Pride & Prejudice was enjoyable, mostly because of Keira Knightly. The other actors, while adequate, didn't particularly stand out, except for perhaps Judi Dench, who did a nice coldly intimidating and controlling Lady Catherine de Bourg. I was underwhelmed by Matthew Macfadyen as Mr. Darcy; Colin Firth he ain't. While Firth's Mr. Darcy pulled off sexy with aplomb, building his appeal from the character's arrogance and pride, I couldn't bring myself to go ga-ga over Macfadyen's portrayal. His Mr. Darcy just came off as unlikable and awkward, which pretty much kills the romance aspect.
Still, Keira Knightly is adorable.
- The May Apex Online is now live with my featured writer interview and "Only Springtime When She's Gone" for reading perusal/pleasure.
- Did a final editing pass on the freelance project and sent it off.
- 1000 on a nonfiction article I pitched to an editor. I'm querying and pitching. Big, grown-up freelance writer me.
- Payment for my last freelance gig. Huzzah! That was nicely speedy.
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