YAM’s Top Films of 2013

#14 – Much Ado About Nothing


Featuring all the style, intimacy, tragedy, humor, and frequent collaborators that his projects typically do, Much Ado About Nothing is frankly nothing new or surprising for Joss Whedon. Even so, all of this familiarity is exactly what Shakespeare’s writing is in desperate need of and what makes Much Ado About Nothing such a brilliant production of a classic play.

Much Ado About Nothing (dir. Joss Whedon)



4 Responses

  1. Giacomo says:

    My reduxed list in no particular order, in case I forget for later on this year ;)

    The World’s End
    Escape from Tomorrow
    We Are What We Are
    Only Lovers Left Alive
    Inside Llewyn Davis
    How To Use Guys With Secret Tips
    Wolf of Wall Street
    12 Years a Slave
    The Face Reader
    Dallas Buyers Club
    Monsters University

    It’s a top 13, so far.

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