Romeo, driven with a mixture of grief and anger kills Tybalt. Shell-shocked with what he has done, he flees to Mantua, avoiding death. Meanwhile, Juliet unwillingly becomes betrothed to a respectable man named County Paris. Though Juliet does not wish to marry Paris, her father, Lord Capulet, threatens her and calls her ungrateful. Troubled, Juliet runs to Friar Lawrence for a solution to get out of the arranged marriage.
Romeo then gets into a rage and pulls out his sword and kills Tybalt. After the scene, Romeo flees from the bloody battle scene. The Prince Escalus arrives the murder scene and he declares to banish Romeo from Verona for life. The nurse tells Juliet about the tragedy between Tybalt and Romeo. Juliet can’t believe it and she realizes that Tybalt wanted to murder her husband.
When Romeo and his friends arrive they are discovered by Tybalt, Juliet’s cousin, Who wants to kill them but is stopped by Juliet’s father. During the course of the party Romeo and Juliet meet and instantly fall in love. Romeo no longer loves Rosaline and is totally focused on Juliet. At the end of the party Romeo hides in Juliet’s orchard and overhears her talking about him. He then tells her he loves her and they make wedding plans that same night.
After the party Tybalt, Juliet's cousin, sees Romeo and challenges him to a duel, Rome and his friends accept. Tybalt kills Mercutio, Romeo's best friend, and Romeo kills Tybalt. The prince of Verona banishes Romeo. Juliet plans to spend the night with Rome before he is sent away. Romeo and Juliet are married in Friar Laurence's church but Juliet's father has already arranged her marriage to a local nobleman Paris.
Tybalt kills Mercutio, which causes Romeo to kill Tybalt in a fit of rage. For this, Prince (the Chief of Police) banishes Romeo from Verona. Juliet Capulet, according to her parents' wish, is to be married off to Paris. She does not want to marry him so she arranges with Friar Laurence to fake her own death with a sleeping potion that will make everyone think that she is dead. Friar Laurence promises to send word to Romeo to meet her when the potion wears off and to take her to Mantua (where Romeo is residing, after being banished from Verona).
Little does he know that Juliet's father wants her to marry Paris. Juliet is against this, and the next day, Romeo asks Friar Lawrence to marry him and Juliet in secret. The nurse then passes the message on to Juliet and tells her that the wedding is arranged for two o'clock. They get married in the chapel, and Romeo sees the Capulets in the street. Tybalt kills Mercutio, Romeo's best friend, so Romeo kills Tybalt.
Upon hearing of the party, Benvolio convinces Romeo to attend and compare his unattainable love Rosaline to more beautiful women to get his mind off Rosaline. At Capulet's house, Lady Capulet speaks to Juliet about her feelings for marrying Paris while Juliet's Nurse listens on, telling stories of Juliet's childhood. Juliet, although hesitant, promises to be courteous. Masked, Romeo, Mercutio, and Benvolio head to the Capulet party. Romeo is still depressed, saying he dreamt a fearful dream of an untimely death that will result because of the evening's events, but Benvolio just makes fun of him.
This however quickly changes after a fight that leads to death. Once Romeo is banished from Verona for the penalty of murder, love grows tremendously between the couple and drives the need to be together. The marriage between Romeo and Juliet is hidden from their parents, so Montague decides to arrange a marriage between her and Paris. With all the conflict arising between Juliet’s family, Friar Lawrence creates a plan that unfortunately does not succeed. His plan for Juliet is to tell her father she will marry Paris then go to bed with no one, not even the nurse.
Later that night they meet in secret and Juliet talks to Romeo from her balcony and they realise how much they are in love with each other and they decide to get married. Romeo then goes off to talk to Friar Lawrence to arrange the wedding. Juliet’s cousin Tybalt is very angry when he hears about Romeo gate crashing the party and vows to take revenge. When Tybalt challenges Romeo to a duel he refuses, but Mercutio fights instead and as he dies he curses both families. Romeo is extremely upset about Tybalt killing Mercutio and in a fit of rage fights and kills Tybalt.
For example, the death of Mercutio’s (like a brother to Romeo) transitions the audience to sadness and dismay. Moreover, the displayed happiness, and humor in the beginning of the story influences the tragedy setting the remainder mood of the movie (Goodykoontz, 2014). An easily identified genre is the displayed character type of Romeo and Juliet free spirit thinking. For example, they decided to marry within twenty four hours of being in love. Moreover, Juliet character is well-defined as individualist when she tells Romeo “you kiss by the book.” As much when Romeo meets Juliet he forgets all about Rosaline the woman he thought he loved.