How long can Woody live off his past successes?
I have seen and enjoyed most of Woody Allen's films from 'Take the
money and Run' to 'Matchpoint', and I can definitively say that this is
easily the worst one I have seen. The screenplay seems it was produced
from the first draft.The plot was standard 'TV' fare. The acting was
so-so. Woody's performance as a neurotic mumbler is beginning to wear
very thin. Every time he appeared on-screen the film seem to come to a
stop as he mumbled and phumphered his lines till I could't wait till he
exited the scene. Hugh Jackman was the one bright spot of the film. He
was smooth, debonair and mysterious in his role as the rich love
interest to Scarlett Johannson. Scarlett was okay and Ian Mcshane was
underused and at times acted like he wished he was somewhere else.
Finally, this film just wasn't very funny and not very creative.It's
not that Woody has run out of ideas, but it just seems that he is
getting too tired to carry them out..
ckckck watch Syriana movie
Fandango watch Rosemary's Baby movie
Just a funny movie!.
sashech watch Chicago 10 movie
one of my favourite movies. I can watch in again and again! .
NOORNOOR watch Creepshow movie
I SEE ONLY ONE FILM AND IT WAS SO NICE.
sister watch Wild Child movie
Fighting temptations is amaizing. .
good movie, i will like this movie.
Nice movie following Woody Allen's traditional style..
i love woody allen movies, this another good one.
Scarlett Johansson and Woody Allen! Great combination..
Woody Allen's funniest movie in years...
This is, quite simply, one of most wonderfully hilarious films I've
seen in a long, long time.
Everyone's in top form here. Jackman and Johansson deliver
point-perfect performances, giving us in both their cases characters
you wouldn't expect; Jackman as a charming British nobleman (with a
flawless accent from the Aussie) and Johansson as a slightly nerdy,
slightly immature, but incredibly persistent college journalism
student. See if you can suppress a giggle when she snorts while
But Woody steals the show here, at his absolute neurotic best,
delivering one-liner after one-liner at breakneck speed. The plot keeps
you guessing a bit too, but it's really just a medium for the cast to
flex their comedic chops.
If you're in the mood for a mystery/comedy, you're going to love Scoop..