Much Ado About Nothing (I) (2012)

PG-13   |    |  Comedy, Drama, Romance


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A modern retelling of Shakespeare's classic comedy about two pairs of lovers with different takes on romance and a way with words.


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  • Amy Acker and Jillian Morgese in Much Ado About Nothing (2012)
  • Amy Acker at an event for Much Ado About Nothing (2012)
  • Amy Acker and James Carpinello at an event for Much Ado About Nothing (2012)
  • Tom Lenk at an event for Much Ado About Nothing (2012)

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28 June 2013 | l_rawjalaurence
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| Entertaining Rendering of Shakespeare's Play
Transposed to an American setting, Joss Whedon's MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING proves a highly entertaining romance. The two central characters Beatrice (Amy Acker) and Benedick (Alexis Denisof) begin the film as deadly enemies, but it's clear they're attracted to one another. They are brought together due to a combination of clear-headed thinking and clever machinations by their friends. Denisof is very good with his body; in one sequence he stretches and preens himself in front of Beatrice, much to her disgust. Acker has an equally funny scene where she tries to conceal herself beneath a kitchen unit. The supporting cast are equally good: I particularly liked Clark Gregg's Leonato, concealing a passionate nature beneath a cloak of respectability, and Jillian Morgese's Hero, a well-brought up girl wrongfully accused of adultery. Shot in atmospheric black-and-white in a country house over a period of sixteen days, the film makes wonderful use of light and shade. The verse-speaking is clear and lucid, and the story abundantly clear. I really admired this film; definitely worth a second look.

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