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(IMDB)   That's SIR Gilderoy Lockheart to you   (imdb.com) divider line 6
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2012-11-10 08:45:52 AM
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Not a coincidence that he was finally knighted after his tour-de-force Thor.

But seriously, his portrayal of Henry V will never be topped, and the whole movie is probably the greatest film adaptation of Shakespeare ever.
2012-11-09 09:17:13 PM
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There was a branding guy I worked with once who was really cool looking and fast talking and very good at convincing people he was a genius- and he was completely and totally worthless. Getting any work out of that guy was next to impossible.

I started calling him Gilderoy Lockhart, and it stuck. That always makes me happy.
2012-11-09 07:23:04 PM
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Hated his Hamlet, but loved Henry V and Much Ado.
2012-11-09 07:15:30 PM
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Branagh delivers the St Crispin's Day speech.

I feel like kicking some French ass myself now.
2012-11-09 06:46:53 PM
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The All-Powerful Atheismo: True. ACTIIIIINNNNG. He should have let Jack Lemmon borrow some of it.


It was an interesting choice of Jack Lemmon to vehemently underact every single thing in that movie.

"Shall I strike at it with my partiOH, who give a crap..."


Leo Bloom's Freakout: Love almost all his Shakespeare movies. Really made me appreciate the stories in a way I could not get into through the raw readings or traditional plays. Love Hamlet and Much Ado as the top picks though. The madness of Hamlet was superb and made sense to me.


Man alive, his Henry V adaptation is BOSS.
2012-11-09 06:35:05 PM
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The All-Powerful Atheismo: Toshiro Mifune's Letter Opener: He deserved it for the high-larry-ous stuff he was doing in his adaptation of Hamlet alone.

"If, like a crab, you could go... BACKWARD!!!"

I farking love his Hamlet, you heathen


Love almost all his Shakespeare movies. Really made me appreciate the stories in a way I could not get into through the raw readings or traditional plays. Love Hamlet and Much Ado as the top picks though. The madness of Hamlet was superb and made sense to me.

Love's Labours Lost, despite the name was not a Shakespeare play by the time Branagh finished his profane molestation of it. I... I really don't know what was going on with him there unless it was just his way of saying "I'm done doing Shakespeare forever, if you even so much as ask, I swear to God I will create a song and dance number involving me having my way with a chicken and call it 'The Tempest'!"
 
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