The Rogue’s Guide to Shakespeare on Film #67: Tromeo and Juliet (1996)
67. Lloyd Kaufman’s Tromeo and Juliet (1996) Last week, the bourgeoisie wet dream that is Carlo Carlei’s Romeo and Juliet so dismayed me that I decided the time had come to try Tromeo and Juliet. From time to time, I review films that may seem tangential to Shakespearean theatre, such as Strange Brew and Gnomeo and Juliet and… Continue reading
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