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Much Ado About Nothing (7-May-1993)

Director: Kenneth Branagh

Writer: Kenneth Branagh

From novel: Much Ado About Nothing by William Shakespeare

Music by: Patrick Doyle

Producers: Stephen Evans; David Parfitt; Kenneth Branagh

Keywords: Romantic Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Kate Beckinsale
Actor
26-Jul-1973   Pearl Harbor
Brian Blessed
Actor
9-Oct-1937   Prince Vultan of the Hawk Men
Kenneth Branagh
Actor
10-Dec-1960   British thespian
Richard Briers
Actor
14-Jan-1934 17-Feb-2013 Tom Good on The Good Life
Ben Elton
Comic
3-May-1959   Writer, Blackadder
Michael Keaton
Actor
9-Sep-1951   Batman
Phyllida Law
Actor
8-May-1932   The Winter Guest
Robert Sean Leonard
Actor
28-Feb-1969   House, M.D.
Keanu Reeves
Actor
2-Sep-1964   Dude
Imelda Staunton
Actor
9-Jan-1956   Vera Drake
Emma Thompson
Actor
15-Apr-1959   Howard's End
Denzel Washington
Actor
28-Dec-1954   Training Day

CAST

Kenneth Branagh   ...   Benedick
Richard Briers   ...   Leonato
Michael Keaton   ...   Dogberry
Robert Sean Leonard   ...   Claudio
Keanu Reeves   ...   Don John
Emma Thompson   ...   Beatrice
and
Denzel Washington   ...   Don Pedro
Featuring
Kate Beckinsale   ...   Hero
Brian Blessed   ...   Antonio
Richard Clifford   ...   Conrade
Ben Elton   ...   Verges
Gerard Horan   ...   Borachio
Phyllida Law   ...   Ursula
Imelda Staunton   ...   Margaret
Jimmy Yuill   ...   Friar Francis
Andy Hockley   ...   George Seacole
Chris Barnes   ...   Francis Seacole
Conrad Nelson   ...   Hugh Oatcake
Alex Lowe   ...   Messenger
Patrick Doyle   ...   Balthazar
Alex Scott   ...   The Boy
Edward Jewesbury   ...   Sexton

REVIEWS

Review by Maria Biggart (posted on 10-May-2007)

This is a wonderful visually beautiful film. It puts Shakespears words over to both young and old viewers, in a fantastic exiting entirely realistic way. The acting is brilliant throughout. Its comic, frustrating & romantic. You can feel the heat of the sunshine and the whole sense of setting in a past yet present setting. I highly recommend it. I have watched it over & over again.


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