Fast forwarded the second half.
laura from Dublin, 19 Apr 2013
Mostly consisted of Ralph Fiennes and Gerard Butler glaring at each other. I can admire how they set Coriolanus in a modern setting, but it just didn't hold enough in terms of the plot to keep me interested. I didn't care who killed who. For fans of Coriolanus I'm sure this would be fantastic, but if you don't know the play this won't convert you.
Wolf from Clare, 07 Sep 2012
Perhaps it was because I did not expect much from this film, but I really enjoyed it. I don't really like Shakespear in modern context, but this is such a relevent tragedy with the western powers so involved in the Middle east. Definitely one of those films that keeps you thinking about it for days afterwards. Excellent.
Brings Back Memories
Regina from Wexford, 10 Jul 2012
Takes me back to school, english class- shakespere...I had no clue what was going on their either...its a good film..easy enuf to make out the plot but hard enuf to know what they are talking about
If I could give it zero I would
Damian from Dublin, 27 Feb 2013
What eejit sanctioned the funding of this?
Nothing to see at all!
Didzis from Dublin, 13 Sep 2012
Nothing to see at all!!