Sense & Sensibility


Action / Comedy / Drama

IMDb Rating 4.9/10 10 652 652


Top cast

Bethany Antonia as Marianne
Dan Jeannotte as Edward Ferrars
Victor Hugo as John Willoughby
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773.54 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 24 min
Seeds 12
1.55 GB
English 5.1
23.976 fps
1 hr 24 min
Seeds 13

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by beegeebright 6 / 10

It is too bad really...

I really, really wanted to like this movie and I tried but there are just too many things wrong. Not the casting. I actually thought the acting was quite good with the exception of Willoughby. I would have switched the actor from Willoughby to Brandon and vice versa

Dan Jeannotte couldn't shave for this movie? That kind of historical inaccuracy is unforgivable. They know better. The dresses were too thick. Too brightly colored and generally too flashy. I think the poor Dashwood sisters would not have such jewelry or clothes. And their home was much too grand.

It would have still been so, so much better with an all black cast. Next time please do it that way.

Reviewed by rdubz-23518 6 / 10


This doesn't need to be compared to other versions, since it's Hallmark, that comes with a...hmm, stigma maybe? In other words, you know what you're getting.

As someone who loves Austen, I really liked this. The leads were great, particularly Elinor and Edward; some of the dialogue felt a bit modern if that makes sense, in that I didn't feel like it came directly from that era. But I feel like in general, most period pieces don't get it right 100% of the time.

Bottom line is, don't pay attention to the reviews or the ratings, whether you're a newbie or an Austen devotee. Just watch it for yourself and see what you think! Solid 6/10.

Reviewed by cgvsluis 4 / 10

I highly recommend that you pick up the book instead.

I adore Jane Austen and I found this to be my least favorite of the four Austen inspired Hallmark 2024 Love-uary offerings. I went in with an open mind and while I appreciated a more true to the story telling of Sense and Sensibility, I feel like they didn't have the time to do it justice. I continually found myself thinking of the 1995 Ang Lee version and comparing actors. The other thoughts I had were around the casting choices made by Hallmark's Mahogany and how in the time of Bridgerton this seemed really unnecessary and at times inappropriate.

When the casting takes you away from the story, I think you have let your audience down. Especially if the goal is to introduce a wonderful story to a new audience.

The Jane Austen story that this attempts to tell is that of the Dashwood sisters (two in particular) who are displaced from their family estate when their father passes away leaving their half brother to inherit everything. Left destitute thanks to their brother not fulfilling his promise of seeing to his step-mother and three step-sisters, in part thanks to his greedy social climbing wife who has his ear, the Dashwood women end up in a modest dwelling on a distant cousin's property.

Elinore , the eldest Dashwood sister, falls hard for her sister-in-law's half brother, who is believed to be quite above her station in her current position. While Marianne, the younger and more romantic sister, is dreaming of the dashing and Devil may care Willoughby, all while a certain Colonel Brandon is watching from the sideline.

It is a lovely story that I encourage you to pick up and read...I am just not sure I can endorse this film, through no real fault of the actors. And while I appreciate the attempt to breathe new life into a classic story, I think this falls short of doing said story justice. Not a recommendation to my fellow romantics.

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