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They will hold their manhoods cheap, while we will have ours pinned to our thighs by one or more arrows. Take that, stupid English gentlemen a-bed!
War: It's Faaaantastic!
I saw this in History class last year! Could you picture a football coach saying that?
My dad made me watch this every year on St Crispin's Day when I was younger. Some people think I hate the French because I'm a Republican or because I'm some kind of super American redneck patriot, but no- I'm neither. It's simply because of Ken Branagh and Bill Shakespeare, every October 25th for almost a decade.
For Serfdom! Huzzah!
The challenge for an actor playing Henry: Does this man believe what he's saying, or is he just trying to convince his subjects to die for him?
Oooh, I can answer that! Everything about "Henry V" is about depicting the virtues a monarch should employ to deal with challenges. The challenge here is outnumbered and demoralized troops; the virtue is putting on a brave front so as to turn certain defeat into a chance of victory. Henry doesn't exactly believe what he says, but he's hoping it will be a self-fulfilling (and self-propelling) prophecy.

Billy the Poet

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man, that shakespeare fellow could write
and then he died of the shits.
And the battle that follows is even better than the speech.
One of the Bard's shittier, more jingoistic plays, directed and acted by a man who cannot keep his shirt on. This is the Rambo II of Shakespeare.

come on guys, this isn't very good at all
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