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HAMLET (1948) 
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Click here for the review of Hamlet (1948)

Best Picture winner at the 1949 Oscar ceremony.


Sun Sep 26, 2010 12:13 pm
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Yet, of all these Hamlets, two stand out above the others: the 1948 Laurence Olivier version - the only Shakespeare film ever to win the Best Picture Oscar - and the 2006 Kenneth Branagh interpretation.


I'm sure you meant the 1996 version; in fact I'm positive! Nonetheless, this is still an excellent review.


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oafolay wrote:
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Yet, of all these Hamlets, two stand out above the others: the 1948 Laurence Olivier version - the only Shakespeare film ever to win the Best Picture Oscar - and the 2006 Kenneth Branagh interpretation.


I'm sure you meant the 1996 version; in fact I'm positive! Nonetheless, this is still an excellent review.


Damn! I was about to say that! :P :P

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oafolay wrote:
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Yet, of all these Hamlets, two stand out above the others: the 1948 Laurence Olivier version - the only Shakespeare film ever to win the Best Picture Oscar - and the 2006 Kenneth Branagh interpretation.


I'm sure you meant the 1996 version; in fact I'm positive! Nonetheless, this is still an excellent review.


I'm in a time warp. :o


Tue Sep 28, 2010 1:18 pm
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James Berardinelli wrote:
oafolay wrote:
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Yet, of all these Hamlets, two stand out above the others: the 1948 Laurence Olivier version - the only Shakespeare film ever to win the Best Picture Oscar - and the 2006 Kenneth Branagh interpretation.


I'm sure you meant the 1996 version; in fact I'm positive! Nonetheless, this is still an excellent review.


I'm in a time warp. :o


*sings*

Let's do the time warp again!

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