Rated PG-13 · 94 minutes · 2011

Fantasy, Romantic comedy
Midnight in Paris is a return to form for Woody Allen, who became well-known for his smart comedies, but hasn’t made much to laugh about over the last 15 years. This is his most energetic, original comedy since the caustic Deconstructing Harry. It’s also a return to form for Owen Wilson, playing the archetypal Woody character, a writer who lacks self-confidence and finds himself at a crossroads in his career and life. He also starts finding himself in the Paris of the 1920s, surrounded by artists like Hemingway, Dalí and F. Scott Fitzgerald. Filled with fun anachronistic jokes between Wilson and usually familiar faces as the luminaries (Adrien Brody as Dalí, Kathy Bates as Gertrude Stein), Midnight in Paris is an entertaining little pastry of a film. It could be better, but considering Allen’s most recent comedies, it could be a lot worse.

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Official Site: www.sonyclassics.com/midnightinparis
Director: Woody Allen
Producer: Letty Aronson, Stephen Tenenbaum, Jaume Roures and Javier Méndez
Cast: Owen Wilson, Rachel McAdams, Marion Cotillard, Michael Sheen, Kathy Bates, Adrien Brody, Léa Seydoux, Nina Arianda, Carla Bruni, Kurt Fuller, Mimi Kennedy, Alison Pill, Tom Hiddleston and Corey Stoll


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Portland Mercury Good Woody Woody Allen's Midnight in Paris is a shockingly good return to form. by Ned Lannamann 06/02/2011
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