In my opinion that's bad news. Allen's films are best when they're comedic, philosophical and dramatic. This one looks like it's just going for comedic. But this is the story of Allen's entire career. He'll put out a work of art that will always be a classic then churn out a plethora of lesser films in between. As far as his lesser films go this looks like it could actually be pretty charming. I mean if anyone is going to take the stuttering neurotic awkward guy role away from Allen it's going to be Jessie Eisenberg. In fact, even though I'm 100 percent positive that this won't be anywhere near as good as Midnight in Paris I'm definitely looking forward to this.
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