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  1. The Branagh Hamlet really is beautiful. There's some bits where it being the full text means it kind of plods along, but the cinematography and acting more than make up for any lulls.


    If you like Shakespeare related things, I'd highly suggest reading the comic series/graphic novels Kill Shakespeare. I don't want to say much and possibly spoil it but Shakespeare is a Wizard-God and his characters are at war with each other. King Richard III and Lady Macbeth are the leaders of one side; Juliet and Othello are the leaders of the other; stuck in the middle is Hamlet. It's a beautifully drawn book and the writing, while not in iambic pentameter, does a good job of faking it.

  2. I mentioned a couple in the thread. Hamlet (1996) and Othello (1995) are very good. Scotland, PA is a reimaging of Macbeth set at a fast-food restaurant.


    If you like reading, William Shakespeare's Star Wars is worth a look. It's a parody as much as a tribute.

  3. Just read your list of favorite Shakespeare adaptations in the last film you watched thread and all I can say is "Marry Me?" :p


    You hit nearly all my favorites and more importantly WHY they're my favorites.

  4. I needed a nostalgia blanket, so I watched your edit of Citizen Erased from Outside Lands 2011 a.k.a. the night Muse made me cry. Cheers.

  5. It had to do with Banter. My name used to be "Death_Of_Me", but that was too Muse-y. So, I tried coming up with a non-Muse based name, watched "Monty Python and the Holy Grail" one night and voila.

  6. Happy Birthday!! :party:

  7. I see from some of your posts that you like F. Scott Fitzgerald. Have you ever read "Tender Is The Night"? If you really liked "The Great Gatsby", you'll like that book.

  8. I love the gif in your sig. :LOL: "Beating a dead horse". It's brilliant.

  9. I saw your post in the "Sherlock" thread and noticed your signature.


    You were at Oracle Arena, too. It was my first time seeing Muse, and I still remember every detail.

  10. "Excited" doesn't even begin to cover my feelings on going over to England. I've wanted to go over there for a visit/vacation ever since I was a kid. I'm thrilled to be going to R + L and to get to meet some amazing people.

  11. Thanks. When I first joined, I couldn't really think what to put in my sig. Then I remembered that quote and I figured why not use it.

  12. Congrats on the modship! :thumbsup:

  13. Hey!


    Yeah, I still visit the RB forums, just not with the frequency I once did. It has gone down the drain quite a bit and a lot of regulars don't post much, if at all, anymore.

  14. I figured as much. :p Personally, I'd love to have an audio book of BC reading Keats, Yeats, Wilde, etc.

  15. My favorite is, hands down, "There Is A Light That Never Goes Out".

  16. What's your favorite Smiths song?

  17. :LOL: I thought my dad was the only person who said "fuck knuckle". Cheers!
  18. Hey, thanks for pointing out Be Here Now and Dig Out Your Soul. They are great albums.

  19. Love the sig! Gizmo FTW!! :awesome:

  20. Hey! Are you JrManPT from the Rock Band forums?

  21. So, I take it "Love and Other Drugs" is worth the price of admission?

  22. I <3 your articles. It's nice to see someone who works in the media giving Muse the "pwopah" credit. Guess it doesn't hurt that you're also a fan, so some bias is to be expected. :chuckle:

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