Romantic Spotlight on Film | John and Jane Clayton from 'The Legend of Tarzan'



THE FILM: The Legend of Tarzan (2016)
THE PAIRING: John Clayton (Alexander Skarsgård) and Jane (Porter) Clayton (Margot Robbie)
THE MOMENT: The Reunion

This past week, I took advantage of the DVD release of The Legend of Tarzan, and bought a copy. As I hit the play button on my remote, I anticipated good things, but a sliver of doubt lingered. How would the script spin its wild hero, Tarzan? Would his wildness be a strength or barrier to character development? It was with this trepidation that I settled in to discover what was to come of this re-imagining.



Fortunately, this turned out to be one of the most memorable films I’ve seen in 2016! To be fair, I’ll confess part of its appeal is the beautiful romance. The Legend of Tarzan tells the story of Tarzan, who meets and falls in love with Jane Clayton, an American raised in the jungle where her father taught English. Read this Article in its entirety on Silver Petticoat Review →

In the meantime, enjoy this look at the romantic moment between John and Jane!

The Love Story of John and Jane Clayton (Spoilers)




The Romantic Moment




If you've seen this romantic period drama, let me know what you thought. Of it as an entire production, this moment or anything. Comment down below with all those feels, good or bad!

Photos: WB

This article first appeared on Silver Petticoat Review.
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  1. I love it when romance is shown through what characters do instead of dialogue that may or may not be fitting. I will have to see this sonetime soon!!

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    1. Me too, Rebeka. This one really doesn't have any one standout moment in terms of dialogue, but the emotions speak VOLUMES! So glad to see you over here. :) Thanks for visiting.

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  2. I... will basically watch anything that Alexander Skarsgård is in. ANYTHING. And a romance? YES. PLEASE. I know there is more to this than that but... yeah, I love him hahha. I don't want to read the spoiler part, because I DO want to see this, so I am SOOO glad to hear that you enjoyed it. Definitely on my list to watch!

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    1. YAY! Hope you enjoy, Shannon. I was really impressed especially considering I had such "ho-hum" feelings early on. Let me know what you think - and I'm 99% sure you'll like Alexander in this. ;)

      Thanks for visiting!

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