I was hoping it was going to be worse than Luhrmann's last offering Australia, which was bordering on so bad it's good, but instead got a mediocre piece of badly framed repetitive exposition. I walked away commenting that it makes me angry that Luhrmann collects a group of today's top young actors, capable of amazing depth and nuance, and the ability to emote complex ideas with a glance, and wastes their time and talents by directing them into garbage "high school play" performances.
Also a terrible depiction of women as ugly, vile, and selfish. They all looked garish and mannish, and behaved in an insensitive manner. There wasn't one positive female character in the whole film. No inner or outer beauty.
Maybe I will do a proper review. But those are my thoughts for the moment.