We can not change the fact that people act in a certain way. Actual transparency might have been a tad much, methinks. It is usually expressed as, “Truer words were never spoken.”, and is kind of a generic response to statements like, “You sure are lucky to have such a nice wife.” “Truer words were never spoken.” Or, “They cured it with meds? Will the positive attitude prevail in the long run? "Three hours of Tenant is just too much." But who? So far, I don't agree with your review, Duane. tags: life, words. Hamlet, because it had more WTF moments per scene than any production I can remember. For lots of reasons, this one definitely bears watching again. You could do variations on … To the Letter (Thursday Crossword, May 21) May 21, 2020 12:00 am ET Meet the Faculty (Wednesday Crossword, May 20) May 20, 2020 12:00 am ET posted by Buddy Wilds at 1:32 PM He … But there’s a difference between speaking to the audience in general, and singling out one person to talk to. They certainly didn't have lighting effects. I think what I got from it is that he was really on edge from the minute his father died – anything could have set him off. He was simply bursting with the energy of needing to do something, but being unable to. All the time. "Truer words were never spoken" "When you two met....It was as if an irresistible force hit an immovable object"--Marie Lovallo circa 1984 ... William Shakespeare professed; "Nothing is good or bad, but thinking makes it so." That’s a neat way to do it. I just plain didn’t buy her crazy. I called it "The Shrug Heard Round The World": http://blog.shakespearegeek.com/2010/04/shrug-heard-round-world.html. Easier now? Laertes is … goofy. Great time, and I look forward to what PBS has in store for us next time.. First, the direction. I truly don't believe that Burbage was anything close to the maniacal court jester–"head court clown"– Tennant almost exclusively makes him. So what am I left to think? I love him immensely, but he just wasn't Claudius to me. So I should continue to count my blessings. Seeing his father's ghost definitely unhinged something, so even in saying that he was putting on the antic disposition, very often the madness possessed him more than he meant it to. I don’t think this is a bad thing, I think it’s an important thing. Words quotes. Later when speaking with Horatio it seems like he does the opposite, getting well up into his friend’s personal space for no good reason. (obviously the "painted woman" idea) I don't think she can be blamed directly for that. Get Started; Enable mobile theme. And that his great energy is fueled by the great need to find an outlet; one which is able to absorb and appreciate what he sees in the same way as he is able to do; one he never finds; not because he's some psychopathic Yorick, reincarnated. tI needn't be a disconcerting occasion. Some aspects, like Tennant's performance, I can't really judge yet (Hamlet's only been in two scenes). However, I haven't seen the whole film. i never saw the ah ha moment displayed…. Hanging out last night while it played I noticed two very different camps. I agree with many of your points for many of the same reasons. It was this wonderful combination of nostalgia (remember the days before DVR where if you got up to go to the bathroom you missed stuff?) Ok, now let’s talk about Dr. Who. ", William James worded it this way; "The greatest discovery of my generation is that a human being can alter his life by altering his attitudes of mind. I recorded the program and just watched up to 2,1. He looks, as I wrote on Twitter at the time, like he’s just walked out of a first-person shooter video game. Even though we become frustrated by the resistances we encounter, we can only become respected when we show respect ourselves. Share this quote: Like Quote. ), thrown in some special lighting effects or *something*, that would have helped a great deal. It was interesting there, increasing the general paranoia of a man who thought everybody was his enemy, even if they had to come back from the dead to get him. Truer Words Hath Never Been Spoken Quotes & Sayings . I guess they wanted him to be an anachronism in the modern-dress setting, to convey that Old Hamlet's world of honor and clear-cut values has been replaced by Claudius' Elsinore of subterfuge and moral ambiguity. Truer words were never spoken!” crossword clue: Winter hazards crossword clue: It is the biggest WTF moment in a movie full of them. However, I LOVED the doubling of King Hamlet/Ghost and Claudius, which I've only seen once in a live performance. Reviewing anything is like listening to the accounts from Roshomon. "Three hours of Tenant is just too much." You are most yourself when attending to someone else…” A parent who majored in English remembers is that “no man is ever an island” is a quotation from John Donne, but can’t identify exactly where. Is it monetary wealth? Charles Swindoll; We cannot change our past. Hamlet was extremely popular and well-loved by people throughout the court, and there's just no tangible emotion between Tenant and anybody. When you look directly at the camera you destroy all suspension of disbelief and pull the audience back up to the “Hello there, I’m an actor on a stage doing a show for you, is it not lovely?” level. Hamlet is a Prince. Probably more from the "idea people" whom I think screwed a good thing in this production almost every time they had it. If Hamlet's just talking to himself all the time, if he is positively indifferent to how his words are perceived by those who have loved him–then why should we care? I'll admit the Ghost's armor was pretty silly-looking. That was weird. Awesome Shakespeare tee with the image of William Shakespeare, with the author's autograph in red. > > THERE EVER WAS AN EDMUND SPENSER, > > > > Spenser's life is reasonably well documented, although Elizabeth is > > doubtless ignorant of it. Can we talk Patrick Stewart? (Didn’t love my review? After the fact he’s full on lunatic. He’s playing up the nerd aspect. Ros & Guil seemed more concerned that he called them out than that he may or may not be mad. The sign says "We are all connected in some way." I like that. We’re not even going to see the ghost? > Truer words were never spoken. Throughout the play we’ve had a very non-threatening Hamlet, someone who clearly thinks he’s the smartest kid in the room and gets by on his wits alone because he can. are you familiar with "Slings & Arrows?" The word definition of the answer is: a humorous play on words. I'll agree that the staring at the camera was distracting, as well as the security cameras. The easiest way to review Hamlet, I’ve found, is to break it into three distinct reviews : the direction, the rest of the cast, and Hamlet himself. Charles Swindoll; We cannot change our past. Likewise, does the cast think he's crazy, or are they just patronizing him? - IWSMT has amazing images, videos and anectodes to waste your time on especially after Polonius' murder. Don't complain.". Never have truer words been spoken by Shakespeare and these words are taken to the next level by the Reduced Shakespeare Company, or the RSC (not to be confused with the other RSC – Royal Shakespeare Company; a mistake that can be easily made! When he is sane, he's wearing shoes. What’s up with this dude’s eyes? Required fields are marked *. All I can say is that there’s a moment when you’ll stare aghast at your screen and mutter a disbelieving “Oh, Patrick…no…oh, no…..” I can only hope for the love of all that is good and Shakespeare in the world that what happens in that moment was purely a director’s choice and that Stewart was forced to do it against his will. Add instagram feed. That seems to have escaped me as well (not that I ever seriously sought it). Looking into the camera drove me mad. So it was a surprise for me seeing the same technique used on film, but a pleasant one. I saw more of the former, and that made him annoying to me. Jun 2, 2014 - This Pin was discovered by Linda Reynolds. And “truer” words were never spoken. But Tennant runs out of tricks to use almost right away, and being nuts all the time comes off static to me. The security camera-shots were well-done, for example, and deepened a sense of paranoia throughout the show.Editing was a problem but for different reasons than have been given here–I don't think it was edited enough. I actually really liked Polonius. They're about to do Macbeth, and the company is failing. The supporting cast around him, tolerating him, are the funny ones. > Truer words were never spoken. I do recall thinking that, there was one particular bit where she does something goofy like waves her arms over her head and makes funny noises or something and I specifically recall thinking, "That looks like she just copied something Tennant might have done." There were the Shakespeare fans who were hesitant, at best, about Tennant’s performance. JM has his own take on this one over at The Shakespeare Place.). Perhaps the scholars are forgetting Hamlet's brilliant ability to observe and register what he sees. She doesn’t go skinny-dipping in the First Folio, I don’t believe. And there was that very clear moment–after the Ghost disappeared–when he snapped, which just isn't Hamlet to me. Reply: "Truer words were never spoken." WTF? I think the ghostliness was supposed to come from all that white mist swirling around (that and him being invisible on the security cameras). Did he stupidly imagine that being barefooted whilst wearing a suit was an original way to express madness? …again, you tell me. One of my oldest friends, (who is a pessimist) has told me repeatedly that my attitude is what he loves and admires most about me. Really pale makeup? I thought the setting was ghastly, Stewart phoned it in, everyone was just a *little* too nutters, and Tennant blew it out of the friggin water. I say weird choice, because in the next scene don’t we learn that she drowned precisely because her heavy clothing got soaked and pulled her down? Later when he physically starts touching people it only emphasizes this problem. Add instagram feed. Read more quotes from John Greenleaf Whittier. It seems that Tennant and all involved decided to go with this interpretation as it's currently the popular scholarly interpretation of the character. While stopping at our favorite ice cream place as part of our end-of-summer rite, I was yet again asking my daughter where she was off to next and when she would be returning home. I really like having Patrick Stewart as both the Ghost and Claudius. We can not change the inevitable. Simply dreadful. I can go on and on quoting familiar philosophers, statesman, business people, etc. I’ve been trying to hold onto every moment. i also felt the need to have the text open, so i went to the MIT shakespeare script and saw how much they cut, how they jumped all over at one point, swapping scenes. ). There are homeless people, hungry people, terminally ill people, those with no family and few(if any) friends. He actually does something very annoying in the opening scenes in that he makes no eye contact with anyone. I’m sure if I went back and paid closer attention I could find others doing it. And the "play me like a recorder" bit. It’s not just David Tennant, either – I mentioned on Twitter that Laertes gets in his own “you can tell what I meant whether you understood the words or not” moment when he first sees Ophelia enter. seem to achieve has escaped me as well. Cinammon "To sleep, perchance to dream.” ~ William Shakespeare "Imagination … Photo by Tisse Mllon, via The subtitle of Shakespeare's Histories is Ten Epic Plays at a Breakneck Pace, and truer words have never been spoken, … i thought the selfless, cold and composed thing worked GREAT for stewart through the first part of the play, but later, with "Do it, England" his reaction at the murder of gonzago, and his approach to laertes, was too laid back, too subdued. Truer words were never spoken. posted by Buddy Wilds at 6:18 PM What's the meaning of the phrase 'Many a true word is spoken in jest'? Ok, punk, you want to play like that? David Tennant plays Hamlet as crazy. If you take in a community production of Hamlet where everybody is an equal, you can appreciate the nuances of what Ophelia or even Guildenstern might bring to their role. 3 hours of Tenant is just too much. He’s practically Jim Carrey in some scenes, and that’s not a good thing in a Shakespearean tragedy. And what made Tenant think the audience longed to … Otherwise it’s just too hard to separate what David Tennant did with what he was given to work with. If you took this whole movie and rewrote all the dialogue like you might normally write an action/drama movie? 'The truth of the matter is, if you don't think Shakespeare is a great poet, you haven't done the work to encounter him as he demands to be encountered'. This is actually a credit to the direction, not so much the acting, as it’s all about the camera work and whether we’re looking at the scene through Gertrude’s eyes, or Hamlet’s. His eyes just look that way, he can't help it. Truer words were never spoken. That speech is so crucial to the play, and Tenant wrecks it completely. But what I couldn't figure out from his portrayal was, is this a perfectly sane kid who is acting this way because he knows he can get away with it, or has he really lost it? Also faithful to your calling to replace the sickly, repulsive Jesus with The Elegant Aristocratic Visage Of The Fuhrer. Having been privy to the "clowns" Shakespeare had already written into the play, they would have been much more appreciative of Hamlet's great wit and intelligence; words, words, words, energetically and "wittily delivered". Ok, here we go! I wouldn’t have expected Claudius to do any of the dirty work, but he’d have no trouble having his goons do it. Here it’s all about Claudius and Hamlet, and everybody else pales in comparison. We Shakespeare geeks can go debate how he delivered the third soliloquy, but the Dr. Who geeks are going to go and debate how he *behaved* during the Mousetrap scene. Face Masks, Stickers, Tote Bags, and other Accessories, The Play That I Will Never Stop Seeing Is …. They've *told* Claudius, and he gets it, that Hamlet's only acting nuts. > > > YOU'RE A SCREW UP OF A DIFFERENT ORDER, WEBB, YOU CONSTANTLY > WANT ATTENTION (HMMM, LIKE ESSEX, AND YOUR "SOCIALIZING IS > UTTERLY DRAINING. I’ve honestly never seen Dr. Who, none of them, so I come to David Tennant’s performance with no preconceptions. And so, twenty years older, we’re here to pen our thoughts on the plays of William Shakespeare. Even the nerdiest nerd will, pushed to his limits, throw that haymaker punch that knocks the bully out. She seems to know what's happening to her. The only thing we can do is play on the one string we have, and that is our attitude. Healing quotes. And the lack of eye contact at the beginning read as being severely uncomfortable with the way everyone acted as if the status was quo when it really wasn't.Each gesture and look seemed to support the text – though I agree that the looking into the camera was distractingly bad (except when he rolled his eyes at us during Polonius' "historical pastoral, pastoral tragical…" that was hilarious). I have a job and a car to drive. He’s exactly the kind of king who, after Hamlet kills Polonius, has his thugs tie Hamlet to a chair down in the soundproof basement before coming down, taking off his jacket, rolling up his sleeves … they don’t end up going for any sort of interrogation/torture sequence, but they well could have. All in all, nothing compares to live. Here is the dynamic as it has been put forth by many great people through the ages: Abraham Lincoln said it like this; "Most folks are about as happy as they make up their minds to be. The first author to express this thought in English was probably Geoffrey Chaucer. In a weird directorial choice, crazy apparently does mean stripping near naked (not sure if she went the full monty on the live show) in front of the king before running off. Truer words were never spoken…! Simply dreadful. Within the first ten minutes, I stood vastly corrected! if you are trying to be someone you aren’t, then you are just not going to be happy. their ad campaign has alienated all their "old" subscribers… but the day the play starts the parking lot is filled with Goth kids and nerds and punks in ripped jeans because they heard this production was cutting edge and new. You’d have the same movie. your own Pins on Pinterest i think i liked Horatio the best, to be honest. i was truly disappointed in Stewart's subdued, minimal approach to the play within the play. He seemed more grandfatherly and less cold, calculating evil. He was just sort of there, like one of the boys hanging out, Claudius coming to see what the night watch was up to. He’s got the throne, he’s got the queen, he’s got everything well in hand and he knows it. Yes, the Ghost is more often double-cast with the Gravedigger, the Player King, or both, but I know an actor right now who is playing Claudius and the ghost. On the Customize screen turn off the Use default mobile theme option under Advanced Options. Nothing like the sun. Whenever I've read the play, this is how I've always understood him. Polonius is…irritating. But was that the whole point, just to have him rip one out of the wall? There are written commentaries of the production when it was first performed that talk about how active Hamlet was; he ran around the stage and acted like a crazy person, and this is part of what the people loved about him. Your eyes? I can't help but feel the specificity of singling out an audience member helps enormously in delivering asides. All I can say is that there's a moment when you'll stare aghast at your screen and mutter a disbelieving "Oh, Patrick…no…oh, no"… It is the biggest WTF moment in a movie full of them. In the most obvious scene, where Claudius and Polonius are spying on Hamlet and Ophelia, they are hidden behind a two way mirror. This movie was more for them than for us. Later, Stewart’s ghost physically interacts with Hamlet. And what made Tenant think the audience longed to … I think that’s the crucial distinction. On to the supporting cast, and by that I basically mean Patrick Stewart. So, who moved them? Before he ever sees the ghost, he’s got issues. Among the supporting cast I think her performance one of the best. Many a true word is spoken in jest is an adage, aphorism or proverb.A version of this appears in the Prologue to "The Cook's Tale" (written in 1390) by Geoffrey Chaucer: "Ful ofte in game a sooth I have herd saye! But you're right, it was pretty understated. Unknown. ", Earl Nightingale said; "We tend to live up to our expectations. I didn't have your reaction to the actors looking into the camera, either. Parts were cool, like how the opening scene is shot from the ghost’s point of view. "Hamlet" is a play I thought, till now, was impossible to utterly and completely spoil. “We can put anything on a stage, because our imaginations can do that…” truer words were never spoken. He realizes, not that he’s been poisoned, but simply that Laertes is essentially cheating, trying to hurt him. I have bad moments...Or a bad hour but never a whole day. As to the interpretation of Hamlet, this seems to be very close to the original version. Can’t wait to get back to seeing Shakespeare in live performance (sigh). I can't even imagine that in a live theatre performance, much less one-on-one with the camera like that. He’s never a threat to Rosencrantz and Guildenstern, and even when he’s got a chance to kill Claudius he’s too hesitant. He is, for most of the play, the … coolest … Claudius you’ll see. There are parts, C, where I agree with you completely. Charles Swindoll; We cannot change our past. It gets better! But this is a Polonius where you just know that you’d not want to be in the room, stuck waiting for him to finish his sentence. Not to mention that the Third Reich was despite its short length, the greatest civilisation the world has ever seen, with the most brilliant and charismatic… This shouldn't be such a surprise, as it is a fairly common double-cast. Ok, here’s my overall summary of David Tennant as Hamlet. "Truer words were never spoken" - William Shakespeare #AQuoteAboutQuotes #SeeWhatWeDidThere #TotallyMeta This brings up the interesting question of what Shakespeare's original production would have done with him. Hamlet does it, Polonius does it. Ophelia never gets much to work with. Your email address will not be published. Sign up for our weekly newsletter and we'll deliver it right to your inbox! The work must go on. But I have to wonder what is. You are most yourself when attending to someone else…” A parent who majored in English remembers is that “no man is ever an island” is a quotation from John Donne, but can’t identify exactly where. But overall, I've had a markedly more positive experience of the production. 4 comments, posted by Buddy Wilds at 11:01 AM Truer words were never spoken… You have to see it. Such an incessantly hopping, scampering, arm-flapping, eye-rolling Skeletor of a Hamlet. Here it’s … interesting, but I’m not fully sure what the point was. I think that this was a deliberate choice, and it’s what makes me give this review the headline that I did. I never have a bad day. Recommend to friends. Alexi wrote…"What specifically would you have liked to see in the ghost?". “Of all sad words of tongue or pen, the saddest are these, 'It might have been.” ― John Greenleaf Whittier, Maud Muller - Pamphlet. it's a saying to those who live up to what they are being called (like a really caring person or loving father) because no one else has said it before. I have a roof over my head and food to eat. ", William Shakespeare professed; "Nothing is good or bad, but thinking makes it so.". The sign says "We are all connected in some way." So maybe that is indeed what she was doing, Ophelia mimicking what she sees in front of her. But neither group is going to be more right than the other. > > > YOU'RE A SCREW UP OF A DIFFERENT ORDER, WEBB, YOU CONSTANTLY > WANT ATTENTION (HMMM, LIKE ESSEX, AND YOUR "SOCIALIZING IS > UTTERLY DRAINING. They want to talk about him, and his acting, and Shakespeare is secondary. I liked the way he did the bedroom scene, for instance. If we could get the Harlowe family on Dr. Phil's couch, we might ask them to break down exactly why pride is more important than keeping family bonds intact (and if we could answer that … All you people back "home" in the northeast...I hope you are enjoying your latest snowstorm....needless to say, I am not the least bit envious. Truer Words Were Never Spoken There was a group at Artica making an artistic statement about how all of us - and perhaps all things - are interwoven. I wanted to share the experience with my geeks. Forgive my ignorance, but after watching the movie in its entirety I failed to notice the Patrick Stewart WTF moment… Since the film's been out a while, I don't think we have to worry about spoilers anymore. On the Customize screen turn off the Use default mobile theme option under Advanced Options. The cameras move and track, as if somebody is controlling them. tags: life, words. “We can put anything on a stage, because our imaginations can do that…” truer words were never spoken. Truer Words Were Never Spoken There was a group at Artica making an artistic statement about how all of us - and perhaps all things - are interwoven. It’s like watching The Office. 0 comments. Simply dreadful. What a dreadful Hamlet! I certainly have not achieved much of that. Our attitude toward life determines life's attitude towards us. But then there were the Tennant fans who thought he killed it, and actually made Shakespeare interesting. Example: "This is the best cake I have eaten in years!" Why shouldn’t he have some social adjustment difficulties? I think I had my eye more on the acting style and choices than anything else. Or bad, but there ’ s been away at school so it was n't Claudius to me Horatio... 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