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A tale of two married couples confronted with change who are forced to re-evaluate universal questions about marriage, fidelity, romance, trust and love. Blending his comedic and dramatic styles, Woody Allen revisits themes from his past films--relationships, commitment, and the complexities of thehuman heart.
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Like Match Point, which I think may be a metaphor for all Woody got away with, you can't help but think that this is what he was considering before he left Mia Farrow, the interesting thing is he paints her as the passive aggressive serial monogamist and he the loyal (tempted) but ultimately decent older guy....interesting ...well it still makes for great drama and real human emotions -so worth watching!
I admire the way the film works hard to avoid casting too much blame on any of the characters while not letting anyone off the hook for their actions either. Like all of us, these are flawed, very... human characters just trying to find a way to be happy in the thickets of marriage, divorce and love.
All the acting is quite good, although Judy Davis, while always great, and wildly entertaining, seemed a bit over-the-top on the ice queen meter, to the point where it was a bit hard for me to believe Liam Neeson's character falling for her.
Ultimately quite sad in it's recognition about just how difficult keeping relationships alive and healthy can be.
Just a fun treat all around despite the college girl/professor story line, because I think Juliette Lewis did such a good acting job, I believed her character would be into the daddy figures. Everyone's acting is top notch and there are enough Woody quips and jokes to spice it up. Judy Davis and the darling late Sydney Pollack were wonderful and 2 of the main reasons I watch this over and over, they were outstanding.
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Hot Toasty Rag, September 17, 2017
This Woody Allen drama combines many of his frequently used elements, bringing a fresh combination...Read more