romeo and juliet

Discussion in 'Movies' started by kjhippielove88, Dec 30, 2004.

  1. kjhippielove88

    kjhippielove88 color + rhyme

    does anyone else love this movie?
     
  2. Do you mean the recent Baz Luhrman one? Because I LOVE that movie too!! I finally got some money (x-mas money) and went out and bought it so I don't have to rent it all the time anymore! GREAT movie. Baz is an awesome director. I mean, he's the guy that created Moulin Rouge!
     
  3. kjhippielove88

    kjhippielove88 color + rhyme

    nope im talking about the version with leo dicaprio and claire danes
     
  4. jen910

    jen910 Senior Member

    It's one of my favorite movies. It's a beautiful yet kind of depressing story.
     
  5. 8footsativa_chik

    8footsativa_chik Waka Chang-Chang

    the first time i saw this movie was when i was really young and i didnt have a clue what the hell anyone was saying, then i saw it again this year, and i thought it was very well filmed and all that, it was quite good.
     
  6. atropine

    atropine Member

    yeah gotta love it.. gota love the futurisation as well.. like how guns are different kinds of swords etc.
     
  7. Duck

    Duck quack. Lifetime Supporter

    it's so horrible. It butchers Shakespeare's story. You people are evil.
     
  8. kjhippielove88, that's the version I mean. I was just clarifying if it was the one from like the 60's or the one from the 90's.
     
  9. gelflingwings

    gelflingwings Member

    I only like the 1968 version
     
  10. bigloui96

    bigloui96 Hip Forums Supporter HipForums Supporter

    I think it’s a fantastic movie! Baz Lhurman is the only director i know who can incorporate Shakespearean dialect as well as 14th Century concepts into a modern setting.
    It doesn't butcher Shakespears play at all! It merely tries to create, a modern version, whilst still keeping a strong essance of the original play.
    Of course with Claire Danes and DiCaprio leading... not much can go wrong.
     
  11. weep

    weep Senior Member

    this one´s really good! I loved it when it was at the movie theatres!! All the colours and this wonderful way of talking, just had to love it!!
     
  12. Fangz

    Fangz Member

    This version of Romeo and Juliet was ok, but I love the one filmed in 68.
    Olivia Hussey, played juliet, very good movie.
     
  13. mrsshf

    mrsshf Member

    Franco Zeffirelli's version (1968) is BY FAR superior to Luhrmann's version. Beautiful, beautiful film.
     
  14. 8footsativa_chik

    8footsativa_chik Waka Chang-Chang

    *evil laugh!*:X
     
  15. RainbowCat

    RainbowCat Senior Member

    i like the original one. i think it's alot better than that new one with leonardo di caprio. damn, i even did a report on how i thought it was better. how do you people remember these people's names? do you look them up before you type it, or do you just have thst good of a memory?
     
  16. Jennifer19

    Jennifer19 Oxygen girl

    I love that movie, I have it
     
  17. RainbowCat

    RainbowCat Senior Member

    ya!
     

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