Much Ado About Nothing Essay | Comparison of "Much Ado about Nothing" to the Movie

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Comparison of "Much Ado about Nothing" to the Movie

Summary: It is an essay that compares and contrasts the differences and similarities between the play "Much Ado About Nothing" by William Shakespeare to the movie adaptation of it.
Shakespeare's Much Ado About Nothing, is one of his best depiction's of great comedy. The brilliance of the characters Beatrice and Benedick, are true testaments to Shakespeare's greatness alone! That, coupled with the outright hilarity of the duo Dogberry and Verges, and the light and fun theme of the story, makes this is a great comedy indeed. The movie Much Ado About Nothing did not fall short of the standard set by the play, in the least bit. The movie, although a bit shorter and lacking in some of the depth offered by the play, was just as enjoyable. The movie helped depict the emotions and the fun of the story better than the book did, simply because it was more visual. One can easily get lost in the language of Shakespeare, but the movie helps clear that up a bit...

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