Sense and Sensibility1995
Sense and Sensibility (1995)
Critic Consensus: Sense and Sensibility is an uncommonly deft, very funny Jane Austen adaptation, marked by Emma Thompson's finely tuned performance.
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as Elinor Dashwood
as Marianne Dashwood
as Edward Ferrars
as Col. Brandon
as John Dashwood
as Fanny Dashwood
as Mrs. Dashwood
as Margaret Dashwood
as Mrs. Jennings
as John Willoughby
as Margaret Dashwood
as Lucy Steele
as Sir John Middleton
as Charlotte Palmer
as Mr. Palmer
as Robert Ferrars
as Mr. Dashwood
as Miss Grey
as Doctor Harris
as Mrs. Bunting
as Maid to Mrs. Jennings
Critic Reviews for Sense and Sensibility
This movie, made with love and wit, reminds us how much charm, liveliness, passion, good sense--and sensibility--Jane Austen provides.
A beautifully-crafted, witty, moving film likely to overcome even the stiffest Austen prejudice.
Elinor, in other words, is a performance, but it is a performance that issues intimately from Thompson's real character, as all good performances do.
Luminously brings to life Austen's vision of the dance of the sexes.
Thompson's script manages the neat trick of preserving the necessary niceties and decorum of civilized behavior of the time while still cutting to the dramatic quick.
Audience Reviews for Sense and Sensibility
It is hard to believe anybody gets happily married in 19th century England with all the rules and customs. Jane Austen writes interesting books, and the actors in this adaptation are very convincing.
A faithful adaptation, especially in tone, of Austen's enjoyable novel. Even though not a remarkable story, it benefits mostly from great performances by Thompson and Winslet, in a visually enchanting period drama that combines well romance and humor.
This is a beautiful adaptation of Jane Austen's classic novel, starring a bunch of beautiful and brilliant actors and actresses. Having read the book, I don't think this movie left much out. So, if you're a fan, don't worry, and see this movie.
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|Marianne Dashwood:||"Do you compare your conduct with his?" "No. I compare it with what it ought to have been; I compare it with yours."|
|Marianne Dashwood:||Do you compare your conduct with his? No. I compare it with what it ought to have been; I compare it with yours.|
|Marianne Dashwood:||Fanny wishes to know where the key to the silver cabinet is kept.|
|Elinor Dashwood:||Betsy has it I think. What does Fanny want with the silver?|
|Marianne Dashwood:||One can only presume she wants to count it! What are you doing?|
|Marianne Dashwood:||Presents for the servants. Have you seen Margaret by the way? I'm worried about her, she's taking to hiding in the oddest places.|