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December 11 2013

Much Ado About Nothing named one of Total Film's best films of the year. Iron Man 3 & Thor: The Dark World also make appearances.

Total Film not Empire? But still nice to see the little film that could on the list...
My top five: 1. Gravity 2. Much Ado About Nothing 3. Django Unchained 4. The World's End 5. Blue Jasmine. Hon. mention Iron Man Three (which would occupy #6.)

Not for me: Pacific Rim, Thor: The Dark World, though both had their moments.
@TheDoThatGirl my bad, fixed now.
No worries I'm just easily confused :)
Man of Steel also has some Whedon alumni, Harry Lennix and Tahmoh Penikett.
Much Ado definitely earned it's place on this list, if anything it should be higher!

Incidentally thank you to whoever it was who posted that the american DVD had all the missing extras from the uk bluray release. As as I had a multi-region dvd player I ordered it and watched it all yesterday.

I would say to those who don't have this option though, not to feel too bad, as the solo Joss commentary is much more interesting than the one he's on with the cast, so they chose the right one for the UK release. Don't get me wrong, the cast one isn't bad, and it's fun listening to them all having a drinking game, (you can even hear the clink of the glasses each time something triggers extra shots!) but there's so many of them that you frequently get people cut off from someone else talking as there must be a good dozen of them in the room! Wish they'd maybe had split the cast into maybe two commentaries or such so that everybody could have had chances to comment. But I do love that they made an attempt, and that they are all justifiably proud of what they accomplished. A fun watch!

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