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Like so many Allen films, Alice wavers between scenes imagined with deftness and precision (like Farrow and Mantegna's astonished mutual seduction) and other scenes and notions that are merely touched upon and then abandoned before they can develop any rhythm and complexity, persuade you they were worth including, and justify the presence of so many nifty performers--Judy Davis, Judith Ivey, Gwen Verdon, Robin Bartlett, Alec Baldwin, Holland Taylor, Cybill Shepherd, Blythe Danner, Julie Kavner, Caroline Aaron--who mostly wink in and out again as cameos. Nevertheless, almost all Woody's looking glasses are worth passing through at least once. --Richard T. Jameson
Enough time has passed, since Allen wronged Ms. Farrow's children, to allow for my viewing his films.
I hope they're O.K.
(some of my friends did not enjoy this movie as much as I do) This is a movie about enlightenment... Read morePublished 29 days ago by Lucia Peniston
Not a fan of Mia Farrow. The movie is entertaining not a waist of time. She seems to play the same weak characters in most of the movies I have seen.Published 1 month ago by Elizabeth
I REALLY LIKE THIS MOVIE, DIFFERENT AND WELL DONE, THE ENDING COULD HAVE BEEN BETTER.Published 1 month ago by Kindle user
this is one strange movie, if it wasn't for Mia Farrow this movie would get only one star.
I guess it depends on what you like, it just isn't my cup of tea.
Had this in VHS form in the 90's and thru conversation with some friends, decided to order the DVD. It is a classic as far as I'm concerned. Read morePublished 9 months ago by A. Nelson