Which Pride and Prejudice? the A & E version? because that one was my favorite :)
I saw several Pride and Prejudice adaptations but the book is still on my TBR. Thanks for stopping by. Have a great weekend!
Would you believe I haven't seen either movie?
I haven't seen the movie OR read the book. I am so bad.
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Definitely agree on P&P! I did like the movie version of Vanity Fair, but definitely agree that the movie Becky Sharp was nowhere near as vindictive as she was in the book.
Sadly, I've still only seen the movies for both of your picks. I have P&P in my TBR pile but not Vanity Fair yet. I will have to look for it.Thanks for stopping by my blog earlier.
I agree on Vanity Fair!Thanks for visiting my blog - I am a new follower!
I also didn't like Vanity Fair (either the book or the movie).Thanks for stopping by and have a great weekend
I know film makers have to make the films exciting but to change a storyline or character is a shame.carol
2 books (and movies) that I have on my list...I actually have Pride and Prejudice sticking out on my shelf to remind me to read it - hasn't worked yet, but hopefully soon! haha
Okbolover- It was the BBC version.Pepca-you too!Faith- It's a must see.Rida- Oh! you have to.Howard Sherman , Melissa- Thanks! for coming by.Robyn- You're welcome.Nicki- Glad you came by.Lauren B- You too!Dizzy Marie- You're right.Sweet Marie- It's a must read.