Cassandra’s Dream by far. Worst cast,weak screenplay,amateurish director. i havnt seen all of his film but imo it would be the worst one in his entire career.
Melinda and Melinda was the worst. I LOVE his films, especially Annie Hall, but since the 2000’s startd, he just suffered. But I LIVED Midnight in Paris, THE BEST FILM EVER CREATED! (My opinion, also #1 on the list of my company’s top films of the 21st Century so far).
“Small Time Crooks” isn’t post-2000.
These films are not entirely bad but fluffy with no gravitas.
Whatever Works easily. That one sucked.
Well this is a tough one, being such a fan of Woody’s. I actually liked Cassandra’s Dream, and Whatever Works. He’s so divisive.
I guess I’ll vote for To Rome With Love, but with some reservations.
Ps to Reiza: Midnight in Paris was my favorite film that year.
– I love Hollywood Ending! Plus, it was my first ever Allen film, so its kinda special for that reason.
– Cassandra´s is awful mainly because it was just so dissapointing. Nice music though (if I remember correctly).
– Scoop is really mediocre but fun.
– Dark Stranger is so mehh, it basically a nothing movie.
– Rome is so bad I can´t believe it. Way to throw the excitement of having Eisenberg in an Allen movie to the trash and beyond. Though I did love the shower thing…but that is IT.
I’m a big Allen fan. I’ve seen all of the films listed and only disliked Anything Else and Cassandra’s Dream. I didn’t find Anything Else funny, but Cassandra’s Dream felt real amateurish.
I actually liked Scoop and To Rome With Love, which are both light fluff, but they’re good-looking and enjoyable light fluff. I found You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger to be incredibly obnoxious though, featuring not a single likable character of the bunch.
This one is hard only because so many of them are BAD…REALLY…BAD.
If I had to pick the best one of these, it would probably be Hollywood Ending, which I thought was kind of funny at times.
I also would put Small Time Crooks as a more decent effort than anything.
As for the rest….ugh!
I haven’t seen Cassandra’s Dream and maybe that is a good thing.
I will give my vote to To Rome With Love….but that could probably change.