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Macbeth Down Under, Now With 100% More Drugs

4
Geoffrey Wright’s Macbeth is likely the single most unpretentious Shakespeare film you will ever see. At no point does...
 
 
Orson Welles's Film Noir

5
Orson Welles’s 1952 Othello is one of the lesser-known of Shakespeare films, partly due to its chequered history. Made...
 
 
Stewart is Sublime in Goold's Gory Show

4
It is always difficult to return to a play when your last experience of it was truly horrendous: such...
 
 
Mirren and Palmer Shine but This Dream Lacks Magic

3
Today it is difficult to imagine a production in which Robert Lindsay, Helen Mirren, Phil Daniels and Geoffrey Palmer...
 
 
A Highly Enchanting Dream in Hi-Def

4
It's been a long time coming. The age of Shakespeare has now entered today's world of high definition and...
 
 
Branagh's Long-Awaited Pomp is a Proud Display of the Bard's Circumstance

5
Opinions vary about how well Branagh’s somewhat pompous film version of Hamlet works. Like virtually every production of Shakespeare,...
 
 
Richard Burton's Hamlet (1964)

4
As great an actor as Richard Burton is —and he is among the greatest — the single most distinctive feature...
 
 
Much Ado About Nothing (Branagh)

5
An all-star cast helps Kenneth Branagh make this film one of the best and most accessible Shakespeare films ever...
 
 
 
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