Tromeo & Julia (1996)

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Tromeo u0026 Julia: Directed by Lloyd Kaufman. With Jane Jensen, Will Keenan, Valentine Miele, William Beckwith. Tromeo, a filmmaker, falls in love with Juliet, the daughter of a former partner who tried to steal his business from him.

“I know very little of Shakespeareu0026#39;s personality, so I havenu0026#39;t a clue as to how he wouldu0026#39;ve felt had he seen this masterfully perverse retelling of his work. I donu0026#39;t much care either. I firmly believe he would have liked this one better than the Leo and Claire version. I also firmly believe that Troma will never cease to amaze us all. Every time they make a film they work with a budget smaller than the life-savings of a third-world peasant, and the cast is dominated by more amateur actors than a school play, and yet, the film flows smoother than wine, and the performances are like platinum. Troma will likely never be surpassed in terms of cult following with a feel that is endearingly John Watersesque. If you like Troma, donu0026#39;t pass this up. If youu0026#39;ve never seen Troma, let this be your first. If you hate Troma, then s***w ya.”


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