Sharon Lathan

Sharon Lathan is the best-selling author of The Darcy Saga, a ten-volume sequel series to Jane Austen’s Pride & Prejudice.

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Reposting my comment about this film here (sorry for posting this in the wrong entry, Sharon)…to try to atone for posting it in the wrong place, lol.


I saw this movie twice and I loved and enjoyed it. Of course, I still personally prefer P&P movie though if I have to pick between these 2 brilliant films as P&P was just classic and MM is on it plus KK was seen more in P&P (as she played the main lead character, unlike Atonement).


I saw this movie on Friday and I LOVED it!!! I loved the book when I read it and I love the movie even more! Everything I was hoping it would be and more. Go see it if you haven’t already!


Well my daughter and I finally plucked up the courage to watch Atonement at the cinema. I had my tissues in hand at the ready.

I usually go to the cinema to watch a movie that will uplift my spirits whether it be romance or comedy. I don’t usually go out of my way to cry at the cinema. But after all the glowing reports and clips I’d seen. Not to mention the Joe Wright and Keira combination and James McAvoy. Put all these things together and it spurred us on the watch it. We were not dissappointed. Joe Wright is a genius. IMO his creativity made the movie. The movie uplifted me in a different way. The genius behind the whole production is excellent.

James McAvoy did a superb job in his role. He made me cry a few times throughout. After your glowing review Sharon we hurried along to the cinema before it left the big screen. We are so glad we went. It is well worth watching. No doubts that I’d love to see it again. We were captivated all the way through.

I totally understand your daughter’s love of James McAvoy. Everything I’ve seen him in so far is excellent. He has a great screen presence, gorgeous eyes and is very cute to boot.

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so sharon…like this movie much? haha still have not gotten to see it but I shall do so now for sure!

Ninja Elizabeth

I saw it opening day in the states… Dec 7… and I completely agree with you. It is a movie that is better not to know anything! or as little as possible going in.

I loved the film. I think it’s one of the best I’ve seen in a very long time…


Thanks for not posting spoilers Sharon. This is a movie that I am hoping to see – if it comes to a theatre near me and if not, I will have to wait for the DVD 🙁

I totally agree with you – James McAvoy is going to be a *really* big deal very soon and it is well deserved because he is outstanding.


Glad to hear you enjoyed the movie. My daughter and I really want to see it, but keep putting it off for fear it may be too depressing. I hope we can pluck up the courage this weekend and watch it.

I did tell my daughter about your glowing report, so now we are more determined than ever to catch it before it leaves the big screen. Even if we have to shed a tear or two. Maybe we can watch Enchanted again to cheer up afterwards. Or even seven dresses which a friend informed me was very good.
TSBO devotee


Sharon, you have me drooling to see this movie! I will be there for the first showing on Tuesday so I can revel in Joe Wright’s mastery of moviemaking! It is a shame, we already knew what he could do before anyone else even realized it! 🙂 I would be there tomorrow, but I have my beloved Sean spending the night since he has no school on Mondays…darnit!

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