Yet another review of Macbeth

Reading Shakespeare is like throwing a bunch of finely-aged ideas and deliciously nuanced poetic verses into a pot, mixing it together, plating it, and then dropping the whole thing onto a floor littered with nasty bits of Old English.

“roar,” says the less-than-confident dragon

He doesn't spend everything he has, because he's afraid of being caught with nothing to spend. He wants to find the best possible scenario to roar - he won't find it, because it only exists in his imagination. So he'll never roar as loud as he could, because he's always dreaming of the next best time and place to roar.