Friday, June 3, 2011

Review: Midnight in Paris

Woody Allen has managed to write and direct a film a year for almost every year since 1969.  He's a remarkably prolific filmmaker and a talent often deservingly revered by cinephiles and comedy writers.  When your resume is as extensive as Allen's is, people like to start breaking your work into 'periods.'  Early vs. late, comedies vs. dramas, New York stories vs. European stories, films starring you vs. films you're notably absent in, etc.  Tell someone you've just seen Midnight in Paris and the next question will be either "was it better or worse than Vicky Cristina Barcelona?"  or "how does it compare to the early work?" ....

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