Doomsday is near; die all, die merrily.
I'll make this brief. Henry IV, Part I was not what I was expecting. Or I should say that the first few acts - which seemed to focus on the antics of the prince and Falstaff and their pals - was not what I was expecting. Nor did I care for it much. As for the rest of it, where the battle looms and finally takes place, that was more what I was expecting and had a tone that seemed more appropriate to a play about a great historical figure.
Not much more to say than that. Next, please.