It’s me again, I’m just so addicted to your blog already, it’s 2 AM here and I’m supposed to be sleeping but your blog makes me feel so awake, it feels like I’m studying & having fun browsing to your every post.
If it’s okay and if it wouldn’t be much of a hassle for you, can you post some of the scenes that are quite *comical*? Like for me, I still can’t stop giggling on these scenes: (1) When Mr. Bennet opens the door & finds that all his daughter are eavesdropping & he says “Good heavens, people!”—I ADORE Kitty’s expression there. (2) The scene in Netherfield when the butler comes in to announce the arrival of Bennet ladies & Miss Bingley says “Oh for heaven sake’s! Are we to receive every Bennet in the country?” Lol (3) The dinner scene with Mr. Collins when Lizzie acts sarcastic to him. Jane looks as if she was kicking Lizzie under the table and then later on Lydia can’t stop the urge to laugh then Lizzie pats her on the back; finally and my most favorite part was (4) when Mr. Bingley finally comes to visit again at Longbourn. Mrs. Bennet deliberately said, “Oh, my goodness. Everybody behave naturally. And whatever you do, do not appear overbearing..” yet they all panic and then the next scene where they were all *calm* & REHEARSED—- can’t stop laughing
Sorry for the long post again and for the request. I don’t know how it would be possible. No hard feelings if this won’t be possible. I’m weird sorry lol
THANK YOU so much Georgina, you´re are such a lovely, sweet, loyal follower ♥♥♥ !!! You make me feel proud of my humble blog.
Looking back at my older posts (BTW some of them look terrible) I found these:
Mr. Bingley at Longbourn.
Bennet ladies at Netherfield.
Dinner with Mr. Collins.
I´m sure I made a gif with Mr. Bennet opening the door but anyway take a look at my next post, especially dedicated to you :).
My new P&P tattoo that I got on my wrist. “Most ardently”
Amazing, THANKS for sharing :)!!
igotyearstowaitaround asked: I'm watching the movie.. again... and I had this doubt (idk if you've answered already, but i don't remember you have) well, do any of the actresses in the movie actually play the piano??
As far as I know the only one who plays the piano (and cello) is Rosamund Pike, though she doesn´t play it in the film. Tanzim Merchant (Georgiana) learnt the notes she plays on the screen (1, 2). I think Keira and Talulah (Mary) can´t play. Thanks for asking :).
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1. If you could choose one fandom for forever, which one would it be? (Besides P&P) Michael & Nikita 1997 series (starring Peta Wilson and Roy Dupuis), best love story in a TV show ever.
2. Who’s your current celebrity crush? Michael Fassbender.
3. What’s your favourite movie and how often have you seen it? (Again besides P&P) “The Princess Bride”, I watch it every Chritsmas Time.
4. What are on your room walls? Posters, photos, drawings…? One mirror and one crucifix I made for a schoolwork with clothes pegs.
5. If you could choose one supernatural gift, what would it be and how would you use it? Teleportation, I hate the inconveniences of travelling.
6. Is there a person that really annoys you? Too many!!! People who abuse other people or animals.
7. If your house was on fire, what would you safe first? (From your own posessions, your family members are safe) My PC.
OMG I’m so happy I found a page like this—not to mention still updated! The movie was years ago but I just started watching it a month ago, and I’m not lying, there wasn’t a day that I haven’t watched it. Even if I’m too busy or too tired, I’m like “I HAVE TO WATCH IT!” and everytime I do, it still feels like the first time I watched it—I’m still so engrossed with it :D there was even a time when I was sick that I watched it over and over for a whole day. I don’t know but there’s just a charm with it that you can never get tired of. The actors are so good, they are so perfect for the roles and I like Joe Wright’s take on it. I may be a loser about this but, I started reading my P&P book when I was 10 (I’m 21 now) I think, but I got so bored with it. But after watching this movie, it made me quickly finished reading the book and knocked my self why I hadn’t finish it before LOL and even now as a major fangirl, I research the filming, all the major characters’ biography, etc. and was so thrilled with the mixed up relationships some of them had xD
I just wonder why some people kept on comparing it to the 1995 miniseries. I mean come on, comparing a movie to a miniseries? Geez. But I’m thinking of watching it too though just to see it myself.
sorry for the lengthy post, actually I have more to say but, to sum up, I LOLOLOLOLOLOVEEE this movie. I will never EVER get tired of it.
A million THAKNS Georgina :) ! Your message is really rewarding.
Anonymous asked: (PS: thank you for you amazing blog. I'm obsessed by Pride and Prejudice, the book and the JoeWright's movie, and since I've discovered your blog yesterday, I've done nothing but spend hours going through it. Amazing work, really!)
Thank YOU sooo much, you´re very generous ♥.
Anonymous asked: Hi! I just wanted to suggest to that anon who asked about Darcy conveniently showing at the same place Lizzie does that in the book, in the second proposal scene, he clearly says to her that when his aunt reported to him what Elizabeth had said the night before, it gave him hope that her feelings had changed. So, it has always seemed to me that that morning, Darcy was walking to Longbourn to propose to her again. No coicidence at all, then :)