Critic scores range from 0 to 100, with higher scores indicating more favorable reviews.
Allen has been criticized for leaving some of the plot lines up in the air and several characters in the lurch. But he seems to be making a point: Neat Hollywood endings are as phony and dangerous as Cristal's ramblings. Read full review
Minor but still quite enjoyable. And like other minor Woody Allen pictures it becomes more interesting when placed in their larger context. Read full review
Good and very pleasurable provided you know what you're getting into, which is a comic roundelay of amorous ambitions and delusions-punctuated by wistful old ballads like "If I Had You"-that lead mostly but not entirely to disaster. Read full review
Hardly a laff riot, but then that's been true of Allen's movies for a while. It is, however, briskly cynical about human nature, graciously forgiving about human foibles, and situationally amusing about the spectacles otherwise sane people make of themselves when they trust their fates to the stars. Read full review
Has an empty, soulless feel. Read full review
The best scenes are hilarious sessions between the great Gemma Jones and the wonderful Pauline Collins as a charlatan fortune-teller. Read full review
Shopworn to the bone. Read full review
The movie ends just when complications start to set in, which makes you wonder how invested Allen really is in the little melodramas within this comedy. Read full review
Slight and only sporadically amusing. Read full review
It's a meandering and rather aimless movie that would be considered trite if made by another filmmaker, and yet it has such a family resemblance to other, better Woody Allen movies that it's easy to stick with it and enjoy it.
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Not if you're lucky, you won't.
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