Review: Pride and Prejudice

Scheduling mishaps happen (especially since I’m not in charge of the thursday movie schedule), and this one was just too obvious. Translated from the pages of Jane Austen’s book, it’s not prejudice at all to mark this book and movie as “not meant for the XY chromosomed”. It is, without any exception, the most girly movie I’ve ever seen. It’s a costume drama set in the late 18th century England, where subjects like predetermined and financial advantageous marriage are the hot topics. We get to see dancing (lots of it), and romances with true love declared after a few superficial conversations.
Except for a few sparkly dialogue, men will have swooped out their Gameboy Advance/Nintendo DS/Playstation Portable, while the ladies will swoon over an ice cold character called Darcy.
If it weren’t for the Keira Kneightly’s capturing smile, I’d ask for my money back (or beat the crap out of the dimwit who scheduled this movie).5+.

2 Responses to “Review: Pride and Prejudice”

  1. Qbix Says:

    as XY chromosomed: Thank you for figuring out that it’s totally unsuitable for me.

  2. B Says:

    Dude. Keira Knightley oughta krank up the average a bit?

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