Woody Allen's latest is a slapdash comedy drama set in London.
As it cuts between the romantic misfortunes of Anthony Hopkins, Naomi Watts, Antonio Banderas and others, there are glimmers of the touching film it might have been, and it wouldn't have been too difficult to fix the corny plotting, the am-dram staging or the stilted dialogue. But these days it seems that Allen just can't be bothered.
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