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Much Ado About Nothing by William Shakespeare
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Jun 28, 2007

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The wit is razor sharp in this one, thereby making it quite delightful. Kind of makes you feel guilty if you're an unmarried man, however, playing with the notion of men's inconstancy in the realm of romance and love. Nevertheless, it's fun to watch the two main characters spar with their wits, and to watch their slow process of ending up together. That shouldn't ruin the ending for you, because it's a Shakespearean comedy, and you know most people end up married at the end anyway. The Kenneth Branagh version of the film is, as usual, excellent.

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