It's a rather silly whimsical tale that rom-com fanatics will probably admire, and die-hard Woody Allen fans will neglect. Paris Manhattan tries to restore the 80's-Allen charm, but ultimately fails to draw the viewers attention. With some cheap tricks, like adding some of the memorable quotes from the famous director's films, it doesn't achieve a respectable comedic level, and becomes to derivative to be laughable. The characters are at least nerve-racking, and their affairs become ridiculous after only a few minutes. The subtle French feel is the only thing that may actually be accounted for as a plus. It's a good movie for a rainy day on the couch, but nothing more really.