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* Let's all be honest here: the moment in the film's opening minutes where one character shouts "draw your sword!", is made hilarious by the camera immediately zooming in on the word "SWORD" engraved on the pistol's slide.

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* Let's all be honest here: the moment in the film's opening minutes where one character shouts "draw your "put out thy sword!", is made hilarious by the camera immediately zooming in on the word "SWORD" engraved on the pistol's slide.


* The cartoon sound effects used during the duel.

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* The cartoon sound effects used during the duel.duel.
* There's a scene completely unrelated to the original play where Romeo goes to the party and is so bewildered by what he sees, he thinks it must be the drugs Mercutio gave him.

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* Let's all be honest here: the moment in the film's opening minutes where one character shouts "draw your sword!", is made hilarious by the camera immediately zooming in on the word "SWORD" engraved on the pistol's slide.

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** Shylock Bank.


** Friar Lawrence has a moment of this too:
--> '''Friar Lawrence''': Young men's love then lies not truly in their hearts, but in their ''(momentary suggestive pause)'' eyes.

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** Friar Father Lawrence has a moment of this too:
--> '''Friar '''Father Lawrence''': Young men's love then lies not truly in their hearts, but in their ''(momentary suggestive pause)'' eyes.

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** Friar Lawrence has a moment of this too:
--> '''Friar Lawrence''': Young men's love then lies not truly in their hearts, but in their ''(momentary suggestive pause)'' eyes.


* The Montague boys leering and shouting 'I am a pretty piece of flesh'... at a [[RefugeInAudacity group of nuns.]]

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* The Montague boys leering and shouting 'I am a pretty piece of flesh'... at a [[RefugeInAudacity group of nuns.]]]]
* The cartoon sound effects used during the duel.


* 'HOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOLIEEEEEEET!'

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* 'HOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOLIEEEEEEET!''JOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOLIEEEEEEET!'


* The Montague boys leering and shouting 'I am a pretty peice of flesh'... at a [[RefugeInAudacity group of nuns.]]

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* The Montague boys leering and shouting 'I am a pretty peice piece of flesh'... at a [[RefugeInAudacity group of nuns.]]


* All of the cute little allusions to Shakespeare's lines dotted here and there as ad slogans. The best one: "I'll send it posthaste!" In the movie, "Post-Haste" is a courier service, like [=FedEx=] (note the typeface).

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* All of the cute little allusions to Shakespeare's lines dotted here and there as ad slogans. The best one: "I'll send it posthaste!" In the movie, "Post-Haste" is a courier service, like [=FedEx=] (note the typeface).typeface).
* 'HOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOLIEEEEEEET!'
* The Montague boys leering and shouting 'I am a pretty peice of flesh'... at a [[RefugeInAudacity group of nuns.]]

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** And again:
--> '''Mercutio''': Make it a word, and... a ''blow.''
--> '''Tybalt''': You shall find me apt enough for that, sir. And you will give me occassion.
--> '''Mercutio''': (walking away suggestively) Could you not ''take'' some occassion without '''giving?'''


The film manages to combine HaveAGayOldTime, ParentheticalSwearing and ThisIsForEmphasisBitch in one sentence just by putting a minor bit of emphasis on the end of Shakespeare's original line:
--> "Bring me my longsword, ho!"

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The *The film manages to combine HaveAGayOldTime, ParentheticalSwearing and ThisIsForEmphasisBitch in one sentence just by putting a minor bit of emphasis on the end of Shakespeare's original line:
--> "Bring me my longsword, ho!"ho!"
* All of the cute little allusions to Shakespeare's lines dotted here and there as ad slogans. The best one: "I'll send it posthaste!" In the movie, "Post-Haste" is a courier service, like [=FedEx=] (note the typeface).

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The film manages to combine HaveAGayOldTime, ParentheticalSwearing and ThisIsForEmphasisBitch in one sentence just by putting a minor bit of emphasis on the end of Shakespeare's original line:
--> "Bring me my longsword, ho!"

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