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The Tragedy of Macbeth (2021)

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  • Macbeth, the Thane of Glamis, receives a prophecy from a trio of witches that one day he will become King of Scotland. Consumed by ambition and spurred to action by his wife, Macbeth murders his king and takes the throne for himself.



    A Scottish lord becomes convinced by a trio of witches that he will become the next King of Scotland, and his ambitious wife supports him in his plans of seizing power.

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    FULL SPOILER-FREE REVIEW @ https://www.msbreviews.com/movie-reviews/the-tragedy-of-macbeth-spoiler-free-review "The Tragedy of Macbeth is a mesmerizing technical masterpiece that could have benefited from a distinct take on the well-known Shakespearean tale. Denzel Washington demonstrates his insane talent, as does Frances McDormand, but the former clearly stands out in a more energetic, captivating performance, powering through intricate, long monologues, which may very well result in yet another successful awards season. Joel Coen offers his bold direction to an unsurprising, too familiar narrative, but the rest of the technical crew transforms a streaming flick into an authentic cinematic experience. With some of the most exquisite cinematography of the century, Bruno Delbonnel staggeringly elevates every other filmmaking component (sound, costumes, sets, production design), making this a must-watch movie, whether at home or, better yet, at the theater." Rating: B+


    1 week ago

    Greetings again from the darkness. The confounding part about screen adaptions of great and familiar literary works is that we have each already formed our mental images of characters and setting. Adapting Shakespeare's 400 year old play is Joel Coen (4 time Oscar winner, NO COUNTRY FOR OLD MEN), and it's also his first time to fly solo as director without his brother Ethan. Filmed in black and white on a sound stage, this production may lack the frills we've come to expect in modern times, yet while its stark sets recall German Expressionism, the film still manage to deliver memorable visuals.Denzel Washington (2 time Oscar winner, TRAINING DAY, GLORY) stars as Macbeth, while Mr. Coen's wife, Frances McDormand (4 time Oscar winner, NOMADLAND) is a perfect fit as the scheming Lady Macbeth. The absolute best and creepiest sequences are thanks to terrific work from stage actor Kathryn Hunter, who plays not one witch, but rather the trio (plus, in true Shakespearian fashion, a fourth character later). Ms. Hunter's work is a highlight as she contorts her body and rings out prophecy with an exceedingly disturbing voice. She is fantastic. It's the witches' prophecy that Macbeth will become King of Scotland that sets into action a chain of events familiar to most of us.The reasons this didn't work as well for me as it did for others include Denzel's extremely low-key performance in the first half, and more crucially, the film lacks that unbridled lust for power that so attracts me to this particular story. It struck me more as a story of a disgruntled couple than the timeless themes of corruption and lust for power that Shakespeare so expertly crafted. Denzel's performance does come alive in the second half and he's quite something to watch. However, it's Ms. McDormand who nails the Lady Macbeth role and ensures our attention doesn't drift. Although obvious, it must be noted that these two renowned actors are a bit old for the roles, but interesting enough, this elements adds a different perspective to the characters' ambitions.Supporting performances include Brendan Gleeson (is he ever not a standout?) as the ill-fated King Duncan, and Harry Melling as Malcolm and Matt Helm as Donalbain, Duncan's two sons. Corey Hawkins plays Macduff, Bertie Carvel is Banquo, and Stephen Root is the scene-stealing (and comic relief) Porter. Cinematographer Bruno Delbonnel treats us to some creative shots and angles ... and plenty of birds. But of course, it's Denzel and McDormand who will make or break this for you.Director Coen does include the familiar lines: "Something wicked this way comes" inspired writer Ray Bradbury, Lady Macbeth's "out, damned spot" still packs a punch, while Macbeth's "a tale full of sound and fury, signifying nothing" remains my personal favorite. With the stark sets, Coen serves up a shadowy presentation - or is it a presentation of shadows? It's a blend of stage and screen, yet never fully both. Despite some of my displeasures and the long-lasting curse, overall it's a welcome version of "the Scottish play" ... although I still prefer reading The Bard's prose.Opening in theaters on December 25, 2021 and streaming on AppleTV+ on January 14, 2022.

    1 week ago

    Give Joel Coen the credit. What he succeeded in doing is adapting the play into a very basic movie. He could have taped the play and tried to pass it off as a movie, but what he did was take the play and transformed it into a film at its raw.It could have been some elaborate cinematic gesture filmed in some expensive location and using a CGI army, but he did not do that. As a result, Coen made something that grasped me visually.Which is good cause I'm not a Shakespeare person. I give credit to all the actors for modernizing their tone which made it easier to go down but getting to focus on the beauty of the production design was great.Denzel was Denzel, that's a given but I like a lot of the performances of the other actors in the film as well. Then again, it's more that I'm impress by how easy some of these dudes can recite this stuff without me giggling over how they sound.On top of the visuals, it also helps that this is one of Shakespeare's tragedies. A lot of messed up stuff happen in the flick, and I must admit that made me interested in watching as well.I did enjoy what I saw greatly.

    1 week ago

    To be or not to be.It's still Shakespeare and they're like all the same so.An art-house stage-play version of the classic Shakespearean play with official A24 vibe. First of all, the dialogues were all lines from the original play. So, if you a hard time understanding old English, like me, you will probably barely understand many of the conversations in the movie. It reminded me of my high school days where I had to bs my way through each Shakespeare's work. In my opinion, the story itself honestly was pretty alright.Still, it's a beautifully looking movie. Man the camera shots in black and white gave me the awe. They can be so haunting and immersive. Also beautiful was Washington's portrayal of Macbeth.The most unnerving part of the movie was the witches. They looked so weirdly crooked.Overall, an artsy and haunting look that would make A24 lovers rejoice. 8/10.


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