Reviewed Aug 17, 2012
Caleb Caswell’s review:
While many love Allen's portrayal of love and relationships as a waste emotion and good-intention, the recycled tropes of the married couple that are breaking apart, the new love that appears at the end to show that the love cycle is well . . . cyclical, it all ends up washing the same in your mouth, leading one to believe that Allen has only ever really had one brand to sell, and it's just getting more metaphorical with age.