Much Ado About Nothing

Much Ado About Nothing

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

A modern retelling of Shakespeare's classic comedy about two pairs of lovers with different takes on romance and a way with words. While Don Pedro tries to trick Benedick and Beatrice into falling in love, Don John tries to tear Claudio and Hero apart. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Much Ado About Nothing torrent reviews

Jake K (ca) wrote: 0 stars. can I do that? Booo!

Sharon W (es) wrote: loved it great action and passion.

David F (fr) wrote: David Mamet's 3 character play gets filmed, with Hoffman dominating in the role of Teach, a low-life thief with delusions of grandeur, a kind of variation on his Ratso Rizzo. At times he's so intense he nearly approaches incoherence. He plays off of Dennis Franz nicely - the two have a great back and forth repartee together. Listening to the rhythms and cadences in the dialogue, it approaches something like improvisational jazz. The play explores themes of loyalty and greed with a keenly observing eye, and almost manages to imbue within these wretched characters a perverse sense of respectability.

Allan C (gb) wrote: I've always felt this is kind of Peter Jackson's forgotten film. Before "The Frighteners" he's had his arthouse hit with "Heavenly Creatures" and cult hits with "Dead Alive," "Meet the Feebles" and the "Bad Taste" films. Right after this film he hit the big time with his "Lord of the Rings" trilogy. With "The Frighteners," Jackson made what I would argue is one of the best funhouse style of horror films. By that I mean it's a film that's very fun but at the same time also genuinely suspenseful and scary. A lot of films try to achieve this balance of horror and comedy, but usually they end up being more comedy (like the "Evil Dead" films) or more scary of films with a few comic elements (like "Child's Play" or "Feast") but mostly they seem to end up just being a mess (like "Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters"). I'd say that the original "Fright Night" and "Arachnophobia" are two of the few examples I can think of right now that difficult balance of funhouse horror. In this film Jackson and co-writer Fran Walsh tell the story of paranormal investigator/con-man Michael J. Fox who helps people clear their house of ghosts. Fox really does have the ability to see and communicate with ghosts, but his ghost busting business is a con he's worked up with a couple ghosts (one who gets comically chopped up throughout the film and the other, played by the talented Chi McBride, as a 1970s funky hipster) who scare people until they call Fox to rid their house of them. The story then gets much darker when Fox begins to see a series of murders happening by a mysterious death-like figure that only Fox and his ghostly companions can see. to reveal any more ruins the fun of the film, but many more ghosts are involved and a Charles Starkweather-like figure played by Jake Busey is also part of the story. And you even get ET's mom, Dee Wallace as a mousy shut-in living with her scary mother who's being tormented by an evil presence. The best of the cast thought is easily Jeffrey Combs as an FBI agent who's spent a lot of time undercover in cults and seems to have a tenuous connection with reality. Combs steals every scene he's in and this is probably my favorite of her many colorful performances, even over Herbert West in the Re-Animator films, which are classic. Trini Alvarado plays the female lead and is an actress I kind of forgot about. She is quite good in the film and I think I want to maybe check out some of her other films. Add in creature feature make-up from Rick Baker and one of my favorite Danny Elfman scores (and that's saying something since he has some brilliant scores) and there's really now way you can say this is a bad film. This type of comic horror film may not appeal to everyone, but it's probably a good one for horror fans to show their non-horror fan friends and relatives. Overall, I'd say this film is a classic that should really be given it's due. A must see for everyone!

Lariste K (fr) wrote: beautifully shot film plays like a textbook for cinematographers and film students, picture has faded in some prints though, additionally the pictures core drama of romantic betrayal focuses on a flawlessly attractive male protagonist, supposedly also an unskilled, hard living farm laborer with a violent streak, practically homeless etc. Philosophy academic and director Terrence Malick adds depth, drama and a sense of national history to the film.

Clay B (ru) wrote: ALVAREZ KELLY (1966)

Antonius B (ag) wrote: Clark Gable dials up the 1934 beefcake with his shirt off in one seen, and Colbert famously stops a car while hitchhiking by revealing her leg, but the movie is quite innocuous, and is better known for essentially being the blueprint for romantic comedies to this day. Colbert is a spoiled, rich heiress who runs away from her family (actually starting this by jumping off a yacht and swimming away from them). Gable is a newspaper reporter who's been fired. They find each other on a crowded train, and are forced to sit together. They hate one another at first, but after spending time on a couple of busses, a car, in the haystack together, and in a hotel room divided by a clothesline with a blanket hanging over it ... well, you get the idea. At one point he carries her across a stream caveman style, over his shoulder, and gives her a swat on the behind as they debate what constitutes a piggyback ride. They confuse each other's motivations and split at the end, Colbert off to wed another (and in a very pretty dress), but we all know where it's heading, and this one is complete with a 'runaway bride' scene. I don't know if the movie was worthy of sweeping the Academy Awards (and Colbert herself didn't think much of it), but it's still sharp with its dialog, and quite entertaining. Aside from the main story line, it has a nice 'Capra' touch in having everyone on a bus (including the driver) singing verses of 'The Man on the Flying Trapeze' to pass the time. I also smiled over this interchange after Gable's character had tossed some newspapers off the bus to make space for his seat:Bus driver: "Oh, fresh guy, huh? What you need is a good sock in the nose."Clark Gable: "Listen pardner, you might like my nose, but I do. I always wear it out in the open, where if anyone wants to take a sock at it, they can do it.""Oh, yeah?""Now that's a brilliant answer. Why didn't I think of it? Our conversation could have been over long ago.""Oh, yeah?""You keep that up, we're not going to get anywhere.""Oh, yeah?""Ya got me. Yeah!" (to chuckling from the other passengers)

Plain C (us) wrote: This film was dog shit. Oh my days!!! That cunt from years and years is in it too. cunt. I had a fight with a guy that looked like these pricks. He popped my nose with a sneaky punch at the beggining but then i fucked him up and got blood over all his expensive looking clothes cunty cunt cnt. film is so shit. worse film i've film of 2015 and i've sen Lucy.

Dawn L (jp) wrote: When my friend brought this movie over, I was like "Whatever"...But it turned out 2 b a pretty good flick.