Wuthering Heights
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Leave it to MTV to cook up a musical version of Emily Brontė's brooding 19th century British novel Wuthering Heights, updated to the 21st century and relocated to Southern California. This time around, the kindly Mr. Earnshaw (John Doe), father of spoiled-rotten Cate (not Cathy) and Hendrix (not Hindley) Earnshaw, lives in a reconverted lighthouse which he has christened Wuthering Heights. One day, Earnshaw brings home an abandoned child named Heath (not Heathcliff), whom he semi-adopts, much to the dismay of his natural son, Hendrix, but to the delight of the willful Cate. Upon reaching… More

Critic Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes

"What looked like a good idea in ROMEO+JULIET - transporting classic literature into modern setting - turns into monstrosity in WUTHERING HEIGHTS."
‑ Dragan Antulov, Draxblog Movie Reviews
"The celluloid equivalent of a good, thorough flogging."
‑ Walter Chaw, Film Freak Central
"A self-indulgent vehicle that forces the viewer to sympathize with insipid, stupid characters only by pinning them up against even more despicable and vacuous ones."
‑ Derek Smith, Apollo Guide
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