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The Tomatometer is 59% or lower.
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Anonymous premises Edward's manhood partly on his sexual prowess and partly on his poetry, but it loses sight of the latter's allusions and intrigues, and instead falls in love with its own most obvious sensations.
O Germanos megalokatastrofologos prepei na peripoioyntan th senariakh idea toy John Orloff kapoy gia 8 xronia, kai se ayta h arxikh eksetash mias logias ypotheshs, phre emprepws Tudor-ianes diastaseis eksoysiastikhs intrigkas
What's distressing isn't the film's plodding incoherence or wild-eyed credulousness but its misplaced priority: It suggests that what's most interesting about this writer we call Shakespeare is not the genius of his words but the puzzle of his identity.
It's easy to get lost in the facial-hair thicket of actors, earls, lords, Roberts, Thomases and Cecils, and the movie's jarring leaps across the years often make things even more challenging to follow.