Probably not. Baz Luhrmann has a way of taking good things and making them bad. I just don't care for his artistic style. Romeo + Juliet is the only one of his movies I somewhat like, and it took me being forced to watch it twice to really appreciate anything about it. I really only liked the way he was able to intermingle Shakespearean language into a modern version of the play, and I suppose that's the work of the screenwriter more than the director.
SPEAKING of which, Joss Whedon has done a modern adaptation of Much Ado About Nothing that looks rather interesting.
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