Movie Review: Much Ado About Nothing (1993)

Movie Title: Much Ado About Nothing
Director: Kenneth Branagh
Notable Stars:  Kenneth Branagh, Emma Thompson, Kate Beckinsale, Imelda Staunton, Brian Blessed, Denzel Washington, Keanu Reeves, and Richard Briers

Benedick: “I pray thee now tell me, for which of my bad parts didst thou first fall in love with me?”
Beatrice: “For them all together, which maintained so politic a state of evil that they will not admit any good part to intermingle with them: but for which of my good parts did you first suffer love for me?”
Benedick: “Suffer love. a good epithet, I do suffer love indeed, for I love thee against my will.
Much Ado about Nothing by William Shakespeare

Final Verdict: If you are a fan of Shakespeare or Branagh, see it. If not give it a pass and find a better comedy.

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About Lynne

I am currently a PhD student of Forensic Psychology, which may explain the off mix of extremely morbid books sitting next to children’s books. Hailing from the Midwest in the United States of America, I have now lived in England for over 2 years (which will explain any strange grammar usage). From a very young age, my parents cultivated a love of reading, and never restricted what I read. When I reached middle school I began reading Shakespeare (a lifelong love affair), but had also discovered the wonders of young adult fiction. While the world may now expect me to read books more reflective of my age, I have fought this and am a strong supporter of the YA novel! Despite having very little free time, I still sets aside time for a reading every evening, and listens to books on my way to University. I dream of one day being a published novelist and published scientist!

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