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Sadly, this movie made me want to go back in time to a glorious period in New York City in the 1970s and '80s when a filmmaker named Woody Allen ruled the movie world.
Fuck off bitch
Jul 19 - 04:04 PM
hahah i haven't even seen the movie but you're fat
Jul 21 - 08:04 AM
What's with the ridiculous and abusive comments?
Jul 22 - 05:48 PM
This film makes me want to never see another Woody Allen film again . . . ever. I'm going to be as generous as I possibly can - this is one of the worst films ever made.
Jul 27 - 11:21 PM
to "The Paczki" "worst films ever made???" Are you sure you didn't walk into "Transformers"? or the "Smurfs" movie?
NYC and Paris are my two favorite cities in the world. Woody Allen has captured both exquisitely in his films. And as Allen did with John Cusak in "Bullets Over Broadway", Allen became Cusak's character. Here Owen Wilson has become Allen.
As usual, his distaste for elitist idiots comes shining through in Paul, Inez and her parents. Here's a guy, Paul, who is supposedly guest lecturing at the Sorbonne and he can't even pronounce Sorbonne! But when Paul begins arguing with the museum guide in the garden at the Rodin Museum about whether Camille was actually the wife or mistress of Rodin, everyone was laughing out loud in the theater. Perhaps, Mr. "The Paczki" you need to know classical art and literature to understand and appreciate a Woody Allen movie. I would like to know YOUR credentials to be putting down Allen's knowledge of Hemingway or F. Scott Fitzgerald much less Cole Porter!
The actor who stars in the TV show Law and Order: Los Angeles was superb as Hemingway. Inspired casting!
I was transported back to Paris! It had been exactly one year ago that I saw M. Cotillard in "Inception" and before that when she won the Oscar for her portrayal of Edith Piaget in "La Vie en Rose." I see maybe two or three movies a year in theaters...and this one everyone around me wanted to see again!
Jul 30 - 05:39 PM
Felipe de Oliveira
"As usual, his distaste for elitist idiots comes shining through..."
I think he went a bit over the top with this, almost to the point of being preachy - one of the reasons why I didn't like the movie.
Oct 21 - 06:24 PM
What movies have you made bitch
Aug 6 - 07:55 PM
Sorry to rock your world, but when you watch Allen movies from the 70's and 80's now, they are terribly dated. They have not stood the test of time. They are no longer funny, as the humor was topical, and does not mean anything today. Just try it. It is as if each film has a time stamp on it. They were great back then, but now is a different story.
Aug 13 - 09:49 PM
Agreed, Mark. Although much of Annie Hall is still human and funny, there are several jokes and references that are specific to the 70's. I can't stand it when audiences look "blindly" back to the "glory days" of an artist as is they can never do anything relevant again. The perfect example is listening to old farts talk about SNL of the 70's as if those writers and that cast never threw in a clunker.
Aug 19 - 04:41 AM