A Real What Would Jane Do? Moment


You know how it is when you see someone driving really fast, and they’re going in a certain direction, and you know they are heading for a bridge, but you also know the bridge is busted and that the car is going to fly off the cliff and crash spectacularly, catch on fire and burn for days? And you wonder if you should say, “Excuse me, but do you know you’re driving much too fast to stop before you go flying off the cliff and crash spectacularly and burn for days?” But you know even if you do say so, they won’t care and will keep driving anyway?

Yeah, it’s like that.

11 thoughts on “A Real What Would Jane Do? Moment

  1. emolde

    I know we are prejudging but seriously?! Too many watered down adaptations of famous texts just give more reasons for non-austen fans to complain of Austen overload. Why can’t they adapt a lesser known novel and bring it new readership as opposed to making a forgetable version overshadowed by the brilliant 1995 one? Besides, it’s only been 5 years since P.and.P 2005! Give the poor story a rest before it is not taken seriously anymore!


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