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Mansfield Park (2007)

Mansfield Park
6.2 Rating
(53 ratings)
6.3 IMDB rating

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Julia Joyce

Julia Joyce

Young Fanny
Douglas Hodge

Douglas Hodge

Sir Thomas Bertram
Maggie O

Maggie O'Neill

Mrs. Norris
Tara Berwin

Tara Berwin

Young Maria
Lucy Hurst

Lucy Hurst

Young Julia
Zachary Elliott-Hatton

Zachary Elliott-Hatton

Young Tom
Greg Sheffield

Greg Sheffield

Young Edmund
Billie Piper

Billie Piper

Fanny Price


Written by
Maggie Wadey

Maggie Wadey

(written by)
Jane Austen

Jane Austen

novel (uncredited)


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Decent

7 years, 6 months ago at Jan 31 17:45
3 votes
I really love Mansfield Park, as it is the only Austen novel with a timid heroine. I did enjoy this adaptation, but it really should have been so much more. It seemed like we are constantly seeing all the other characters moving the plot forward, but we never really get to know Fanny or all that she has to put up with. I was really looking forward to seeing how they were going to portray her rel... read more

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3 years, 4 months ago at Mar 12 17:34
3 votes
Stupid choices were dropping Portshmouth, Sotherton and the Ball. The film is too short and fast-paced and overall seems to be done in a low budget... Billie Piper as Fanny is different than in the book, but not entirely unlikable. Her character seems modernized but sort of in a good way. Guess she is more approachable to a modern viewer, or that's probably what they aimed for. Not only drenched i... read more
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Release date: 27 January 2008
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Besoaria posted a review 3 years, 4 months ago

“Stupid choices were dropping Portshmouth, Sotherton and the Ball. The film is too short and fast-paced and overall seems to be done in a low budget... Billie Piper as Fanny is different than in the book, but not entirely unlikable. Her character seems modernized but sort of in a good way. Guess she is more approachable to a modern viewer, or that's probably what they aimed for. Not only drenched in her own pain and inferiority. The movie portraited the Crawfords somehow as really arrogant, even bitchy at times. Michelle Ryan could've got a better script for her Mary but fits to the role very nicely. Fanny would never even consider this Henry, and in this movie, it seems that she didn't. And the ultimate reason why this is probably my most rewatched movie is Blake Ritson as a PERFECT Edmund” read more

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AJWyrm posted a review 7 years, 6 months ago

Decent

“I really love Mansfield Park, as it is the only Austen novel with a timid heroine. I did enjoy this adaptation, but it really should have been so much more. It seemed like we are constantly seeing all the other characters moving the plot forward, but we never really get to know Fanny or all that she has to put up with. I was really looking forward to seeing how they were going to portray her relationship with Mary Crawford, but they barely interact at all. I enjoyed this, but I think it was because I could fill in all the parts that were missing because I have read the book. I wouldn't really recommend this to someone who hasn't.” read more

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