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Submitted by AssassinTRIP 500d ago | review

Austenland Review | Geekenstein

"While I, and I bet 99% of Geekenstein’s audience, cannot relate to the intense love of Jane Austen that Jane has, I know for a fact that we can relate to the type of obsession she has. If we haven’t been obsessed, then we have the obsessed friend. What made Austenland so interesting is the direct confrontation Jane had to make between fantasy and reality, and the difficulties not only choosing, but realizing which is which. It may have been a movie I only saw to finally take my girlfriend to something she would enjoy more than me, but I ended up having a great time as well. Whether it’s for date night or you just want to see a good movie, Austenland won’t disappoint." - David Rhinehart of Geekenstein (Austenland, Cinema) 3.5/5

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