Critic scores range from 0 to 100, with higher scores indicating more favorable reviews.
In its complexity and wit, this is one of his (Allen's) best recent films. Read full review
Smart, satisfying and compact but so modest in scale that only true-blue fans will sense - immediately - that it's Woody Allen's best outing in many years. Read full review
Woody's back on solid ground with his first memorable pic of the new millennium. Read full review
Full of entertaining vignettes that eventually make a happy mockery, as they're meant to do, of the tragedy vs. comedy dialectic. Read full review
With Melinda and Melinda he's (Allen) not just going through the motions. He's saying the game isn't over before you laugh till it hurts. Read full review
More accomplished, adventurous and original. Instead of Allen's usual investigation into the nature of existence, this new film looks at the way stories are created, particularly comedies. Read full review
The best reason to see Melinda and Melinda is Radha Mitchell, who has her grabbiest role (or two of them) since she broke through with "High Art." Read full review
But Allen can still write a good joke and there are some here. Not enough to say he has returned to form, but enough to remind you of what that form was. Read full review
The dialogue rings tinny in the ear, as if enunciated in the phony arc of a stage light. Read full review
Doesn't entirely work. Read full review
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