I really need to stop slacking off. My list of films that I've referenced on this blog but haven't gotten around to currently has 330 movies, and that's not even including any movies I've mentioned in the last week or so. So let's bite the bullet and roll the digital equivalent of a 330-sided die! And we get... #138. That is... Henry V by Mr. Kenneth Branagh. I mentioned this in my Thor review, didn't I? Good to know I'm predictable, at least. Anyway, let's get Shakespearean up in here!
There are two wolves inside of me: The first wolf tells me that if I were to talk about more mainstream and/or recognizable movies, viewer count and interest in in this blog would improve. The other wolf says, "Hey, wasn't it weird that the female lead in Children of the Corn V: Fields of Terror was in basically nothing? Well turns out her film debut was in a thing called Big Man on Campus where a hunchback goes to college. That sounds weird!" I think by this point we know which wolf I feed, even to my detriment.
Before we begin, did you see the GORGEOUS new banner art on the home page? I commissioned a friend of mine and it turned out so much better than I ever dreamed. Her Instagram is listed at the bottom of the home page, and I recommend checking her other work out. So the blog now has a better site identity! Huzzah! And now, on with the review.