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Romeo and Juliet is a classic story about two young lovers who were from Verona Italy They were bound to be enemies because Juliet was a Capulet and Romeo was a Montague The young couple met at a party but Romeo was not supposed to be there bedside it was a Capulet party Romeo instantly fell in love with Juliet They kissed and she fell in love with him too The couple met secretly almost every day They snuck off and got married Their story is one of the most famous love stories because of their strong feeling towards one another It is a classic and it is known as the best love story of all time In the two movies the conflicts were very similar because the story line was the same In the first movie the actors were very dramatic in their acting Juliet was the most dramatic A huge conflict in the movie was Juliets parents wanting her to marry Parris In the first movie this scene was more dramatized than in the second movie The actors did a good job in both movies but if one was better it was the first Juliet in the first movie showed her love more towards Romeo because she was so hysterical towards the situation The ironies in the movies were verbal dramatic and situational An example of verbal irony in the first movie was when Marcushio said you ask for me tomorrow and you shall find me a grace man The irony is that Marcushio got killed by Tybalt the next day An example of verbal irony in the second story was when Juliet was going to take the poison her mom came in her room and said Get some sleep because you are going to need it That is irony because Juliet was about to sleep for two days One example of dramatic irony is the scene where the viewer sees Romeo barely
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