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ColeSmithey.com

June 14, 2008

Good.
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ColeSmithey.com
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January 29, 2012

[VIDEO ESSAY] Toward "turning many years into an hourglass," Branagh the screenwriter condenses "King Henry the Fifth," while adding in elements from the first and second parts of "King Henry the Fourth." The effect is seamless.
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Time Out
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June 24, 2006

Branagh succeeds in his blunt, robust portrayal of the Soldier-King, hauling the film along in the wake of his own gung-ho performance.
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Kalamazoo Gazette

November 12, 2004

Shakespeare with guts, passion and spectacle
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New York Times

May 21, 2003

Mr. Branagh's Henry has psychological heft and intellectual weight.
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The Dissolve
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February 04, 2015

There's a boldness to Branagh's Henry V, which shows off the cinematic possibilities of Shakespeare without a lot of distracting razzle-dazzle.
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Variety
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July 01, 2008

A stirring, gritty and enjoyable pic which offers a plethora of fine performances from some of the U.K.'s brightest talents.
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Film4
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July 01, 2008

Like Sir Larry's, this remains Branagh's best movie and although less spirited and more actorish than its predecessor, it has a modern feel and a grittier tone to it, notably in the battle scenes.
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Washington Post
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January 01, 2000

More questioning, more agonized, finally more humble.
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Empire Magazine
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July 01, 2008

It might never be as famous as Olivier's, but it should carry considerable clout for years to come.
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Chicago Reader
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July 01, 2008

The cast -- including Derek Jacobi as the modern-dress chorus, Paul Scofield, Judi Dench, Ian Holm, Emma Thompson, and Robbie Coltrane in an effective cameo as Falstaff -- is uniformly fine without any grandstanding.
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Washington Post
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January 01, 2000

In this alert, rousing interpretation of Henry V, Branagh beats down the doors of high art and drags the sleeping bard into the light of modern day.
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