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Emma review

Emma's candy coloured cinematography and costumes contribute to the playful and light tone of the comedy that is as delightful as a strawberry bon-bon.

Alexa Sambrook, The Student Newspaper, 13th March 2020

Emma review

Autumn de Wilde's adaptation ramps up the comedy, but Anya Taylor-Joy remains wonderfully edgy as Jane Austen's meddling heroine.

Mark Kermode, The Observer, 16th February 2020

Review: Emma

All in all, this feels like an opportunity missed, a waste of talent and potential.

Susan Singfield, Bouquets & Brickbats, 15th February 2020

Respectful new take on Emma is Austen powered

A new adaptation of 19th-century literary classic Emma is fresh, smart and a visual feast - even with the surprise bum flashes.

Graeme Virtue, The Big Issue, 14th February 2020

Emma review - sweetness, spite and bared bottoms

Anya Taylor-Joy revels in the role of the handsome, clever heroine with a sadistic streak in this amiable adaptation of Jane Austen's great romcom

Peter Bradshaw, The Guardian, 14th February 2020

Emma review

This is a truly sumptuous-looking film (whether the sumptuousness includes one entirely gratuitous shot of Johnny Flynn in the altogether, you'll have to decide for yourself).

Brian Viner, Daily Mail, 14th February 2020

The cast of Emma on the books that changed their lives

Crushes on Peter Pan, rewilding the British countryside and understanding society - Emma stars Anya Taylor-Joy, Johnny Flynn, Mia Goth and Callum Turner, plus director Autumn de Wilde on the books they love.

The Big Issue, 14th February 2020

Emma review

Full of charm, a welcome dose of humour and packed with a stellar cast, director Autumn de Wilde has brought Jane Austen's Emma back to life in a brand-new adaptation of the much-loved novel.

Olivia Hill, The Digital Fix, 13th February 2020

Review: Emma

Tonally iffy but gorgeous and well-performed Austen adaptation.

Emma Simmonds, The List, 10th February 2020

Review: Emma

A sumptuous Emma... and she looks like she's a bit of a handful.

Brian Viner, Daily Mail, 5th February 2020

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