Wednesday, June 1, 2011
Midnight in Paris Review - 4 Stars
One of Woody Allen’s most delightful comedies in years. Owen Wilson plays a Woody Allen character, a nostalgia buff on vacation in Paris with fiancé Rachel McAdams. Wilson longs to see the Paris of the 1920′s, and somehow manages to find a cab (only available at Midnight) that transports him to the world of Hemingway, Picasso, and Gertrude Stein. Of course, his friends remain puzzled. Change is in the wind. Does it deliver what it promises? Entertaining comedy. Is it entertaining? Easy to watch. Is it worth the price of admission? Delightful.