Summary: Coriolanus is not for everyone, in fact many people will likely hate it. I can't say I particularly loved the film, but it features many admirable qualities nonetheless. The cinematography is really good.
Summary: The performances are great - but unless you have an ear for Shakespeare, this is probably not the movie for you. I liked it well enough, but it does take some adjusting to get used to the flow. If you're in the right frame of mind, give it a shot.
Summary: Most everyone puts in a good acting effort. I can't say much positive about the rest, though. The directing and editing had me dizzy and confused about the action and story. The fast-spouted 'Shakespear' dialogue only added to the confusion, because I am not used to hearing that type of speech.
Summary: Coriolanus is a great soldier of Rome. When he is about to take the consulship of the city, the politician-manipulated mass gone mad at him, betraying and condemning him from Rome. He then joins force with the enemy to take revenge.
Excerpt: Coriolanus is the directorial debut of Ralph Fiennes, who plays as Marcius Coriolanus. With the end of Harry potter series, it seems that Ralph Fiennes has entered to take a movie on his own hand.
Summary: Jag kände mig väldigt lurad när jag såg Coriolanus; ingenstans i beskrivningen står det att filmen utspelar sig i nutid, dessutom är replikerna i Shakespeare-stil (filmen baserar sig på verket "Coriolanus" av Shakespeare), vilket jag alltid tyckt är lite jobbigt eftersom dialogerna känns konstlade.
Summary: Oder: Ein Film mit viel Kraft "...und jetzt schau'n alle mal gaaanz böse!" *klick* Rom, Anfang des 4 Jahrhunderts vor Christus: Das römische Volk ist in Aufruhr, Hauptzielscheibe ist der hochmütige General Caius Martius (Ralph Fiennes).