Much Ado About Nothing

Created by: Kevin Ruechel

Most important event

The most important event in this movie would be the wedding. This is the main focus of the plot and where all the action happens. From the shaming of Hero to the actual wedding that occurs later on, it is both a place for love and hatred. When Hero left for a while and Claudio was given the hand of her cousin to take into marriage, it showed how much Claudio really cared about who he would marry, rather he just wanted to marry someone. On the other hand, Hero goes to great lengths to prove she isn't a whore and that she truly loves Claudio.
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Theme-importance of marriage

The good stuff, by Kenny Chesney, expresses the theme of Much Ado About Nothing, that marriage is important. When he says, "Well, me and my lady had our first big fight So I drove around till I saw the neon light...But he walked up and said, what'll it be? But he walked up and said, what'll it be? I said the good stuff He didn't reach around for the whiskey He didn't pour me a beer His blue eyes kinda went misty He said you can't find that here." Basically he's saying that the memories you make with them are valuable and should be cherished. The barkeep is coming from experience as he lost his wife to cancer and he wants him to enjoy the precious time he has to spend with his wife. The same way Claudio erupted in anger for Hero "cheating," is relatable to this song. They just need to talk and apologize to each other, "When she says, I'm sorry, say so am I Look into those eyes so deep in love and drink it up 'Cause that's the good stuff,” and everything will be fine when they sort things out.