Anna Karenina

By FMBTPREFER2
Written September 01, 2014
Movie is very artsy changing between the stage and reality. That proves a bit confusing at first. It is beautifully filmed, but the chemistry between Anna and the Count is flat. Jude Law is excellent as the long suffering husband.
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See It Again For the First Time!

By jaybels1
Written October 27, 2014
If you think you've seen "Anna Karenina" before -- or read the book -- you'll be surprised at what you see in this version. It's a berautifully directed/acted piece, worth seeing if only for the spectacular production values, costumes and sets. A masterpiece of editing! Not a Kiera fan, but she's brilliant here, as is Jude Law and Aaron Johnson. Haven't spoken to anyone who didn't find something magnificent about the film!
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Absolutely Awful!

By Fern123
Written November 28, 2014
This movie was so ridiculously awful that is was almost comical. We would have walked out if we didn’t have to make everyone in our row get up.
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Anna Kareniina - Not Enough of a Movie

By bwayopera_buff
Written October 21, 2014
While Anna Karenina was visually stunning, the entire movie seemed disjointed. Keira Knightley and the rest of the cast performed beautifully, but I think the filmakers made a big mistake in making this movie only 2 1/2 hours long. The Leo Tolstoy book is over 800 pages and it seems like a lot was left out that would have developed the characters better and made the plot less confusing.
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Terrible film adaptation of a great Tolstoy novel

By tony_kenney1971
Written September 24, 2014
Turn back! Run away! Go see a hobit or a british special agent or a vampire. Do not waste any money on this film. I don't think I am "enlightened" enough to appreciate a movie, within a play, within a musical, within a nightmare, but this story is nothing like what we expected. This is a tremendous novel; why they chose to make it a film in this way is baffling. It confuses everyrhing about the novel and only distracts from what could have been an outstanding cast. If it is not the random tuba player that interjects himself into the scene, it is the blindingly stupid scenes involving ink stamping and coat changes. I do love movies and pride myself on the fact that I must stay to watch a film unitl its' end no matter how bad (although Punch Drunk Love was the exception) but AK certainily tested my will. Good Luck if you choose to drop the $10+. Remember, you were forwarned.
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