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The problem is not with the subtle script its with the actors being unable to show the distinction between comedy and drama. If you had Diane Keaton and Woody Allen in this then it would be no problem as they can do both funny and dramatic. Will Ferrell seriously miscast.
Same neurotic Woody Allen banter. If you've seen any of his other movies you've seen this
Imagined in a conversation of two contrasting outlooks on life, two parallel love stories of the same titular character develop and intertwine frivolously to illustrate mighty Aphrodite's fickle temperament.
another winner from allen another lost review from flixter
A Woody Allen concept movie which is conceived as two different stories made up over dinner (with Andre). Both are started from the same point but they go in the direction of tragedy and comedy separately. It's really not very funny despite having Will Ferrell impersonating Woody Allen throughout one of the stories.
A typical Woody Allen borefest. Pretentious and unbearable to sit through. (First and only viewing - 9/7/2016)
"-You know, life is manageable enough if you keep your hopes modest. The minute you allow yourself sweet dreams you run the risk of them crashing down."
Another delightful piece of whimsy and drama. Not Allen's very best but extremely enjoyable and atmospheric nonetheless.
Melinda has 3 addictions and baggage. she is a train wreck.
Great movie! Reasonably funny own its own, but Will Ferrell has the ability to make even the most horrible movies funnier. Found my self very confused at points when trying to figure out which side of the story is happening. Another typical movie from woody Allen.