Midnight in Paris (2011)

the GOOD


Director: Woody Allen

Owen Wilson, Rachel McAdams and Kathy Bates

“You’re in love with a fantasy.”


Woody Allen’s take on nostalgia and Paris is charming, yet nowhere near as good as the brilliant VICKY CHRISTINA BARCELONA was. It’s also a good portrait of how americans see Paris, with the parents willing to spent a fortune on overprized furniture but hating pretty much everything about the town or the douchbag smartass always trying to correct the tourguide, while Wilson’s character is the exact opposite, loving everything about Paris and it’s past to the extreme. Can’t say i like Owen Wilson too much, neither here or in generell but he fits the role perfectly.


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