Take the Money and Run Reviews

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July 8, 2019
I have long thought Woody Allen to be one of the funniest men in the world, and now that his first film, Take the Money and Run, which he has written, directed and in which he stars, is out, the world is going to know it as well.
May 10, 2013
Rosenblum even suggested the use of New Orleans jazz on the soundtrack, which became a staple of future Allen projects.
May 10, 2013
A work of despairing acuity dressed up as a skittering gagfest.
May 10, 2013
Whatever its genesis, Allen's scraggly rhetoric evolved into the dominant comic style of the 70s.
May 10, 2013
Woody Allen's first directorial achievement is a frequently hilarious, sometimes misfiring satire of crime movies.
May 8, 2011
This good natured, episodic spoof of gangster movies was Woody Allen's first film as a director.
March 26, 2009
A few good laughs in an 85-minute film do not a comedy make.
November 3, 2007
Sight gags and one-liners abound in this funny Woody Allen comedy, one of his earliest.
October 17, 2007
Top Critic
June 24, 2006
It has plenty of hilarious jokes and concepts, like the ventriloquists' dummies at prison visiting time, and the return home from a chaingang break with five shackled cons in tow.
November 4, 2005
May 9, 2005
Allen has made a movie that is, in effect, a feature-length, two-reel comedy -- something very special and eccentric and funny.
October 23, 2004
Woody Allen's Take the Money and Run has some very funny moments, and you'll laugh a lot, but in the last analysis it isn't a very funny movie.
December 19, 2003
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November 12, 2002
Not really good, but interesting early Allen.
August 16, 2002
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