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Great Book But I Didnt Like The Ending!!

  • Jul 15, 2010
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I liked this book alot but i didnt like the way they made the main two people die at the end on the book..I was soo happy that they started falling in love with eachother and they wanted to marry but there parents were soo mean...Only if the parents werent mean they wouldnt have had soo many people funerals in the families.. it was soo stupid when the Capulets and the Montogues would  start fighting for no reason..Bu ti guess that happens when someone is ur enemy..But i loved the way romeo and juliet looked and touched and kissed eachother...It was sooo adorable..There chemistry Rocked in the book by just reading but i have to watch the movie to find out the real chemistry..I loved the whole book but i didnt like the ending of the book because it was really sad when romeo acts like hes died and Juliet gets Poison..I hated that part..I wanted them to be alive and i wanted them to get married..I really liked how they made the plan for meeting and getting married....I loved the balcony scene...Juliet was soo right when she refused to her mothers decision..But the only thing i didnt like was the ENDING...It wasnt good..

Great Book But I Didnt Like The Ending!!

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In 1968 Franco Zeffirelli wowed critics and audiences alike with his filmed version of Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet. The film would be one of the most sumptuous and celebrated cinematic adaptations of any of Shakespeare's plays and featured superb acting, production values, and music. Of the many films based on the tragic romance, most film critics and Shakespeare scholars agree that while Zeffirelli's film is an abridgment of Romeo and Juliet, it manages to capture the essence of the play more …
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Director: Franco Zeffirelli
Genre: Drama
Release Date: 1968
MPAA Rating: PG
Studio: Paramount Pictures
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