Once or twice a year I get on a Shakespeare kick. I like to watch multiple adaptations, often watching difference adaptations of the same play consecutively. I enjoy seeing how the material is handled differently while they are fresh in my mind. I think I'd like to find some new ones though. To explain a bit, I believe that they fall into three different categories... Literal - These are almost always edited (Branagh's Hamlet and a few BBC productions being the main exceptions) but are not tampered with significantly in any other way. Adaptations - Usually edited, but with original dialog. Otherwise, they are transfromed in some way, usually to another time or a non existing time. Loose Adaptations - Dialog and setting are changed, but the essence of the story is the same. An important note, probably half the romances ever made could be considered loose adaptations of Romeo & Juliet, so let's keep things reasonable here. I don't think there's need for anyone to waste time explaining how Valley Girl is a loose adaptation of R&J. Here is the list of my usual suspects... Literal Romeo and Juliet - 1968, Franco Zeffirelli Hamlet - 1990, Franco Zeffirelli Henry V - 1989, Kenneth Branagh Adpaptations Hamlet - 2000, Michael Almereyda Titus - 1999, Julie Taymor Richard III - 1995, Richard Loncraine Romeo + Juliet - 1996, Baz Luhrmann Loose Adaptations O - 2001, Tim Blake Nelson 10 Things I Hate About You - 1999, Gil Junger Not on DVD Hamlet - 1996, Kenneth Branagh Romeo and Juliet - 1936, George Cukor So, I'm looking for some good additions. Please list any you suggest and give some info, including what type of adaptation it is. BTW, I'm not really interested in filmed stage productions, such as BBC has often done. Try to keep suggestions to actual theatrical films. Also, I'm mainly interested in the Tragedies, but go ahead and list others if you like.