Woody Allen

7

Good

8

Great

4

Poor

Irrational Man review

Don't bother with Woody's offering this year - it's far from his best. This one is full of reheated ideas that have blessed better efforts from him in the past.

8

Great

7

Good

10

Superb

Manhattan review (Blu-ray)

Among his extensive (and mostly impressive) oeuvre, Woody Allen has two undeniable masterpieces. The first is Annie Hall.

6

Fair

To Rome With Love review

Most of Allen's movies of the '70s and '80s never exceeded a 90-minute running time. Since then his films have become longer and his latest here stretches one's patience at times.

6

Fair

Midnight in Paris review (DVD)

So now it's Owen Wilson's turn to adopt the Woody Allen role in the writer-director's latest offering, that of the flustered individual dealing awkwardly with his wayward lovelife and troubled entanglements.

6

Fair

Midnight in Paris review

So now it's Owen Wilson's turn to adopt the Woody Allen role in the writer-director's latest offering, that of the flustered individual dealing awkwardly with his wayward lovelife and troubled entanglements.

4

Poor

You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger review

Woody Allen presents another of his typical roundelays of well-to-do characters experiencing troubled love lives and thwarted desires, back in sunny and picturesque London again.