Right now, in my Cool classroom, it is all Romeo and Juliet, all the time. I'm trying to restrain myself from writing thousands of R&J posts, but I thought this one might be okay.
We just finished reading Act 1, so we're watching film clips from a few different versions to compare. Of course, we always watch part of the Zefferelli classic, which I mainly enjoy because Michael York plays Tybalt. You might know him as Basil Exposition in the Austin Powers movies, but as a young Shakespearean actor, he was incredibly dishy. Even some of my 9th grade girls usually find him good-looking. I find him just plain ol' yummy, which helps me get through my 4,000th watching of this film. If only he didn't peg out in Act 3.