Friday, August 10, 2012

Anonymous: Great premise, good movie

By: Da'Mon Guy

Anonymous is a contemplative, artistic happenstance that offers an intriguing argument against one of the greatest historical figures. It creatively questions the integrity of the most performed playwright of all time, William Shakespere. The film stars Rhys Ifans (The Amazing Spiderman), Vanessa Redgrave (Cars 2), Sebastian Armesto (Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides) Joely Richardson (The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo), David Thewls (War Horse), Xavier Samuel (The Twilight Saga: Eclispe), and Rafe Spall (Prometheus). The film is directed by Roland Emmerich.

Anonymous is a devious, shrewd tale of wickedness and treachery. It’s a creative tale that romanticizes the validity of the claim of one of the greatest writers ever. This alternative outlook on the rise to glory of William Shakespeare. This argumentative narrative accuses the writer of being a fraud and then offers an argument to support the challenge validity of his claim to the groundbreaking creative works of art. The story of writer whose creative voiced was silenced but finds new life through the guise of a failing actor, William Shakespeare. This outlook on history deems Shakespeare as a charlatan who becomes the envy of the writers as he rises in popularity through the theft of the writings of the Earl of South Hampton.
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