Emma is generally a rich girl living in the Regency era (the early 1900's), who fancies she's a good matchmaker. She takes in Harriet Smith, a girl who isn't quite in a good position in society and attempts to match her with a good husband, but in doing so, Emma is keeping Harriet from her true love and preventing her happiness in marriage. And throughout the movie Emma slowly realizes this, and in the process she finds that she herself must understand true love.
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The review of this Movie prepared by Louriz R. Manuel
This movie is basicaly about a girl named Emma, who is trying to grow up and act as a matchmaker. Little does she know about her own feelings and how to handle them. I think that this is a wonderful movie!
The review of this Movie prepared by Jenifer Renae
Emma is a wealthy only child who plays matchmaker in nineteenth century England. She sets up a poor, unknown girl three times until she realizes how good intentions can go awry and the pain of unreciprocated love.
The review of this Movie prepared by Brittney
Jane Austen's timeless classic to silver screen. This adaptation compressed the lengthy novel into a concise,witty and upbeat narrative satire. Without losing the essence of the oringal.Emma Woodhouse tried to matchmake friends around her.
The review of this Movie prepared by Jenny