Post by greyeyedgirl on Mar 4, 2009 2:59:47 GMT -5
I can totally see it, especially if you watch the Baz Luhrmann version. If I remember correctly they practically start making out during the party scene. Then again Romeo is all high on ecstacy. I really need to watch that movie again.
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Post by Mrs Edward Cullen on Mar 19, 2009 21:12:56 GMT -5
OMC i am so glad someone else finally sees it. I watched the film and thought right away they were more than family. Plus Lady Capulet doesn't seam too happy telling her daughter she is getting married. I tried to tell my friends this and they told me i was thinking too hard and i was nuts. well iam glad someone finally sees it too lol.
Post by Mrs Edward Cullen on Mar 22, 2009 20:06:46 GMT -5
Oh no our class got to watch the Leonardo version then if we wanted we could watch the older version. Let me tell you the relationship between the two is worse in the Leonardo version. They get drunk and kiss. it was so discusting because they are suposed to be related.
Post by horcruxhorror on May 29, 2011 20:28:56 GMT -5
The 1968 version directed by Zeffirelli? We just had to watch that in my English class too. ugh... my teacher made us write an essay on the stuff left out of the movie and how it affected the story line and such.. I really hate my Honors English class.
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