Of course I saw Onegin! And I like it! Yes, it has flaws, but they relate only to design and mismatch of music early 19th century.
As far as typecasting, playing the actors and the atmosphere - it's great. The movie is made with love, in the "Russian spirit". Onegin, played by Ralph gained the depth and scope, it seemed that he did not communicate with other characters, actors and... talk with you. In my opinion, even among Russian actors no one would be better in this role as he. His Onegin is cold, self-love, pathos... and at the end of the movie madly in love. Just excellent! I was impressed. Ralph is best Onegin! Liv Tyler is a very beautiful actress. And in this movie played very well. She's a real Tatiana. Such a timid, constrained and young early in the film. And such a lovely, already more liberated in that period when she falls in love with Onegin.
Watching this film, I even took to re-read Onegin. And I realized what really is unfortunate: the fact that Ralph read and understand it only in translation. Pushkin was indeed a genius, he wrote the great works of stunning style, which can’t be transferred nor any translation. It's like for the Russian - Shakespeare. Who do not speak English perfectly (like me, for example) will never be able to assess the great English classic to the end.
P.S.By the way, pardon me my English...