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Has some of the wit, sass and sexual candor of an "Annie Hall." But it covers the same kind of territory with more bite and bile. Read full review
Because Allen hasn't lost his knack for slapstick with a sting, Anything Else hits its mark more often than not. Read full review
At a time when so many American movies keep dialogue at a minimum so they can play better overseas, what a delight to listen to smart people whose conversation is like a kind of comic music. Read full review
On the plus side are engaging performances by Jason Biggs and Christina Ricci. On the minus side is . . . everything else.
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It's asking a lot of audiences to spend nearly two hours with characters as screen-unfriendly as the ones played by Biggs and Ricci, though both actors (and especially Ricci) do what they're asked to do. Read full review
With every recycled piece of business -- which is to say, every scene in Anything Else -- the distance widens between Allen and the elusive audience he pessimistically chases. He has never seemed less in touch with his own real, pulsing, 21st-century city. Read full review
The worst performance in a film that diminishes even the talented Stockard Channing is given by Allen. He's never written a more unpleasant, vapid or irredeemable character for himself, and he makes it worse by overplaying. Read full review
This seemingly good idea results in disaster. Allen has no insight into the current generation of young people, and his film is just a jumbled rehash of themes and motifs that he's explored elsewhere. Read full review
This movie is wretched, condescending, and sad, like watching an elderly man spend more than 100 minutes tapping his arm for the youth vein -- which he never finds.
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Too labored to be romantic and too derivative to be funny. Read full review
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