There are two classes of performance in Macbeth, those who can only handle a double r-rolling and those who go for a triple r-rolling. Director, star and screenwriter Welles gets to do the triple. As does Jeannette Nolan as Lady Macbeth. Everyone else is only doing the double r-roll for their Scottish accent. Like much […]Macbeth (1948, Orson Welles) — The Stop Button
*. William Shakespeare and Orson Welles. Two towering geniuses, with the greatness of Welles’s Othello and Chimes at Midnight being stunning testimony to what their union could bring forth. *. But . . . Homer does nod. Witness this adaptation of Macbeth, which, though not a terrible movie, I think has to be considered an […]Macbeth (1948) — Alex on Film
The Coen Brothers are know for working together on many a great film like Fargo, Miller’s Crossing and of course The Big Lebowski. Joel Coen has now branched off by himself to direct his dagger to The Tragedy of Macbeth.
This is no bright and colourful retelling of the famous Scottish play. It looks like Coen is going to let not light see these black and deep desires.
Those keen to see the film will have to wait to-morrow, and to-morrow, and to-morrow, and then a few more tomorrows until the end of the year to see this one.
What can you say about Bruce Springsteen that hasn’t already been said? Not much, that’s for damn sure. The guy, after all, is an icon. An idol. And for good reasons: he’s talented as hell, smart as a whip, down to earth, and has been working his tail off in the music biz for over […]Bruce Springsteen’s Bringing Me To Broadway! — Yeah, Another Blogger
I love going to Broadway. Seeing live theater gives me goosebumps. There is something about seeing a story come to life right in front of your eyes. It gives me a feeling like no other. Since moving to New York in 2018 I have seen many Broadway shows. I have put together a list of […]My Favorite Broadway Shows — Comm345’s Blog