August 31, 2008

Continuing "alas, poor blogger"...

Week two of clips from and inspired-by Hamlet...

...from Mel's version...


...from Hamlet 2...


...from the Reduced Shakespeare Company's version...(part 1 here)...


...from Lucy Pinder...


...from Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Sex but Were Afraid to Ask...


...from Two Girls and a Guy...a SFW clips from a severly NSFW film...


...from Ethan Hawke's Hamlet...


...from MTv...a one-minute version...


...from Laurence Olivier...


...various scenes - including Simpsons clips that I can't find anywhere else...


...from Gilligan's Island...


Sadly, no embedding of the MST3K Hamlet...and you'll have to read the Stick Figure Hamlet...and most sadly, I can't find any audio of "Hamlet" by Richard Thompson anywhere on the web...no clips from Strange Brew illustrated how clearly it is based on Hamlet...

3 comments:

Mr. Echt said...

I just watched Rosencrantz and Gildenstern are Dead yesterday, after not finding Ratatouille on the shelves of the Blue Ash library. Coincidentally, I also started watching Everything you Always Wanted to Know About Sex* later that same day. Rosencrantz was pretty good, and I really enjoyed the various physics experiments throughout.

PHSChemGuy said...

R&G is outstanding. I'm an owner and had been looking for the DVD for years before it came out.

The little asides - the Newton's Cradle, the steam engine - are weird little things, and they're not in the original play, but I did love them in the movie.

Intersting timing that you had both flicks on the same day.

ame said...

Been wanting to see Hamlet 2. Seen it yet?