G Clark examines ‘Coriolanus,’ the directorial debut of Ralph Fiennes—and discusses how great cinematic Shakespeare translations occur.
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A brilliant combination of Shakespeare, documentary, and theatre, ‘Caesar Must Die’ is a bewitching experience—a film you absolutely cannot afford to miss.
‘Anonymous’ should be called ‘Artificial’ because on almost every level it feels phony.
‘Anonymous’ haters, ‘Tower Heist’ review, streaming movies for ‘Halloween,’ ‘ParaNorman’ trailer…
Positive and mixed reviews come in for some of the smaller films at the Toronto International Film Festival.
Find out why critics were so surprised by this Elizabethan conspiracy thriller.
Ralph Fiennes’ modern-day take on this classic tragedy looks more like ‘The Hurt Locker’ than Shakespeare.
One of the greatest actors to grace the stage and screen deserves to be celebrated!
The Shakespeare adaptation has a new home at Disney and a tentative release date in December of 2010.
Yuck. According to Variety, Mark Thomas of Elsinore Films is bringing musical versions of Shakespeare’s greatest plays to the big screen with the intention of “targeting the High School Musical and Harry Potter market.” The first version to be produced is a 3-D musical version of Hamlet to be directed by John Godber and executive […]
I was about to call it a day when I saw something that just angered me. Live for Films reports that Emile Hirsch is going to be playing Hamlet in an upcoming film of the greatest play ever written that will be set in modern times. I’ve made it known that I adore this play […]
Today is the observed birthday of William Shakespeare, the greatest writer of all-time. In honor of the Bardâ€™s special day, I thought I would take a look at his greatest contribution to the world of theatre and, unbeknownst to him, film: a little play called Hamlet. Hamlet has been adapted for film and television 61 […]