Here is an example: Romeo and Juliet
You can't compare the acting, I understand that. These are the same stories, told in different formats, stage VS film. But the film brings you right up close in the moment, creating the feeling in the viewer that they are there in that second, with the characters, in that moment, right along with them. You can't get that on stage, because the audience is separated by the stage. Though the actors may address the audience at times, I don't think it is quite the same. The same feelings can be stirred in a stage play, but I don't feel its as often or as strong in many cases.
Maybe I'm wrong, what do you think?
Watch both clips and see which one feels more like you are in there in the moment and actually feel something. Post your response to those feelings or lack there of.