Since I finally gave up on seeing every Woody Allen film about ten years ago, I've only seen three of his films - the obvious ones - Match Point, Vicky Christina Barcelona, and this one. I love seeing a good Woody Allen movie every three years or so. You've got to hand it to the man - he keeps plugging away.
I liked this movie for what it was, a silly little romp that's smart enough to make you feel kind of smart while watching it. Owen Wilson, where have you been? So good in this film - especially since he wasn't trying to mimic Woody Allen too much - although that might be interesting to see in a train wreck kind of way.
This was like Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure for grownups. I think Allen should make a series of these films going back to different eras. Why the hell not? That could carry him for at least five more films. If not, I'm looking forward to 2014 when I see my next Woody Allen film.
Directed by Woody Allen