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Romeo and Juliet
Like Franco Zeffirelli's adaptation of Shakespeare's tragedy, this film uses the traditional setting of Renaissance Verona,  but, unlike previous major film adaptations, only follows the plot and uses only some of the dialogue as written by Shakespeare. This has led to several critics denouncing the film's advertising as misleading and losing the essence of the play. During the late Middle Ages in Verona , two wealthy families, the Montagues and Capulets, have been feuding for centuries. One day at the market place, the feuding families start a brawl which infuriates the Prince and he threatens that if the peace of Verona is disturbed again, he shall take their lives. Meanwhile, Romeo , a young Montague, reveals that he is in love with Lord Capulet 's niece, Rosaline. Romeo's cousin, Benvolio persuades him to forget Rosaline but Romeo rebuffs him. Later that night, there is a party held by Lord Capulet.
We all know the story of Romeo and Juliet, but there is a new movie coming to town! This adaptation is told in the lush traditional setting it was written, but gives a new generation the chance to fall in love with the enduring legend. Every generation deserves to discover this lasting love.
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And so the prince has called a tournament to keep the battle from the city streets. Now rival Capulets and Montagues, they try their strength to gain the royal ring. And so I bid you all enjoy the day. Juliet, please. My lady and my lord will soon be home with news of the tournament. Then hurry, nurse. Why do you dally so?
Most fans or critics fall off their respective sides of blind devotion to the story or disenchanted skepticism that such love could ever even pretend to happen. It is very difficult to get the romance and the tragedy right so that a production has serious feeling. The latest offering in limited release starting today fares no better than most. This production caught my eye with the early announcement that Hailee Steinfeld of True Grit magnificence had been cast as Juliet. This did not appear to be a glib or obvious choice and boded well for a thoughtful production. How she as a handsome Juliet would play against the all-too-pretty Douglas Booth as Romeo was intriguing.
The cinematic adaptation of Romeo and Juliet got a few things right, but it mostly missed the mark. Just so you know, spoilers abound. Just you wait. As soon as the film opens, it becomes obvious they changed the prologue. Yes, one of the most famous prologues of all time … altered for no discernable reason. Surely this is an aberrance.