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How many people were killed in Independence Day? Armageddon, anyone? Kill Bill? Kill Bill VOLUME TWO? Pulp Fiction? Just about any other Tarantino film?
Die Hard? Jurassic Park? Just about any big-budget film made since Gone With the Wind? There is needless violence in just about EVERY MOVIE MADE these days.
And forget about television. The American Medical Association recently published a report claiming that children in the United States, living in a home with cable television or a VCR, typically witness around 32, murders and 40, attempted murders by the time they reach the age of How many of those deaths actually made us feel the desperateness and terror that would actually result from a violent death, of either someone we love or someone we just met moments before?
How many of those films had a message that could not have been achieved without all the blood? For all the above films, the deaths involved were there to invigorate us because we've grown accustomed to watching violence, and our version of the Coloseum is now the "action" film genre.
We think seeing someone torn in half by two dinosaurs which were cloned from age-old DNA in order for all of to enjoy the violence as if there weren't enough instruments of violence still living is really fun.
We don't want to be repulsed by murder, which of course we ought to be, but we find it entertaining nonetheless.
That's a little sick if you ask me, and THAT is the point of Julie Taymor's film version of "Titus. Taymor is renowned for her stage direction, and based this film in part on her recent off-Broadway production of "Titus Andronicus.
She also directed and designed the costumes for a musical you may have heard of, called "the Lion King," for which she she was awarded several Tony awards.
So her unique and self-consciously absurd visual style, combining modern and ancient design elements in order to suggest that violence has been one of man's favorite past times throughout the ages, really shouldn't be that surprising.
But it is that style which points to the fact that this is not a typical Hollywood film. A typical Hollywood film would be a romantic comedy or a drama about drug abuse and sex.
Producers have to take major risks on these films, because most people don't know that Shakespeare can be riveting, or even fun. It isn't better or more worthwhile than any other type of cinema, but it does happen to be one of the underdogs.
Taymor directed this picture with the obscenity of today's culture of violence firmly in mind. Why did the film begin with a deranged, yet oh-so-normal eight year old boy playing with menacing action figures, watching television and killing and destroying everything in sight?
Seems out of place, right? Except his appetite for violence creates ratings for television producers which perpetuate the whole phenomenon. So in an abstract way, he conjured up the violence - which then becomes "Titus," and he's made an active participant for the remainder of the story.
Perhaps if someone had taken Arnold Schwarzenegger into the Roman colloseum after he finished making "T2" he would've felt a little differently about his actions, too.
In other words, it's all fun and games until somebody gets hurt. PS - As for the ridiculous notion that Shakespeare "reads better than it sounds," any ounce of credibility left in the angry critique of "Titus" which inspired this message was pretty much wholly obliterated by that comment.
I suppose we have been force-fed infantile dialogue with more expletives than adjectives for too long, and have now decided to hate and reject screenplays that appear to be smarter than we are.
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From metacritic. Ancient Rome. Jessica Lange. Titus cuts their throats, while Lavinia holds a basin with her stumps to catch their blood.
He plans to cook them into a pie for their mother. The next day, during the feast at his house, Lavinia enters the dining room.
Titus asks Saturninus whether a father should kill his daughter if she is raped. When the Emperor agrees, Titus snaps Lavinia's neck, to the horror of the dinner guests, and tells Saturninus what Tamora's sons did.
When Saturninus demands Chiron and Demetrius be brought before him, Titus reveals they were in the pie Tamora enjoyed, and kills Tamora.
Saturninus kills Titus after which Lucius kills Saturninus to avenge his father's death. Back in the Roman Arena, Lucius tells his family's story to the people and is proclaimed Emperor.
He orders his father Titus and sister Lavinia to be buried in the family monuments, Saturninus be given a proper burial, Tamora's body to be thrown to the wild beasts, and Aaron be buried chest-deep and left to die of thirst and starvation.
Aaron is unrepentant to the end. Young Lucius picks up Aaron's child and carries him away into the sunrise. Apart from the deliberate anachronisms, the film follows the play quite closely.
One of the experimental concepts in the film was that the character of Young Lucius Titus' grandson is initially introduced as a boy from the present who finds himself transported to the fantastical reality of the film.
At the beginning of the film, his toy soldiers turn into Titus' Roman army. At the end, when Titus' son Lucius avenges his father by condemning the villainous Aaron to a painful death, the boy takes pity on Aaron's infant son, carrying him away from the violence as he walks slowly into the sunrise.
This ending is perhaps more positive than the ending of other productions of the play, including Taymor's stage production, in which Young Lucius is fixated upon the "tiny black coffin" holding the dead infant.
Julie Taymor took Shakespeare's script, added various linking scenes without dialogue while cutting some of the text and set the play in an anachronistic fantasy world that uses locations, costumes and imagery from many periods of history, including Ancient Rome and Mussolini 's Italy , to give the impression of a Roman Empire that survived into the modern era.
The opening scenes commence with a heavily choreographed triumphal march of the Roman troops, complete with motorcycle outriders.
The selection of music is similarly diverse. The arena that appears at the beginning and ending of the film is the Arena in Pula , Croatia.
Some shots of tunnels and ruins were filmed at Hadrian's Villa in Rome. The forest scenes were shot at Manziana , near Rome.
Titus' house is represented by an old house near an aqueduct in Rome, and the streets where he rounds up his conspirators are the Roman Ghetto.
The score to the film was created by Taymor's long-time friend and partner Elliot Goldenthal and is a typical Goldenthal soundtrack with an epic, inventive and dissonant feel.
Titus received a mixed response from critics. The site's consensus reads: "The movie stretches too long to be entertaining despite a strong cast.
Stephen Holden of The New York Times gave the film a positive review, making it a "Critic's Pick". This is the film Shakespeare's play deserves, and perhaps even a little more.
Club wrote that " Titus strikes a near-impossible balance between magnificently cracked high camp and a more serious statement about corruption and the cycle of violence" and that "[Taymor's] forceful adaptation builds to a glorious payoff and Cumming's flamboyant performance alone—he's a sort of fascist Pee-wee Herman —seems enough to ensure Titus lasting cult status.
The film received one nomination at the 72nd Academy Awards for Best Costume Design , but lost to Topsy-Turvy.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Theatrical release poster. Conchita Airoldi Jody Allen Julie Taymor. Anthony Hopkins Jessica Lange Alan Cumming Colm Feore James Frain Laura Fraser Harry Lennix Angus Macfadyen Matthew Rhys Jonathan Rhys Meyers.
Clear Blue Sky Productions Overseas Filmgroup. Release date. Running time. Anthony Hopkins as Titus Andronicus , victorious Roman General who declines a nomination for Emperor upon his return to Rome.
Following a post-war ritual of executing the proudest warrior of his enemy, the vanquished Goths, Titus draws the ire of Tamora, unaware of her inevitable appointment as the Queen of Rome.
Jessica Lange as Tamora, defeated Queen of the Goths, who swears revenge against Titus and the Andronicus family for the atrocities visited upon her eldest son, an executed prisoner of war , using her newly claimed powers as Queen of Rome.
Alan Cumming as Saturninus, older brother to Bassianus and newly crowned Emperor of Rome. Spurned by his attempts at claiming Lavinia as his new bride, he forsakes the Andronicus family and turns instead to Tamora as his new bride.
Colm Feore as Marcus Andronicus, Roman Senator and staunch ally of his brother, the ailing Titus. James Frain as Bassianus, one of the deceased emperor's sons and younger brother to Saturninus.
Harry Lennix as Aaron, servant and illicit lover to Tamora, and the chief architect of her vengeful plans against the Andronicus family.
Angus Macfadyen as Lucius, Titus' eldest son and loyal soldier. Following his failed attempts at freeing his condemned brothers, Lucius is banished from Rome and defects to the Goths, where he rallies a sizable army to challenge Saturninus.
Osheen Jones as Young Lucius, Titus' grandson and a key character who observes most of the key events. Matthew Rhys as Demetrius, one of Tamora's sons.
Jonathan Rhys Meyers as Chiron, one of Tamora's sons. Kenny Doughty as Quintus, one of Titus' sons. Colin Wells as Martius, one of Titus' sons. Blake Ritson as Mutius, one of Titus' sons.
Raz Degan as Alarbus, Tamora's eldest son who is sacrificed, setting the events of the play into motion.
Geraldine McEwan as the Nurse, who brings Aaron his son. Bah Souleymane as Aaron's infant child. Main article: Titus soundtrack.
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