Match point Followed by blue jasmine.
Midnight in Paris is my ALL-TIME favorite film. Thank goodness Woody Allen picked up his third Oscar for Best Original Screenplay for this film, which I thought was the best film of 2011!
If Midnight in Paris was not nominated for Best Picture at the Oscars, I would’ve picketed the Academy if I could. (And you can!)
Thank you for making these posts about Woody Allen, but I miss his old films!
i love Blue Jasmine, top 3 best Woody movies for me after Hannah and Her Sisters and Annie Hall
“Midnight in Paris” is charming but slightly overrated. “Blue Jasmine” had not many things going for it outside of stellar acting, especially from Blanchett and Hawkins. I’d go with “Match Point” if I wouldn’t know “Crimes and Misdemeanors” but as I know it, I’m going with entertaining “Vicky Cristina Barcelona” with magnificent performance from Penelope Cruz.
Blue Jasmine, followed closely by Midnight in Paris.
Blue Jasmine. My 2nd favorite Woody Allen film. The 1st being Hannah and her Sisters.
I will say Midnight in Paris as it seemed to closely invoke an aura that reminded me of some of his great earlier films.
Blue Jasmine is close behind because it did contain quite possibly the greatest performance in any of his films.
Other films were quite good, like Match Point but yes it pretty much was a British version of Crimes and Misdemeanors minus the dark comedy….and Vicky Christina Barcelona had its strong points but it also was very lazy in most of its storytelling structure.