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Memorable Quotes from Pride & Prejudice (2005)

Compiled here are random and memorable quotes from P&P '05 film...

Elizabeth Bennet: Now if every man in the room does not end the evening in love with you then I am no judge of beauty.
Jane Bennet: [giggles] Or men.
Elizabeth Bennet: [laughs brightly] No, they are far too easy to judge.
Jane Bennet: They're not all bad.
Elizabeth Bennet: Humorless poppycocks, in my limited experience.
Jane Bennet: One of these days, Lizzie, someone will catch your eye and then you'll have to watch your tongue.


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Elizabeth Bennet:"So which of the painted peacocks is our Mr Bingley?"
Charlotte Lucas:
He is on the right, and on the left is his sister.
Elizabeth Bennet: "And the person with the quizzical brow?"
Charlotte Lucas:"That is his good friend Mr. Darcy."
Elizabeth Bennet: "
He looks miserabIe, poor soul."
Charlotte Lucas: "
MiserabIe he may be, but poor he most certainly is not."
Elizabeth Bennet: "Tell me."
Charlotte Lucas:
"T…

Interesting Trivia of P&P 2005 movie

From IMDB site ...

Trivia for
Pride & Prejudice (2005)

Emma Thompson' did an uncredited and unpaid re-write of the script. She receives a "Special Thanks" credit at the end of the film.
The film is set in 1797, the year that Jane Austen wrote the first draft of Pride and Prejudice.
Joe Wright was not initially keen on Keira Knightley playing Elizabeth, believing her to be too attractive. He changed his mind upon meeting her, deciding her tomboyish attitude would be perfect for the part.
At the beginning of the movie, Elizabeth is shown reading a novel titled "First Impressions" - this was Jane Austen's original title of her novel before she altered it to "Pride and Prejudice."
Keira Knightley was preparing for her role in Domino (2005) while she was filming this, and had already cut her hair. She had to wear a wig during the last few weeks of filming and long sleeves to hide her muscles.
The English Country Dances done in the film are:
o Young Widow

P&P '05 Nominations & Awards

Nominations & Awards
for Pride & Prejudice (2005)


(Nominated for 4 Oscars. 12 wins & total of 37 nominations)

Academy Awards, USA (March 2006; 4 Nominations; O wins)
1. Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role - Keira Knightley
2. Best Achievement in Art Direction - Sarah Greenwood (art director), Katie Spencer (set decorator)

3. Best Achievement in Costume Design - Jacqueline Durran

4. Best Achievement in Music Written for Motion Pictures, Original Score - Dario Marianelli


American Cinema Editors, USA (Nominated only)
Best Edited Feature Film - Comedy or Musical
- Paul Tothill


BAFTA Awards (6 Nominations; 1 win)
1. Carl Foreman Award for the Most Promising Newcomer -
Joe Wright (director) - Won!
2. Alexander Korda Award for Best British Film - Tim Bevan, Eric Fellner, Paul Webster, Joe Wright, Deborah Moggach
3. BAFTA Film Award Best Costume Design - Jacqueline Durran
4. Best Make Up/Hair - Fae Hammond
5. Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role - Brenda Blethyn
6. Be…

P&P 05 Movie Location Photos

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Here are photos of the location/houses where P&P movie was filmed. click images below to enlarge!

Longbourn
The Bennets' Home in P&P '05


Groombridge Place used as 'Longbourn'

Situated near Tunbridge Wells on the border of Kent and East Sussex in Southern England, Groombridge Place is a tranquil moated house of mellow brick, set within acres of gardens. Although a dwelling was first built on the site around the year 1200, the present house dates from late 1600s, when the first formal gardens were planned with the help of the celebrated horticulturist John Evelyn. While the house is a private home, the gardens are open to the public throughout the summer, and are visited by 200,000 people each year.The production was fortunate to want to use the house as the Bennet family home at a time when the property had changed hands (for only the second time in 400 years), and the new owner was persuaded to delay his own plans for interior redecoration until after the Bennet…

Pride & Prejudice (Critics Rave Reviews)

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Here are some P&P reviews from the P&P Official Website, which I thought I'd compile and post here all the rave Reviews from film critics for ya'll to read:

Enjoy Reading!


THE NEW YORK TIMES, Stephen Holden
November 11, 2005

"Makes you believe in true love, happily-ever-after and all the other stuff a romantic comedy promises but so seldom delivers. Satisfyingly rich. The sumptuous new screen adaptation has so much to recommend it."

The sumptuous new screen adaptation of Jane Austen's "Pride and Prejudice" has so much to recommend it that it seems almost churlish to point out that its plucky, clever heroine, Elizabeth Bennet, played by Keira Knightley, is not exactly the creature described in the 1813 novel.

The second of five well-brought-up but impecunious Bennet sisters, whose fluttery mother (Brenda Blethyn) desperately schemes to marry them off to men of means, Elizabeth prevails in the novel through her wit and honesty, not through stunning…

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