The 19th Wife (2010)

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Fundamentalist sect member BeckyLyn is accused of killing her husband. Queenie, another wife in the polygamist sect, doesn't believe BeckyLyn is capable of such violence and desperate to prove her innocence reaches out to her excommunicated son Jordan for help in freeing his mother.
Barbara Gates Wilson as Elizabeth
David Brown as Mr. Heber (as Dave Brown)
Karl Pruner as Sawyer Scott
Alexia Fast as Five
Lara Jean Chorostecki as Ann Eliza
Sarain Boylan as Desert Missy
Patrick Garrow as The Prophet
Patricia Wettig as BeckyLyn
Jeff Hephner as Hiram
Chyler Leigh as Queenie
John Bourgeois as Brigham Young
Matt Czuchry as Jordan
Brian Jensen as Cop
Justin Michael Carriere as Gilbert Webb (as Justin Michael Carrier)
Peter Strand Rumpel as Chauncey
Brian Copping as Judge Hagan
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I saw it today. I really liked it. Rachel McAdams and Eric Bana were both very good. I never read the book, so I don't know how true to it the movie was, but I really liked the story. I'm curious to see the dvd to see delete scenes... I wish they'd kept every scene they deleted... I wished it wouldn't end.


I waited years for this movie to come out... YEARS! And as much as I wanted to LOVE it, I was sort of let down. :( I'm a HUGE fan of the book, so of course I had high expectations. I know that movies never do books justice, but I figured that since they had Eric Bana & Rachel McAdams, they could do no wrong. But I guess actors can't carry the weight of the entire movie on their shoulders alone... I don't know, maybe it was the awful score or the so-so directing, but there was something lacking in the movie. Don't get me wrong, Bana & McAdams were totally believable as Henry & Clare, but again... it's impossible to put the weight of the entire movie on them. I do know that the secondary characters did not play as big a role as they all should have, because in order to fully know the complexity of Clare & Henry you must know the other characters as well... There were some heart wrenching moments that got the waterworks going... But over all, I'd give the movie a C+, B- at best.


I read the book several years ago. My wife has not. I have been looking forward to seeing the film even though I'm usually disappointed when I have read the book first. This was not the case with this film. I think it is a very good story even with events and character development that was not included. Unless your heart has turned to stone, this story will touch you. My wife says to take tissue.


This movie has a really amazing and romantic love story. Eric Bana and Rachel Mcadams are really cute together and they have great chemistry. As far as the story line, I didn't like certain things, but the chemistry between the two actors was so good that I enjoyed the movie just because of them. Overall, the acting was amazing, the cinematography was good, and the storyline was okay. I believe this is a movie for all ages, although kids might not understand the significance of it. All in all this was an amazing movie, and it's a must see.


Yes I read the book and, no, the movie does not live up to the book. It irks me to no end when people complain that a movie does not have every scene or thought found in the book. Unless you want to spend 4-6 hours in the theater then you have to expect that any movie based on a book is going to be missing some items folks. They have to cut stuff out. If movies are to long then people complain about that. Enough said, now let's get to the movie itself. That being said, I felt that the movie version of Henry & Claire's love story was well done. True some things could have been better. But I came out of the theater feeling that my money had been well spent and how many movies can you say that about these days? Plus I took my 18 year old daughter with me, who originally did NOT want to go see this movie, and she LOVED it. I will say that my daughter guessed the ending well before I thought she would. Bana and McAdams were great and convincing. Do yourself a favor and go!

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