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From Joss Whedon, acclaimed Director of The Avengers: Assemble, and a stand out cast of Whedon s regular actors, comes this stunning new vision of Shakespeare's classic comedy. When Leonato, the Governor of Messina is visited by his friend Don Pedro, he is accompanied by two of his officers: Benedick and Claudio. Claudio falls for Leonato s daughter Hero, while Benedick verbally spars with Beatrice , the governors niece. A series of comic and tragic events help keep the two couples from truly finding happiness - but then again perhaps love may prevail in the end!
Second to none - 4 STAR --The Guardian
Everyone should see this movie --ign
Masterpiece - 5 STARS --HeyUGuys.co.uk
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I teach 11th Grade Shakespeare.
Upon announcing we were watching this, my kids were fairly excited. We brought in popcorn, soda, etc.--made it a special movie day.
Besides a slew of their gasps, and laughter--they were SILENT the whole time: enthralled, and captivated.
We had such a great time, they were so appreciative of the interpretation, had so many opinions to voice, and finally understood Shakespeare.
Amy Acker and Alexis Denisof may not be as golden-throated in speaking the Bard's verse as Thompson and Branagh, but they are just as adept in portraying Beatrice and Benedick's emotions, and they are the superior physical comedians. In fact, Whedon's cast is wonderful straight down the line: Reed Diamond as Don Pedro, Clark Gregg ss Leonato, and especially Nathan Fillion as Dogberry. Fillion's masterful underplaying, taking full advantage of every malaprop, is better than Michael Keaton's heavily Beetlejuiced portrayal in Branagh's film. Also, Sean Maher is incomparably better as the treacherous Don John than Keanu Reeves, who looked perfect but sounded like he was coming out of anesthesia.
The B&W photography in Whedon's film creates its own cool, jazz-tinged magic, an enormous contrast to the occasionally forced hilarity in Branagh's version. Whedon's "Much Ado" is a perfect post-Watergate Shakespearian romp.
Joss Whedon actually filmed this at his Los Angeles home and many of the actors did their own wardrobe. It was a labor of love and it shows.
I highly recommend giving this a watch.
The song "Sigh No More" wa my favorite part of the film. Joss shows his brilliance as a musician once again by putting Shakespeare's poem to haunting melody. Jed Whedon and Maurissa Tancharoen nail it in their performance (you may recognize the couple from Dr. Horrible's Sing Along Blog). And finally, the setting--Whedon's actual home--is a real winner. All in all, the film is just fun, unpretentious, and bears repeat viewing (thank you, William Shakespeare). It is certainly worth a couple of hours' time for anyone who is a fan of Shakespeare or romantic comedy.
I absolutely love the song "Sigh no More" sung during the party scene. Zach Whedon did a b
For anyone who has wondered, "What's the big deal about Shakespeare?", go and see this film, and you will understand.
This story was written four hundred years ago, and yet in this production it has been slipped gently into the present day, and without other modification than extreme cleverness in the setting of scenes, the play still works.
It works because the director and actors trust the words. The words give them the situation, the relationships between the characters, and each character's attitudes and objectives.
I've never seen a production of Shakespeare, on either coast, or in London or Stratford, where the actors weren't winking and nudging the words, saying some of them louder, or, gods help us, slower, to make sure the audience understood the this bit is funny, or this bit is important. There's none of that in this production. And because of this, the simplicity and exactitude of each moment in each scene is clear, and strong. The play renders its power through its weight on each characters' hearts, and their love, pain, joy and desires conveys the story truly and lovingly.
The pacing is exquisite. The extension of the first night's revelry into the drunken aftermath of the cold morning light, makes the Prince's offhand marriage proposal to Beatrice finally make sense. The brilliant choice that Borachio had a history with Hero makes his actions, and his later confession, work. It also puts the proper weight on the little scene that is usually cut, where Hero is deciding what to wear.
I've never seen a better production of Shakespeare. What a joy that this one will run forever.