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Romeo & Juliet

Romeo & Juliet
Romeo & Juliet Rating: 49 out of 100 based on 21 reviews.
Interpretación
Damian Lewis

Lord Capulet
Laura Morante

Lady Montague
Tomas Arana

Lord Montague
Natascha McElhone

Lady Capulet
Stellan Skarsgård

Prince of Verona
Tom Wisdom

Count Paris
Matt Patresi

First Capulet Servant
Marcus J. Cotterell

Second Capulet Servant (as Marcus Cotterell)
Anton Alexander

Abraham (House of Montague)
Producción
Director:Carlo Carlei
Producer:Ileen Maisel (producer)
Lawrence Elman (producer)
Julian Fellowes (producer)
Philip Alberstat (executive producer)
Ferdinando Bonifazi (line producer)
Simon Bosanquet (producer)
Milena Canonero (co-producer)
Marco Cohen (executive producer)
Fabrizio Donvito (executive producer)
Benedetto Habib (executive producer)
Alexander Koll (producer)
Markus Langes-Swarovski (executive producer)
Doug Mankoff (producer)
Steven Silver (executive producer)
Andrew Spaulding (producer)
Nadja Swarovski (producer)
Neil Tabatznik (executive producer)
Dimitra Tsingou (producer)
John Walsh III (executive producer)
Jackie Walsh (executive producer)
Writer:Julian Fellowes (screenplay)
William Shakespeare (play)
Valoraciones de Romeo & Juliet
Mark Reviews Movies
I have heard the point made a few times, but Romeo & Juliet, the umpteenth time Shakespeare's famous tale of star-crossed lovers has been adapted for a screen big or small and allowed a new generation to realize that "star-crossed" is not a good thing...
Leer crítica10 oct 2013
Eclipse Magazine
Carlo Carlei’s Romeo & Juliet hits the plays high points with a certain amount of style and some passionate performances, but is sabotaged by overly rapid pacing and a script that isn’t all Shakespeare.
Leer crítica11 oct 2013
Eric D. Snider
I know it’s pointless to call a movie “unnecessary.” Strictly speaking, all movies (and other works of art) are “unnecessary” in the sense that we don’t need them to survive. But egads, the new version of “Romeo & Juliet” sure is unnecessary.
JoBlo's Movie Emporium
Carlo Carlei's ROMEO & JULIET is a lovely looking film that lacks the fiery passion inherent in William Shakespeare's play, and has completely miscast the two lead roles. It's also altered the lines of the play in order to appeal to a younder...
Leer crítica11 oct 2013
The A.V. Club
Shakespeare movies don’t get more unremarkable than Romeo & Juliet, an adaptation of the English language’s most-butchered love story produced and financed by glass-jewelry manufacturer Swarovski. Directed by Carlo Carlei— whose last theatrical release...
Leer crítica10 oct 2013
Valoraciones de Romeo & Juliet
Mark Reviews Movies
I have heard the point made a few times, but Romeo & Juliet, the umpteenth time Shakespeare's famous tale of star-crossed lovers has been adapted for a screen big or small and allowed a new generation to realize that "star-crossed" is not a good thing...
Leer crítica10 oct 2013
Eclipse Magazine
Carlo Carlei’s Romeo & Juliet hits the plays high points with a certain amount of style and some passionate performances, but is sabotaged by overly rapid pacing and a script that isn’t all Shakespeare.
Leer crítica11 oct 2013
Eric D. Snider
I know it’s pointless to call a movie “unnecessary.” Strictly speaking, all movies (and other works of art) are “unnecessary” in the sense that we don’t need them to survive. But egads, the new version of “Romeo & Juliet” sure is unnecessary.
JoBlo's Movie Emporium
Carlo Carlei's ROMEO & JULIET is a lovely looking film that lacks the fiery passion inherent in William Shakespeare's play, and has completely miscast the two lead roles. It's also altered the lines of the play in order to appeal to a younder...
Leer crítica11 oct 2013
The A.V. Club
Shakespeare movies don’t get more unremarkable than Romeo & Juliet, an adaptation of the English language’s most-butchered love story produced and financed by glass-jewelry manufacturer Swarovski. Directed by Carlo Carlei— whose last theatrical release...
Leer crítica10 oct 2013
Reel Views
A staple of high school literature classes, Romeo & Juliet has proven no less popular with filmmakers, who return to this classic on a regular basis. The problem with making a new version of Shakespeare's most read romance is that, like Hamlet...
Leer crítica10 oct 2013
Channel24
The 2014 release of Romeo & Juliet surprised many as Baz Luhrmann’s 1996 remake of the classic love tragedy set a whole new standard of presenting Shakespearean works to a modern audience.
Leer crítica7 feb 2014
Mthai Movie
หลังจากเคยมีทั้งแบบฉบับดั้งเดิมในปี 1936 ลากยาวมาอีกหลายเวอร์ชั่นจนถึงปี 1996 ของ บาซ เลอร์แมน และยังรวมไปถึงหนังหลายๆเรื่องที่เอาโครงเรื่องบทประพันธ์สุดคลาสสิคเรื่องนี้ไปใช้ใน Romeo & Juliet ที่ล่าสุดก็ได้มีฉบับใหม่ออกมาแล้ว และเป็นฉบับที่ไม่ได้ตีความ
Leer crítica5 dic 2013
RedEye
At a time when emoticons receive maximum analysis of intent, how lovely it could be for young viewers to see the kind of love that needs only a few glances to initiate shared promises of infinite fidelity.
Leer crítica10 oct 2013
One Guy's Opinion
Wherefore art thou, “Romeo and Juliet”? Not much of Shakespeare’s play remains in the heavily pruned text that Julian Fellowes has fashioned as the screenplay for Carlo Carlei’s film, which comes across like a dumbed-down Cliffs Notes version...
stltoday.com
If the latest adaptation of “Romeo and Juliet” were called “A Forbidden Love,” it might be easy to forgive and forget. On our way out of the multiplex, we could note the lovely sets and costumes, say a few kind words about the supporting cast and even...
Leer crítica10 oct 2013
Sacramento News & Review
The new movie version of Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet reminded me of a cartoon I once saw in a magazine. The setting is a college classroom. Every student has a copy of Robert Louis Stevenson’s The Black Arrow—except one, a dim-looking jock...
Leer crítica17 oct 2013
CinemaBlend.com
Romeo and Juliet experienced a weird post-modern revival in the late 90s, in the form of Baz Luhrmann's wild and lavish adaptation as well as Shakespeare in Love, which used the hoary old story as the backdrop for a new, slightly less tragic romance.
Miami Herald
Swords clash, hooves thunder and cheekbones glow in Carlo Carlei’s swashbuckling Romeo and Juliet, and still the question deserves to be asked: Did we need another adaptation of this romantic classic, especially a version told in a straightforward...
Leer crítica10 oct 2013
HollywoodChicago.com
When I walked out of my screening for 2013’s “Romeo and Juliet” with Hailee Steinfeld (Oscar nominated for “True Grit”) and London’s Douglas Booth (previously unknown to the U.S.), I had to remember that not everyone’s seen this story in one way or...
Leer crítica12 oct 2013
Movie Line
A sturdy story can withstand multiple reimaginings, and if Romeo and Juliet can survive Stephen Sondheim, it can probably survive pretty much anything.
Leer crítica9 feb 2011
TV Guide
If nothing else, Gnomeo & Juliet proves that a predominantly British production can produce an animated film just as devoid of anything memorable as one from any other country.
E! Online
Realistic, C.G.-animated ceramic garden gnomes would seem like promising characters for a novel animated adventure. But aside from the easy and terrible title pun, why did that adventure have to be Romeo and Juliet?
Leer crítica11 feb 2011
TotalFilm.com
The problem for any fresh undertaking of Shakespeare’s star-crossed romance is that the shadow of Baz Luhrmann’s 1996 revamp looms so large.
Leer crítica9 oct 2013
Empire
Slow moving and staid, this will leave you longing for Luhrman’s energy and Zefferelli’s sense of sweep.
Express.co.uk
He has trimmed and simplified while remaining faithful to the essence of one of the greatest love stories ever. The result is decent and perfectly respectable but lacks the soaring, swooning fireworks of Baz Luhrmann's swashbuckling approach or even...
Leer crítica11 oct 2013
Interpretación
Damian Lewis...Lord Capulet
Hailee Steinfeld...Juliet
Douglas Booth...Romeo
Laura Morante...Lady Montague
Tomas Arana...Lord Montague
Kodi Smit-McPhee...Benvolio
Natascha McElhone...Lady Capulet
Stellan Skarsgård...Prince of Verona
Tom Wisdom...Count Paris
Matt Patresi...First Capulet Servant
Marcus J. Cotterell...Second Capulet Servant (as Marcus Cotterell)
Christian Cooke...Mercutio
Ed Westwick...Tybalt
Lesley Manville...Nurse
Anton Alexander...Abraham (House of Montague)
Simona Caparrini...Capulet Friend
Clive Riche...Peter
Fabrice Scott...Watchman
Marco Quaglia...Farmer
Mary Sellers...Farmer's Wife
Sandra Paternostro...Capulet Maid
Stefano Patti...Jack
Simone Grancagnolo...Singer at the Ball
Nathalie Rapti Gomez...Rosaline
Paul Giamatti...Friar Laurence
Samuel Efrati...Farmer's Son
Leon Vitali...Apothecary
Valentina Corti...Young Female Servant (uncredited)
Federico Pedroni...Tybalt's Young Supporter (uncredited)
Producción
Director:Carlo Carlei
Producer:Ileen Maisel (producer)
Lawrence Elman (producer)
Julian Fellowes (producer)
Philip Alberstat (executive producer)
Ferdinando Bonifazi (line producer)
Simon Bosanquet (producer)
Milena Canonero (co-producer)
Marco Cohen (executive producer)
Fabrizio Donvito (executive producer)
Benedetto Habib (executive producer)
Alexander Koll (producer)
Markus Langes-Swarovski (executive producer)
Doug Mankoff (producer)
Steven Silver (executive producer)
Andrew Spaulding (producer)
Nadja Swarovski (producer)
Neil Tabatznik (executive producer)
Dimitra Tsingou (producer)
John Walsh III (executive producer)
Jackie Walsh (executive producer)
Writer:Julian Fellowes (screenplay)
William Shakespeare (play)
Composer:Abel Korzeniowski
Cinematographer:David Tattersall
Editing:Peter Honess
Casting:John Hubbard
Ros Hubbard
Production Design:Tonino Zera
Art Director:Gianpaolo Rifino
Armando Savoia
Set Decorator:Maurizio Leonardi
Christina Onori
Costume Design:Carlo Poggioli
Makeup:Laura Borselli (makeup designer)
Jana Carboni (key makeup artist)
Santoro Domingo (hair stylist)
Gabriele Gregorini (hair stylist)
Francesco Pegoretti (hair designer)
Armido Pezzato (hair stylist)
Production Management:Stefano Dioguardi (production manager)
Christian Giuliani (unit manager)
Jeanette Haley (post-production supervisor)
Davide Lucarelli (assistant unit manager)
Andrea Maddaluno (assistant unit manager)
Alessandro Mascheroni (production manager)
Mark Mostyn (production supervisor)
Alberto Monte (assistant production manager)
United States24 sep 2013
United Kingdom11 oct 2013
Canada11 oct 2013
Ireland11 oct 2013
IsraelIsrael24 oct 2013
Portugal24 oct 2013
Philippines6 nov 2013
KuwaitKuwait14 nov 2013
Argentina13 feb 2014
Australia13 feb 2014
New Zealand13 feb 2014
Spain21 ene 2014
Ukraine17 oct 2013
Greece15 may 2014