A Mr Darcy Fanclub
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October 20th, 2007
queensjoy @ : 65 Fabulous Quotes Part III
After another long gap @ ogeecons, here is another installment of my fabulous quotes series. This set is all quotes from movies I love!!
 Bridget Jones's Diary (2001)
 Center Stage (2000)
 Bride and Prejudice (2004) and Bend it Like Beckham (2002)
 Emma (1996)
 The History Boys (2006)
 Ideal Husband (1999)
 The Lion in Winter (1968)
 The Mummy (1999) and The Mummy Returns (2001)
 The Princess Bride (1987)
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( Where is all this stuff written?!... )
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redcoast @ : __recapitulate_ is a new community I'm starting to host the recaps I've written of various movies. The first recap of Pride and Prejudice (1995 mini-series) is up! Go read it!
Quotage: "Bingley and Jane dance. Bingley smiles at Darcy, standing on the sidelines. Darcy smiles indulgently back and rolls his eyes. Well, I say he smiles back, but you must understand that Colin Firth, as Darcy, never actually moves any facial muscles. It’s as if Colin Firth was like, “Hmm, I wonder if I can go the entire mini-series without ever changing my facial expression. At all.” For some reason, though, every emotion clearly shows through. It’s very strange. He has the most expressive unexpressive face I’ve ever seen."
August 19th, 2005
smartpopbooks @ : This hopefully qualifies as being at least tangentially related to Mr. Darcy!
Hi all-- I work for a book publisher called BenBella Books, and I wanted to pop by and let you guys know about a book we've got coming out on Pride and Prejudice called Flirting with Pride and Prejudice.
It’s edited by Jennifer Crusie, and includes essays by some of the top chick-lit authors writing, including Michelle Cunnah, Jennifer O’Connell and Beth Kendrick, as well bestselling fantasy author Mercedes Lackey, Regency romance author Elisabeth Fairchild, Jane Austen Book Club author Karen Joy Fowler and many others. It also, more to the point, includes a couple of essays on the man himself, Mr. Darcy.
( more info under here!Collapse )
You can order straight from us here, or, of course, there’s always Amazon.com—or your local bookstore.
Also, if you go to our new Web site, smartpopbooks.com, there’s a preview of Crusie’s introduction and a couple of the essays, in case you want to try before you buy!
Thanks for letting me intrude. :)
June 28th, 2005