“A lady's imagination is very rapid.”
Knightley gets teased for playing versions of the same character, in different costumes. But her recurring role — negotiating femininity under patriarchal control — is one so many women recognize as our own.
I do. I do. I do.
Are you a Bennet girl, or are you more Miss Havisham?
Are you Mr. Darcy or Lizzy?
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It is a truth universally acknowledged that BuzzFeed quizzes are 100% accurate.
Let's travel back in time.
Everyone wants to be an Elizabeth, but you might be more of an Elinor.
Before you die, make sure you get one of these inked on yourself.
Keep your tissue box close while reading these novels.
We're going to be single forever.
After all, summer is the season of doing nothing but watching TV.
Do you know your Pride and Prejudice from your Persuasion?
*starts a GoFundMe page*
Roses are red, violets are blue, dismantle the patriarchy.
Tbh, if you've read the book or seen any of the adaptations, you should be able to nail this.
A Song of Spells and Potions, anyone?
Someone has to teach them to curse... that someone is you.
5 early stages of a relationship told through movie scenes.
Pride and Prejudice's Caroline Bingley bitch trope has shaped romantic comedy for centuries. It's time to rethink her as a plot device.
"It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a single guinea pig in possession of a good fortune must be in want of a wife."
1 star for 4 Privet Drive.
It was love at first write.
"My affections and wishes are unchanged, but one word from you will silence me on this subject for ever." —Jane Austen, Pride & Prejudice
Jane Austen was way ahead of her time.
"You think Philip Roth is better than Jane Austen? You're crazy," said one attendee at a meeting of the Jane Austen Society of North America's Southwest chapter this weekend.
Yes, an Austen-themed video game. "In the virtual world of Jane Austen, it is not about kill or be killed, but invite and be invited with gossip our weapon of choice."