February 12, 2007

Dracula Adaptation a Bloody Mess

Seems everyone agrees that last night's Masterpiece Theater production of Dracula was a bust. Luckily I arrived home late and missed it anyway. Can you imagine anything worse than the beautiful but dreadful Francis Ford Coppola adaptation? --Kim


  1. Anonymous8:53 AM

    I disagree but I'm also not a purist. I didn't mind the liberties they took because I felt the quiddity of the story remained.

    Now the recent airing of Jane Eyre was an anathema. Vapid to an accursed degree. Couldn't watch it.

  2. I haven't watched it yet, so I'll reserve judgment...but since I loved Jane Eyre, I'm not sure I'll be ultimately siding with leazwell or not...once i get through a batch of infernal deadlines later this week I will treat myself with a viewing party. -- amy

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