Joseph Fiennes, Gwyneth Paltrow, Geoffrey Rush, Tom Wilkinson
Tom Stoppard (Screenplay), John Madden (Director), Marc Norman (Screenplay)
Release: Dec. 11th, 1998
Runtime: 2 hours, 2 minutes
Young Shakespeare is forced to stage his latest comedy, "Romeo and Ethel, the Pirate's Daughter," before it's even written. When a lovely noblewoman auditions for a role, they fall into forbidden love -- and his play finds a new life (and title). As their relationship progresses, Shakespeare's comedy soon transforms into tragedy.
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Despite my suspicions, Gwyneth Paltrow proves herself at least somewhat deserving of her Oscar win as she manages to recite Shakespeare, pretend to be a man and generally tick a lot of Oscar boxes.