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Desc:Shakespeare's most lurid, violent, disreputable tragedy, filmed by Julie Taymor with Anthony Hopkins
Category:Horror, Crime
Tags:Shakespeare, Anthony Hopkins, Julie Taymor, Jessica Lange, inscestuous cannibalism
Submitted:John Holmes Motherfucker
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godot - 2013-03-14
I love this film but Julie Taymor's been a horrible disappointment ever since - I had hopes she'd rise to Greenaway stature in my personal canon.
John Holmes Motherfucker - 2013-03-14
Say, how about that Prospero's Books? I read a review that said "You won't be looking at your watch; you'll be checking your pulse.", but I felt like it blew a church door out the back of my head.

Boxhead - 2013-03-14
When the discussion over Whedon's Shakespeare was occurring, this is exactly the movie I was thinking of.

I only hope that Breaking Bad as a greek tragedy can end with half the gusto Titus did. The last scene in this movie raised goosebumps for me.
chumbucket - 2013-03-14
Hopkins, perfect.
il fiore bel - 2013-03-14
Happy (meat) pi day!
dementomstie - 2013-03-15
Take them, just, here, they're yours.

John Holmes Motherfucker - 2013-03-14
What extravagant revenge! He tells the murdering princes what he's going to do with their bodies, in detail... and then, he cuts their throats. Revenge is an ignoble motive, and a revenge play is an ignoble play, a guilty pleasure at the very least. No wonder bardolators were trying to deny Shakespeare's authorship, at least for much of the early 20th century.
thirteen3seven - 2013-03-14
The best Shakespeare play, and the best Shakespeare adaptation.
John Holmes Motherfucker - 2013-03-15
I don't agree that it's the best Shakespeare play, not at all, but the fact that you think so somehow convinces me that you are an awesome motherfucker.

Gmork - 2013-03-15
I guess that makes me awesome as well. I preferred his hamfisted first play to any other he's done.

Gmork - 2013-03-15
would anyone be surprised if I said I preferred Proust?

cognitivedissonance - 2013-03-15
This play was the high point of my initial failed attempt to become an English major. Everything was going great until the Histories semester.

This is why I have an art degree.
Mr. Bad Example - 2013-03-15
I love this play so much, and this is the best version of it I've ever seen.
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