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Drama | Family
Frame Rate:
25 fps
English 2.0  
Run Time:
90 min
IMDB Rating:
6.4 / 10 
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Directors: John Kent Harrison [Director] ,

Movie Description:
A retelling of L.M. Montgomery's story of Anne Shirley, an orphan who is accidentally sent to a couple looking to adopt a boy instead


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Lovely and pure

I seriously don't understand all these critical reviews. It's not a tv series, obviously it cannot contain all the threads and details. It's just a movie, perfect for a lazy Sunday afternoon - and it doesn't pretend to be anything else. Moreover, it's a really decent piece of movie, with a very fine acting, proper dose of credibility and a spark of beauty. I watched it with a smile on my face and cried at the end - just as if I was a little girl reading this novel for the first time.


I'm someone who has favorites. If this remake were as good as the Megan Follows 1980s Canadian version I'd rate it better. But it falls completely short - its execution & performance are either flat or overdone (or simultaneous at times), & therefore BORING & annoying. Hated this one! The Megan Follows version is scripted somewhat differently than this one but performed and directed WONDERFULLY. They're worlds apart in quality cinema. Watch that one and compare to this. I happened to catch this on TV because they're playing it for Xmas time. I wish they'd just play my favorite one instead. This one may be good for families and kids who are growing up today & haven't seen Anne Of Green Gables before, I'm sure it's enjoyable enough (despite hammy acting). But for those of us who came of age when this was first featured on PBS Masterpiece Theatre, this new 2016 version a downright disappointment...& sadly very much in keeping with what's being created in American film these days.

Wrong,all is wrong and stupid

This adaptacion of 2016 really sucks. Gilbert has blonde hair, Diana has blonde hair Mr. Philips has blonde hair.. Wrong! The all have black hair, in this adaptation they say that there was a king, Wrong! There was queen Victoria. They said that all the girls hated Gilbert, Wrong! They don't wanted Anne to stay near him because they were jelause of her "friendship" with him and all the girls loved him, especially Ruby.Seriusly, I could make a list of all the things that were awfull,stupid and wrong! Did they even TRIED to read the book or at least did they knew what Montgomery's book was about? Nah.. lazy acting and movie production. This adaptation is horrible, the 2017 adaptation is the best. This is TRASH compared to the 2017 one.
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