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Customer Review

Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 29 March 2021
Obviously the quality of Woody Allen's output varies pretty wildly these days - nobody could keep up the string of masterpieces that he was coming out with at one time, but films like this one demonstrate that his talent still burns. Not as brightly as in his younger days obviously but even a lesser film from Allen is still more interesting than the bulk of other releases.

It's a sweet romcom but with enough bite and cynicism to keep it spiky. The dialogue is from an old man who doesn't know how young people speak and it's all the better for that. He's not chasing contemporary references or worrying about authenticity - just telling a fun story. New York looks beautiful, there are some great performances, unpredictable plotting and the occasional clunker of a line but nothing that derails the film.

A very respectable addition to an amazing collection of films.
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