He should blow enough balloons to tie it around, let it float over, and then cut the strings and drop it down on his enemies like a tiny anvil! They have to be really heavy in order to do this like so.
"Alas, poor Nike, I knew him. A shoe of infinite strength, of most excellent comfort. He hath bore my foot on his back a thousand time, and now how abhorr'd in my imagination it is! My gorge rises at it."
Why thank you sir, or ma'am, or miss, (I am, in fact, the last of those options ). I can now inform my English teacher that there was some merit in her swallowing her pride and teaching my AP class Hamlet.
I would also like to thank Mel Gibson for visually branding the play in my head.
She was not a fan of Hamlet until after we'd read it in class. I think it was our astute observations and keen analyses that warmed her to it. Normally she teaches Richard III, but her husband told her no AP curriculum is complete without Hamlet, so she reluctantly substituted it. It all worked out for the better.
No one does Hamlet like Mel. I wonder if the director realized casting him as Hamlet would cause him to go mad in real life...
Oh, she teaches Shakespeare, she just never wanted to do Hamlet before. I'm glad we read it too, even if my analyses were not as astute as they were on other novels. There's just something about the bard that gets me all tangled in my essays.
He must have seen the same in Helena Bonham Carter
Ah. Well, she's the first I've heard of that doesn't teach Hamlet XD
At any rate, it's a great read. Pff, analysis. I could never stand doing that, particularly because I was too interested in what I was reading to want to pick it apart, because it always spoiled it a little for me.
Well, I mean, she did become Tim Burton's girlfriend and played Bellatrix pretty well XD This director just has a knack for great actors, especially those who can act (or are) completely nuts XD