Saw this in Glasgow at the Glasgow Film Festival and it was fab very witty, made all the better by having the Whedon there.
jncorbett -> (8/3/2013 8:16:50 AM)
Fingers crossed this means we'll get a decent dvd/blu-ray release of the Kenneth Branagh version. The only one available on the uk has shocking a/v quality. Looking forward to this as it's a great story and it'll be good to see what Whedon can bring to it. Hard to imagine it being funnier than the version with Damian Lewis that the bbc did a few years ago though.