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A well-to-do Manhattan housewife, Alice Tate (Mia Farrow), finds her affections shifting from her stockbroker husband (William Hurt) of 16 years to saxophone player Joe Ruffalo (Joe Mantegna), a veritable stranger. After realizing her feelings, Tate begins to experience back pains and visits a Chinatown herbalist, Dr. Yang (Keye Luke), for a cure. Perceptive to her dilemma, Yang provides a series of magical herbal remedies to provide Tate the insight she needs to solve her problem.

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  • Aug 15, 2012
    Woody Allen's "Alice" has such an enchanting, goofy charm to it that you almost don't notice the unevenness and blandness of its script. The cast (which includes Mia Farrow, William Hurt, Joe Mantegna, and Alec Baldwin in an unusual cameo) does a good job in their roles, but their characters just feel empty and too conventional. As well, "Alice" is frankly just too long and not all that interesting, which makes for a dangerous combination. I won't deny that there are clever moments interspersed throughout, but as a whole, the film just isn't consistent or engaging enough to feel like it matters. Not one of Allen's finer attempts.
    Stephen E Super Reviewer
  • May 25, 2012
    Mia Farrow is an upper crust Manhattan socialite fully in the material world of shopping, parties and gossip, until persistent back pain leads her to a mysterious Chinese doctor ... flights of fancy lighten this fall down the rabbit hole but the stop, despite typically good Allen ensemble work, is ordinary enough.
    Kevin M. W Super Reviewer
  • Jan 28, 2012
    Much like Burn After Reading felt like the Coens trying too hard to make a "Coen" film, Alice, a loose reimagining of Juliet of the Spirits, feels like Woody desperately trying to make a "Woody Allen" film. To no avail.
    Jonathan H Super Reviewer
  • Aug 09, 2011
    Some scenes were pretentious, others scenes felt like sitting out in the park on a Sunday afternoon. "Alice" isn't a bad film but by the time you are done watching the movie, you'll easily have forgotten it. I was getting the feeling Allen dedicated this movie to Mia Farrow.
    Brian R Super Reviewer

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