Callum tells me every year that this is a great film and I always say "you're right you're right I know you're right
Jokingly said while watching this that the key to updating a Shakespeare comedy is to make it feel a bit like Mamma Mia, and you know what? I stand by that.
Not much else to say really, it's good. The casting: good. The acting: good. The use of the fucking MASSIVE stage: very good. That one woman who appears during scene transitions with various woodwind instruments: the best thing about the entire damn play.