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Went back to your post and pretty much agree. The two boys were great, Hitler was properly bizarre - characters properly characteurized (that ought to be a word). I just didn't quite 'get' the movie as a whole.
I havent seen it yet but I think its based on a comic book which might explain why it was hard to "get". There might be something in the comic that was left out in the adaptation.
 

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Last night I saw "Emma" - the latest remake of the Jane Austen novel. It was true to the book except in one part. I try to see all the films of Austen's books, so I enjoyed it. If you don't know the book, it's about a young woman coming of age, giving up childishness, and gaining self-awareness and a little wisdom. It was a pretty film, both the locations and the costumes were easy to look at. Two chickens spotted, one rooster heard!

Thumbs up if you like Jane Austen. Otherwise, thumbs down.
 

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Last night I saw "Emma" - the latest remake of the Jane Austen novel. It was true to the book except in one part. I try to see all the films of Austen's books, so I enjoyed it. If you don't know the book, it's about a young woman coming of age, giving up childishness, and gaining self-awareness and a little wisdom. It was a pretty film, both the locations and the costumes were easy to look at. Two chickens spotted, one rooster heard!

Thumbs up if you like Jane Austen. Otherwise, thumbs down.
I couldnt even make it through Pride and Prejudice...and Zombies let alone an actual Jane Austen film or novel. I know she has a loyal fan base and I don't doubt she's a good writer. Just not my cup o' tea
 
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