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BY Gerd superstar
The movie is a waste of time. But all the performances are really good. There is all this talent — but the subject of neurotic Americans is of less than miner importance and long boring dialogs don’t help to raise interest.
BY GrahamP superstar
Woody Allen got it right with this movie.From the casting,script and with all the actors,it made it all so believable.The story flowed so well that it took me into the characters with never a dull moment.It was easy to get caught up in the range of personalities.They were all so very different.The skill in putting it all together was obvious and I could not fault it.
BY filmlover superstar
Okay so I may be going it more or less alone here but this was not as great as the reviewers would have us believe. Sure Woody is a genius, Cate Blanchett is at the top of her game and the co-stars do a damn good job of this Streetcar rework, but having said that the whole thing is still a bit too hysterical and lacking in believability. Definitely worth a look but would work just as well on the small screen. Don't expect any laughs except uncomfortable ones.
BY adamatdramatrain superstar
Then there are his not so hot movies. The ones that make you appreciate Jasmine's words in Woody's latest: "Anxiety, nightmares and a nervous breakdown, there's only so many traumas a person can withstand until they take to the streets and start... More screaming." But, for every miss there's more than a few hits, from 'Take the Money and Run' to 'Broadway Danny Rose', 'Radio Days' and 'Deconstructing Harry.' So once a year I slope off to the new Woody movie hoping, fingers crossed, that he's back and every now and then - he is.
It really is a pleasure for a die hard Allen fan to see a really great return to form. The casting of 'Blue Jasmine' is spot on. Alec Baldwin, Peter Sasgaard, Sally Hawkins, comic Andrew Dice Clay - all superb. But it's Cate Blanchett as upper crust Jasmine that steals the show, as a character you'll literally love to hate and maybe end up loving a bit.
Certainly far from the knockabout slapstick genius of old, but with intelligent humour, a crackling script, expert casting and top notch production values, this, after the likes of 'Midnight in Paris', is Woody on a roll.
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