Romeo and Juliet

Romeo and Juliet

Orlando Bloom and Condola Rashad take on the title characters in a modern adaptation of the timeless classic, Romeo and Juliet. This Broadway stage production is being broadcast in movie theaters.

Set in Verona| Italy| this is the story of two star-crossed lovers. The Capulets and the Montagues have been engaged in an ancient feud that has been lost to time.
However| when Romeo of the house of Montague and Juliet of the house of Capulet meet and fall in love| nothing can stop them from being together| not even death. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Calvin C (fr) wrote: Warren Beatty's first film in 13 years and first directorial effort in 18 years is a romantic comedy set during the time of Howard Hughes in his later years. The movie is mixed bag with a lot of things that work and a lot of things that don't. The editing and story are all over the place and Beatty has trouble pacing the movie. It tries to be two things at once, but struggles at both of them. But, the performances are great, including Beatty, who plays the reclusive Hughes. It may not be Beatty's best work in front or behind the camera, but it is nice to see him back on the big screen.Grade: B-

Bradley D (us) wrote: This was ok but I barely remember seeing it. The story was ok and the action was ok too. Watch it but don't expect a lot.

Char M (au) wrote: This wasnt a bad film. It was a bit boring but ok. Bit nothingie bit of romance bit of lafter. no suprises.

Heather M (jp) wrote: This story was all over the place and I am unclear on what the message was. Was it supposed to gross you out with all the sexual weirdness between human and chimpanzee? Or was it a PSA against using drugs? Or was it about animal testing and cruelty to animals?

Paddy I (kr) wrote: "The King of Escape" has no MPAA rating, so I'm including this Parental Warning: This movie contains several scenes of graphic sex between 2 men, and between the 40-year old male lead and the 16 year-old female lead. My personal opinion is that it would be rated "NC-17" if it were made in the U.S. Children should not be exposed to this movie and (here comes the review!) in my opinion, neither should adults. The movie is composed of one scene after another of people engaging in gross behavior, with no moral compass whatsoever. The title seems to refer to the fact that the protagonist escapes the consequences of his many legal and ethical violations - but does end up being tortured as a result of a single act of kindness he performs. I guess the lesson of the movie would be "Do whatever you want, and never help anybody".

James P (us) wrote: A lot better than what I thought it would be.

Jess H (kr) wrote: So emotionally contained but internally explosive, A movie that really makes you feel nostalgic about things that never happened...Excellent screenplay and acting.

Kevin L (fr) wrote: A snapshot into the motivations and and hardships of a columbian drug mule. It's not flashy and doesn't grandstand, which is what I liked most about it. Very real and very interesting, I definitely learned a thing or two.

Keith P (mx) wrote: Took me 6yrs to track down a dvd of this film. High Fliers dist. took it up in 2008 for the UK markets, but still incredibly difficult to source a copy of. It's never been on TV either. A wonderful film.

James H (ca) wrote: Strictly routine horror thriller, very predictable. There are some major plot holes, but it isn't without some suspenseful moments. Kelly McGillis is pretty good.

Collin M (kr) wrote: Wait...Wes Craven directed this?

Glenn C (jp) wrote: There is no doubt that Damien Oliver's Melbourne Cup win in 2002 ranks amongst the greatest sporting achievements in our nation's history. I am not a fan of horse racing and I have no interest in it whatsoever... therefore it is always to a film's credit if I take a vested interest. There are a lot of flaws with the film... it's clunky. Too much attention is given to insignificant details (the Arabs in particular) and some characters are majorly miscast (Bill Hunter as Bart Cummings?). But what bothered me the most was the inserts of media coverage... the movie is packed with actual Melbourne journalists recreating their own coverage but it seems too forced, like they're reading off from the script. I don't see why their actual 2002 footage couldn't be used.... ANYHOW, with all of it's faults, the movie still manages to work. The horse racing is ultimately irrelevant as it's simply a story of courage and strength. Director Simon Wincer has returned from years of Hollywood mediocracy with something half decent. The Cup is reminiscent of his early film Phar Lap and it's a romantic portrayal of a national hero. I was left with the warm-fuzzies at the end and I felt uplifted. I guess that means the movie was good. lol

Jason A (it) wrote: Funniest documentary I have ever seen!

Ja S (fr) wrote: mali film. dogodi se da zaboravite. ako ste ga gledali u pogresno vreme. ali nije zgoreg ponoviti. u pravo:)

Mike C (it) wrote: What a title, eh? As one with a great affinity for the opposite sex, I thought I could appreciate a movie based on that very feeling. At one point headed for a 9/10 rating, it held on for a 7/10. French movies are often very artsy and can be pretentious. This one was a little better. The story revolves around a man who decides to write a book about his many lovers. Many movies have involved books and many have failed because the writing is poor. That is not the case here as the writing is supreme. The Diving Bell and the Butterfly is another great French film that used great writing. The first strike is the character who goes to prison (I forget her name). The story was rolling along wonderfully to this point but definitely started to drag from there on out (about the last 70 minutes). It does pick back up once or twice, but it's never the same. Similarly, it hits a slow spot late in the movie though I can forgive that because she proves to be a major component of the story. Regardless, great title and great idea for a movie. It doesn't hurt that many French women are shown in dresses while walking in high heels. I'm no foot fetishist but it does make for fine art and the way he describes it in his book is strengthened by the visual accompaniment. The problem is it just drags on too long at two hours, and some of the characters are far less interesting than others.

Mark J (de) wrote: Most of the storylines did not get resolved. The beginning was too long and the end was anticlimactic. I enjoyed a lot of the middle and thought that this film had a lot of potential but felt unfinished. But the characters were great as well as some of the dance scenes and songs. I don't really know where that leaves me so i'll just give it a 2.5/5.

JohnnyLee T (us) wrote: Be warned: the night train doesn't appear until nearly an hour in! Naunton Wayne as cricket-loving Caldicott and Basil Radford as golf-playing Charters steal the movie! Shame fake outdoor sets give film an amateurish air (but it was wartime).

Greg G (fr) wrote: Couldnt stop cracking up! Just so funny, funnier than I remembered it

Dylan R (it) wrote: Very good casting, very good acting, and of course, a very very powerful story. A great film for all sports movie fans.

John B (ag) wrote: At the end of the silent era, we have this gem to bring it to a close. Speedy uses the genre to its fullest impact by giving us plenty of interesting visuals and an entertaining plot line.