O que se diz lá fora sobre MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING, de Joss Whedon:
«From its very first scenes, Mr. Whedon’s film crackles with a busy, slightly wayward energy that recalls the classic romantic sparring of the studio era.»
A.O. Scott, The New York Times.
«More than most adaptations, this is a film true to Shakespeare's practice of employing all means at hand to keep the crowd entertained.»
John DeFore, The Hollywood Reporter.
«The film isn't as fast and funny as it could be, although Nathan Fillion's easily offended constable injects some sorely needed comic relief.»
Chris Nashawaty, Entertainment Weekly.
«Call it a Shakespearean catharsis or just call it a lark - either way, the movie represents Whedon's least essential work, regardless of the material's inherent comedic inspiration.»
Eric Kohn, indieWIRE.
«Homemade as it clearly is, and first-drafty as it often feels, Whedon’s MUCH ADO will reward repeat viewings, for the adroitly paced dialogue, the debauched humor of the extended party scenes and the offbeat visual jokes.»
Andrew O'Hehir, Salon.com.