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Danny B almost 2 years ago
Most accessible Shakespeare film ever.Star cast makes it look easy.Emma & Ken in top form.
Ramana Konantz over 6 years ago
My favorite movie of all time, surprisingly understandable for Shakespeare.
Starr over 6 years ago
Love this movie. Very well done. What is Keanu doing in it? I'll never know.
Justin David Henry almost 7 years ago
Branagh's Shakespeare film adaptations are the finest. This is no exception.
Don Lathrop 1 month ago
Car over 1 year ago
Cveti Kalcheva over 1 year ago
Malory over 3 years ago
Keith Haddock over 3 years ago
Irena almost 4 years ago
Lisa Witberg almost 4 years ago
frank mint over 4 years ago
Hope Triplett over 4 years ago
Cláudia Carvalho over 4 years ago
Tom o'brien almost 5 years ago
Gina Baldassarre almost 5 years ago
Caleb Alan Kestner almost 5 years ago
marija simunic almost 5 years ago
Much Ado About Nothing is a 1993 British/American romantic comedy film based on William Shakespeare's play. It was adapted for the screen and directed by Kenneth Branagh, who also played the role of Benedick. The film was released on May 7, 1993, reaching 200 U.S. screens at its widest release. It earned $22 million at the U.S. box office and $36 million total worldwide, which, despite failing to reach the mark set by Franco Zeffirelli's Romeo and Juliet, made it one of the most financially successful Shakespeare films ever released. It was also entered into the 1993 Cannes Film Festival. Don Pedro (Denzel Washington) and his noblemen are visiting their good friend Leonato (Richard Briers) in Messina after having quashed the uprising led by Don John (Keanu Reeves), the prince's bastard half-brother. Among the victors are the misogynistic and witty Benedick (Kenneth Branagh), erstwhile flame of Leonato's equally sharp-tongued and somewhat fierce niece, Beatrice (Emma Thompson), who is...
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