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|Release Date Shakespeare in Love Dec 25, 1998 Wide Genres Shakespeare in Love : Comedy,Romance|
|Total Vote User Shakespeare in Love : Visitor|
|User Ranting Shakespeare in Love : 3.3|
|User Percentage For Shakespeare in Love : 76 %|
|User Count Like for Shakespeare in Love : 202,063|
|All Critics Ranting For Shakespeare in Love : 8.1|
|All Critics Count For Shakespeare in Love : 104|
|All Critics Percentage For Shakespeare in Love : 93 %|
Actors For Shakespeare in Love
|Joseph Fiennes,Gwyneth Paltrow,Geoffrey Rush,Judi Dench,Simon Callow,Colin Firth,Imelda Staunton,Ben Affleck,Tom Wilkinson,Jim Carter,Martin Clunes,Rupert Everett,Antony Sher,Daniel Brocklebank|
Shakespeare in Love Movie Review
|A ripely emotional comedy-fantasia. |
David Denby-New Yorker
Accessible, entertaining and fun for modern audiences. Exquisitely acted, tightly directed and impressively assembled, this lively period piece is the kind of arty gem with potentially broad appeal that Miramax certainly knows how to sell.
It's easy to suspend disbelief and embrace this historically creative fiction, whose clever relationship to what's known and what's unresolved is part of what makes it so intriguing and so romantic.
Lisa Alspector-Chicago Reader
It's Tom Stoppard's witty, intelligent script which proves so satisfying.
Derek Adams-Time Out
It's a literary burlesque, remarkably clever and quick on its feet. It is ardently romantic but is at its best when it is funny. And it's funny.
Jeff Millar-Houston Chronicle
Seems the Bard is badly blocked.
Rick Groen-Globe and Mail
Entertaining, witty and acutely funny, with the ability to appeal to more than Shakespeare buffs. But for real fans of the Bard, it's a glorious treat that's smart and humorous, with highly appealing performances all round.
A brilliant and witty script by Tom Stoppard is brought to life by a great cast.
Scott Nash-Three Movie Buffs
A cleverly scripted reworking of a period comedy.
Wastes no time setting itself up as a rowdy, colloquial piece of popular entertainment -- the furthest thing from a fussy biopic of the Bard.
It is clear that everyone in the film is having a great time with the material, and it is contagious.
Joe Lozito-Big Picture Big Sound
Henslowe may be onto something when he jokes that all audiences want is love and a bit with the dog, but this film delivers much more.
Sandra Contreras-TV Guide's Movie Guide
A sumptuous fictional glimpse into the creative mind of one of history's most brilliant theatrical minds.
Wesley Lovell-Cinema Sight
A rare crowd pleasing movie that's smartly written and splendidly acted, representing a combination of poetry, art, and entertainment that does justice to the Bard's own comedies.
It's the performances which push this to a very high level.
Garth Franklin-Dark Horizons
Shakespeare in Love moves fast, and may deserve multiple viewings. It's a delicious feast of lowbrow and highbrow mixed with romance.
Jeffrey M. Anderson-Combustible Celluloid
The matter of fact telling of just how young Will got many of his ideas is leavened with all the elements of great film and [director John] Madden balances them all with grace, style and skill.
Robin Clifford-Reeling Reviews
Although Shakespeare in Love benefits from a delightful screenplay by Marc Norman and Tom Stoppard -- and a flattering one, for viewers who can congratulate themselves on recognizing this or that tatter of the Bard -- the film's virtues peter out.
Stuart Klawans-The Nation
It has powerful language and a wealth of talent as its distinguishing marks, but it shies away, curiously, from poetry, subtlety, and art whenever the lovers embrace, and we're left with no heroes or heroines worth swooning for.
Jeffrey Overstreet-Looking Closer
A nothing movie. Gossamer-thin, the slightest breeze will blow it from our collective memories.
Martin Scribbs-Low IQ Canadian
The greatest enjoyment of the film is for those who are familiar with Shakespeare's plays.
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