Gnomeo & Juliet
February 12, 2011 by Post Team
Gnomeo & Juliet, “Gnomeo & Juliet” is the story of star-crossed lovers, separated by long family quarrels, as is done by gnomes. Yes, these men and women dressed in colorful ceramic with expressions Attractive and wearing hats of different sizes, including height dunce cap.
Watching the play a little bizarre film, of course, but the film is good enough for the job. Goofy, fun light that are full of heart may be sufficient. This animated tale is a modern-day take on the tragedy, rather than taking up a lawn, it is time to turf. Envision a yard full of gnomes with blue hats, and beside it is a lawn full of dwarf red cap, and you have your Capulet and Montague conflict.
“Gnomeo & Juliet” is a bit ridiculous to bottom, but there are joys to be found here for young and old. Little ones will laugh at the sight of many gags that are a group of gnomes invaded the courtyard of their enemies, using pipes, tape and various garden tools to stealthily prowling.
Adults laugh watching the children laugh. They will also enjoy Shakespeare jokes sprinkled on to them as the moving company (Rosencrantz and Guildenstern) or the manufacturer teapot (teapot Tempest).
Director Kelly Asbury (Shrek 2) seems to understand the relationship between comedy and tragedy that make the story acceptable for all ages. I wish he could have found a similar balance between his mania and his moments of tenderness, of which there are too few. [Tulsa World ]
Emily Blunt has won our hearts as an assistant to Meryl Streep in “The Devil Wears Prada” and again cemented our love turn to “The Young Victoria. The 27 year old English actress, married to” The Office “star John Krasinski, talked with Popeater express Juliet in Disney’s” Gnomeo & Juliet.
To be honest, it’s like a challenge to Shakespeare, especially to play Juliet, who is an incredible role, but one who takes extraordinary leaps and turns. It’s sort of a rollercoaster ride to continue, so I think if you got through a performance and you really experience what the character has gone through, I find it really rewarding and exciting. You are a bit drained by the end of it. I really liked that feeling. It is difficult to compare with the voice of a cartoon because it’s a different discipline.
One appreciation for the recently released soundtrack for Walt Disney Pictures Gnomeo & JULIET hinges on one basic factor: whether you are a fan of Elton John. Unlike the soundtrack for culturally exquisite THE LION KING, which John’s work has been balanced by scoring a brilliant Hans Zimmer and collection of additional artists, Gnomeo & JULIET plays like a collection of songs by Elton John.
The first 2 / 3 of the soundtrack is more or less an Elton John “Greatest hits” package with two new songs and a focus of coverage. The procedure begins with a new track, “Hello Hello,” which, despite his warm words and wholeheartedly, just sounds like an interpolation of The Beatles’ 1967 classic “Hello, Goodbye.” A Radio Disney-friendly, dancefloor boogie rendition of “Crocodile Rock” with Nelly Furtado on the slopes and ol ‘Elton singing support, then follows this.
Later, amid a swarm of John tried and true hits in the 1970s, the song “Love Builds A Garden is reached, the continuation of warm and passionate ballads that was a hallmark of John’s repertoire in the years 1980 & 90.
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