Rosencrantz And Guildenstern Are Dead


I feel that rosencrantz and guildenstern are dead is one of the best crafted ,intellectual movies to date.(i just hope that it gets back into distributation as soon as possible)
Gary oldman is by far the best actor of our time ,when is he actually going to win a real award,he should of won one for IMMORTAL BELOVED!!
I hope to hear some info a s a p
Toris efford........(
d o b..oct,21..1970
black,I hate basketball and rap
malkom x and farrakan all suck.
i love white people...they are such great actors.
robert smith of the cure rule!!!

>>By tori(s) efford   (Wednesday, 25 Dec 2002 01:53)

screw u

>>By screw u all   (Thursday, 27 Feb 2003 15:27)

I don't understand what existentialism had to do with this play

>>By babygurl   (Tuesday, 18 Mar 2003 19:09)

This movie needs you to bring alot of knowledge with you to see it,
If you have that, its Hilarious, if not its boring
Its best to watch a traditional adaptation of Hamlet first if your not really familiar with the original play, it also helps to have a well rounded education

btu I agree with tori(s) efford

"Absurdism, one of the most exciting and creative movements in the modern theater, is a term applied to a particular type of realistic drama which has absorbed theater audiences and critics for the past three decades. One specific area, appropriately labeled "Theatre of the Absurd" by the American critic Martin Esslin in the 1960's, offers its audience an existentialist point of view of the outside world and forces them to consider the meaning of their existence in a world where there appears to be no true order or meaning. Inching ever closer to a realistic representation of life, the evolution of absurdist drama from Samuel Beckett to Tom Stoppard brings a new focus to absurdism and expands the role of philosophy and metaphor in theatrical drama. "

>>By Ice Czar   (Wednesday, 26 Mar 2003 15:48)

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