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Certain echoes from Allen's own tabloid ferment get channeled through bombastic speakers here.
Deconstructing Harry is abrasive, complex, lacerating and self-revelatory. It's also very funny, most of the time.
In this nasty, verbose comedy, Woody Allen the director has cast Woody Allen the actor as a foul-mouthed, self-absorbed, sex-obsessed writer.
Too bad it is difficult to really care about what is going on since such a thoroughly unpleasant character is at the center.
Woody Allen's most foul-mouthed effort to date . . .
A slightly unpleasant and shocking film.
By turns clever, devestating, bitter and delightful, this challenging piece of work is easily one of Allen's most mature efforts to date.
Woody Allen não é só um cineasta de extrema cultura e de um timing cômico irrepreensível. Ele é, antes de tudo, um dos mais talentosos roteiristas que o Cinema já produziu.
La historia es maravillosa.
The film is worth seeing only for Woody's acerbic one-liners.
Witnessing Elisabeth Shue kissing Woody Allen full on the mouth in excruciating close-up is about as hard to watch as the wood-chipping scene in Fargo.
The lightweight story eventually runs out of gas and stops, but it provides little to take away other than some fleeting humor.
One of the director's darkest, the funny Deconstructing Harry has an incredible script (by Woody Allen, of course) and, as it's customary with his films (and more so with his comedies), an incredible cast. Allen, Hazelle Goodman, Caroline Aaron, Judy Davis and Eric Lloyd stand out in an ensemble that also features Stanley Tucci, Demi Moore, Tobey Maguire, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Billy Crystal and Kirstie Alley.
Harry Block has written a best seller... bout his best friends... he revealed their deepest secrets... and they're not pleased... now Harry Block is going to Hell...
The poorly balanced pedantry and disjointedness of this Woody Allen work can be pretty annoying; but some funny bits can compensate that.
Woody's blend of nihilist, fatalistic, atheistic philosophies is my life.
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