I have been watching Shakespeare plays since I was six, have a library of about 130 Shakespeare videos, and my book about Shakespeare is in bookstores. My friends and family say I am obsessive about the subject.
Mercutio says this as the guys are hanging out, just before Juliet's nurse shows up. Romeo has shown that he is no longer the moping mooning idiot he was during his infatuatio…n with Rosaline, and is again able to engage in wordplay with Mercutio. Mercutio is glad so see him back to normal. "Now art thou Romeo!" (I don't know who that lovesick fool was!) (MORE)
When Juliett says to Romeo, "Romeo, Romeo, wherefore art thou," she is asking "why are you a Montague?" The Montagues and the Capulets long-standing feud is what is keepin…g them apart, and at this point it's only because of their name (they obviously don't have any major problems with each other). Now, that's in the Shakespearean context. Other contexts might change the meaning. (MORE)
juliet wants to know what romeo has spoken of her and what he is like. the nurse knows and tries to drag out the conversation and gives excuses after excuses and tells jul…iet that she's had a long day and out of breath. evenutally juliet is fed up and tells her- if you are so out of breath, than why must you have so many breaths to make up these excuses? (MORE)
This is completely fictional but this movie is to prove a point; that if we hold onto our past and our pain that the end result is never good. This movie may have been the… true story of many different women but Michelle Jordan is a fictional character. (MORE)