William Shakespeare

Jun 20 2013

Much Ado About Nothing

William Shakespeare. Joss Whedon. Two masters of the English language. One, a man whose scripts and quirky neologisms have permeated the language of the world at large… and the other one’s William Shakespeare, of which not much new can be said. Suffice it to say that a meeting of the minds was certainly inevitable, and […]
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Feb 17 2012

Coriolanus

(This review was originally published on February 17, 2012 at Reel Film News) ‘A place calling itself Rome’ looks a lot more like war-torn Serbia in “Coriolanus”, Ralph Fiennes’ version of the politically charged Shakespeare tragedy. Not as much an update of the play as an application of the script to a more relatable era […]
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