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Amanda Mathews almost 2 years ago
Sweet and fun, a great take on a classic story.
Earnshaw Jean Louise over 4 years ago
The real tragedy is this hideous and crappy film.
Devon over 4 years ago
Leo is such a babe .
Adam Connell over 5 years ago
It's bright and boisterous, but it still manages to tell the story effectively.
Fae almost 6 years ago
My mom got me to watch. It was good; a fantastic interpretation of the forbidden romance.
Jody Bradley almost 6 years ago
Can't watch this without crying! Love how it was filmed
georgie 6 years ago
a great interpretation of the classic - makes shakespeare likable for all.
Alexandra Sundarsingh 6 years ago
A cool interpretation of the classic romance. Makes it approachable in the modern age.
Ingrid 6 years ago
this is just really horrible...
Scarlette Wonderland 6 years ago
just fantastic
Peter Renshaw 6 years ago
brilliant modern adaption
Robyn Hamilton over 6 years ago
Flawless in every way- acting, staging, soundtrack. Chemistry between leads is palpable
Kakra over 6 years ago
5/10
John Mitchell over 6 years ago
Stunning in every aspect
Dylan Clites almost 7 years ago
Decent interpretation, if a little goofy at times with the modern setting.
Moriah Noel MacLaren almost 7 years ago
As a die hard Baz Luhrmann fan, it's no surprise I find this film extraordinary.
Nicholas Bosman almost 7 years ago
radio head ftw
Lucas Silva-Myles 7 years ago
One of the only productions where Skakespeare's words feels spoken from mouths not scripts
Don Lathrop 10 days ago
Giorgia 8 months ago
William Shakespeare's Romeo + Juliet is a 1996 film adaptation of William Shakespeare's romantic tragedy of the same name. It was directed by Australian Baz Luhrmann and stars Leonardo DiCaprio and Claire Danes in the leading roles. The film is an abridged modernization of Shakespeare's play. While it retains the original Shakespearean dialogue, the Montagues and the Capulets are represented as warring business empires and swords are replaced by guns (manufactured by 'Sword'). Some of the names were also changed. Lord and Lady Montague and Lord and Lady Capulet were given first names (as opposed to the Shakespeare original where their first names are never mentioned), Friar Lawrence became Father Lawrence, and Prince Escalus was renamed Captain Prince. Set in modern day, in the city of Verona Beach, the Capulets and the Montagues are arch-rivals. The animosity of the older generation—Fulgencio (Paul Sorvino) & Gloria Capulet (Diane Venora) and Ted (Brian Dennehy) & Caroline Montague ...
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