The new "Romeo and Juliet" is usually an interminable, unintentionally hilarious misfire, apparently aimed at a youth audience weaned on "Gossip Girl." (Among the list of stars of the show, Ed Westwick, seems as a frothingly intense Tybalt.) Romeo (Douglas Booth) is introduced that has a heaving close up emphasizing his bare chest and sensitive features; Juliet Hailee Steinfeld, flexible in "True Grit," so bad here turns her lines into iambic mush. The screenplay by Julian Fellowes ("Downton Abbey") script cuts the majority of the Bard and adds insipid new dialogue, additionally, the actors with actual talent (Damien Lewis, Paul Giamatti) ham the idea helplessly. It's a movie that just a 13 yr old girl by using an English paper due could love.
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