A Midsummer Night's Dream
Fantasy • PG-13 • 1999 • 1 hr 56 min
Great watch for Shakespeare fans! Might be a tad too long and confusing for casual watchers tho.
Pretty good adaptation of a classic favorite.
Maybe a bit too long but viscerally fckn amazing seriously omgggg the sets ahhhh definitely worth watching for Shakespeare fans, great cast
Watched this for an English class and genuinely liked it. A good take on the Shakespeare classic.
A wacky Shakespearean story full of fun twists.
Nice seeing a take on Shakespeare's comedy.
Not the greatest Shakespeare adaptation but it had a nice atmosphere and stayed mostly faithful to the source material.
Quite a nice interpretation of one of Shakespeare’s most famous plays.
It’s literally Shakespeare, so not worthless. But it’s just kind of silly & I’ve seen better versions of this play. The cast are game!
A great cast and adaptation, not perfect but a worthy film version of a fun Shakespeare play.
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