Driving by her deep admiration for Pride and Prejudice, Jane Hays, a young beautiful girl, travels to the theme park of Kane Austen, searching for her version of Darcy, and incidents come to inspire her life, when she meets a gentleman.
Actors Of "Austenland"
Characters Of "Austenland"
Director of "Austenland"
Critics Of "Austenland"
December 19, 2013 Based on the 2007 book by Shannon Hale, all the ingredients for a deft, sly, sleight-of-hand comedy are there. But the film is all over the place. The tone is off, the timing is off, the cutting is off. And it's just not funny.Read in Source
Windy City Times
June 27, 2014 Although...mostly a nice, light, little trifle, it's ultimately half a soufflé at best-one that never quite rises to the occasion.Read in Source
February 07, 2014 Rom-com fanatics and Austen aficionados may find gems in Austenland, but others will see this as a film with little sense or sensibility.Read in Source
September 19, 2013 Austenland is modest fun but needs to show it has a brain under its sun bonnet.Read in Source
September 02, 2013 Everything rings false, and the spectacle of bad actors pretending to be bad actors may trouble your sleep for some time.Read in Source
St. Louis Post-Dispatch
September 05, 2013 A mildly surprising and completely heartwarming ending casts a glow over the previous 96 minutes of "Austenland" but can't wipe out all regrets for what might have been.Read in Source
February 21, 2014 an interesting diversion that holds a lot of promise at first, is pleasant but generally underdelivers throughout, and then almost redeems itself with a last-minute twist that almost makes sense considering the movie's core weakness.Read in Source
September 12, 2013 "Austenland" understands Austen's enduring romantic appeal but has no use for her deeper themes of class, wealth and gender inequality.Read in Source
Globe and Mail
September 20, 2013 The acting throughout falls into two registers; pantomime mugging for most of the cast, while the romantic leads, Russell and Feild, look so ill at ease that you pity them.Read in Source
September 12, 2013 It's tentative in its intentions and afraid to push all the way with its premise. It is not sharp enough as a comedy, and when it tries to shift gears and become a romance, it is unconvincing in its machinations.Read in Source
February 10, 2014 Austenland is a pretty film to look at, but underneath its look, there's just not much there.Read in Source
Country: United States
Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
Twelve years after the tragic death of their little girl, a dollmaker and his wife welcome a nun and several girls from a shuttered orphanage into ...