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- Anya Taylor-Joy
- Angus Imrie
- Letty Thomas
- Gemma Whelan
- Bill Nighy
- Aidan White
- Edward Davis
- Chris White
- Rupert Graves
- Miranda Hart
Did You Know?
- Second film collaboration for Anya Taylor-Joy and Mia Goth after working on Marrowbone (2017).
- When Emma and Harriet first take tea together, the ringlet in front of Emma's left ear alternates between being snagged in her earring and hanging free.
- Mr. Elton: Dearly beloved friends, we gather here, in the sight of God, to join together this man, and this woman, in holy matrimony, an honorable estate, instituted by God, in this time of man's great in-no-cence...
- Mr. Woodhouse: In-no-cence? Innocence, no?
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I wasn’t sure how I felt about another Emma movie but this one was great! It had tons of good humor in it and was very well directed. My new favorite version of Emma.
It had good bones. The humor was perfectly formed, Dow ere the shots, set and costume design. It needed an extra shove in the direction it was already traveling in. I speak on behalf of family that holds Jane Austen’s work to high regard. No dude, no tea
There’s artificiality to Emma. that, while it makes it a joy to watch and admire, doesn’t leave us with much of a lasting impact. But despite all that, it is refreshing to see an Austen adaptation that finally captures the author’s witty, satirical talents.
De Wilde and Catton deliver a largely faithful and unchallenging adaptation, beautifully staged and sharply acted by a cast adept at balancing wit and romance.
While the story’s sturdy, familiar structure remains resonant, this version never feels particularly inspired or revelatory, despite some lovely moments scattered throughout.