As a liberal arts major, I've had to read Shakespeare's work about 500 times. If only we could've just watched this instead. Your efforts are greatly appreciated. THe only criticism I have is the sound; it seemed like you had some problems with your microphone. Other than that, I liked it!
Yeh, the sound when it first goes into flash is great quality, but I think in the actual swf it degrades a bit. Oh well. Glad you liked it. :)
It was Julius Caesar in a nutshell, and i like things in shells. It was straight to the point with some of the key quotes of the play. one thing thou, the porsen who tells caesar about the ides of march is supposed to be a man apparently. but whop cares, it was still in a nutshell.
Yay for shells?
Yeah, this is basically everything you need to know about this play, if you need to know anything at all.
The fortune teller (soothsayer, i think is what they call it, right?) is a man? Hmm, oh well. Thanks for the comments. :)
hehe i was like "hmm.. yeah.. xD.. that pretty much sums up what i was reading in that whole 4 hours..." hehe.. anyhow.. its unfortunate that only those who have read it would understand tho... err... oh well... at least they watched the movie? hehe..
Well I haven't read/seen this particular play, and this animation shows basically what I know of it. :P Glad you liked it. :)
...to be or not to be ...
A nice spoof of "J. Caesar".
Waiting for more ... !
may be Laertes and Hamlet dukin' it out like "Thunderdome" in "Mad Max"??
Heheh, thanks. Hamlet's probably gonna be a hard one to shorten. Maybe MacBeth, I mean, the Scottish Play. That can be summed up. Anyways, thanks for the comments.
I gotta say, this wasn't superfantastic in any way -- moderate graphics, moderate voiceacting, moderate music under it -- but what got me about it is at the end, the sign made me laugh quite a bit.
Hey, great to know you liked it. I'm probably gonna spend more time on the next one. Once I decide what the next one is gonna be. :P Anyway, thanks for the reveiw.