En Mass Spring 2014

Minuit à Paris

Author’s Note: this is my very first attempt in movie criticism. I might enjoy it so much I continue.


Even though this Woody Allen flick got a cold slap of critical reality, there is something so wonderfully nostalgic about its romanticized view of Paris. It had a lovely cast and Owen Wilson gave a solid portrayal of his typecast role of light-humored average Joe. It was a historical lover’s playground of getting to run around with our favorite Lost Generation. And who didn’t appreciate Tom Hiddleston’s earnest Fitzgerald?

Out of five: 4

Rewatch? : Yes but not over and over again. Whimsy has its limits.


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