from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- See Shaksperian.
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- n. a Shakespearean scholar
- adj. of or relating to William Shakespeare or his works
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Like the above commentor said, Thor kind of has a shakespearian feel to it and it certainly is where he has experience, which is probably what Marvel want, someone who will stay closer to the feel of the comics.
Thor does have that shakespearian thing going on, the father issues, the adversarial relationship with his brother Loki etc…plus in the comics he does speak in a "ye' thou verily…" fancy way and with the wrong director and dialogue in can be real hooky real fast.
I think that the title 7pounds is a cross between: 7 days to create the world (as said in the trailer) and the shakespearian pound of flesh to repay a dept. (see details below) I think that he is so overwhelmed by his secret and depression … that his only redemption for his sins is to payback with the equivilant of 7 pounds of flesh.
A major characteristics of a shakespearian tragedy at premiere 100 will ease 1, 5 tech upon death, at restaurant 150 2 levels, at creation 180 self 2, 3 levels, at employer 200 2, 5 games etc.
The film is a purely agonizing experience with flat performances that make actors in an elementary school play look like shakespearian thespians by comparison.
I wrote a shakespearian monologue for school ... critisisms?
"One voice was very shakespearian in a Dr Who type of way" Said a shocked viewer.
The funny aspect this time, it that his shakespearian twist is fully out of the closet.
It’s got to be live action, with tons of cheesy and campy special effects, just like the 1983 version, with at least one shakespearian actor I loved Timothy Dalton in the 1983 versionto throw off everything.