• Aaron T. Rex

    ★★★ Watched by Aaron T. Rex 26 Apr, 2016

    Jason Biggs is pretty decent, but like many Woody flicks that are longer than 90 minutes, the film can't sustain the fun and games throughout.


  • Chris

    ★★★½ Watched by Chris 22 Apr, 2016

    Jason Biggs looks like a young Woody Allen. Stockard Channing story thread felt like padding and Danny DeVito was rehash from Broadway Danny Rose, but the rest of it worked quite well. My favorite part is Biggs talking with his psychoanalyst about his girlfriend’s diaphragm and then cuts to Biggs conversing with Woody in the park. My interpretation is Allen is saying don’t bother paying for a psychoanalyst as your friends can help you deal with your problems. Perhaps not…


  • lubel80

    ½ Watched by lubel80 18 Apr, 2016

    I'm nearly finished watching this garbage, but I just want to turn it off. What an egomaniacal waste of time. How are good actors so bad in this? Woody Allen is beyond unbearable (both in his character and in the embarrassingly bad dialogue). Poor Jason Biggs is the surrogate Allen in this and I can't watch anymore! Every single one of these characters is completely despicable. Why would I (or anyone) give a crap about any of these jerks?!?!?


  • guybrush

    ★★★★★ Added by guybrush

    La película que cambió mi vida. Sin más. Mil gracias, Woody.


  • ArizonaJim

    ★★★½ Added by ArizonaJim

    This is just like a Woody Allen film. There is the typical Woody Allen story following a relationship from start to finish; there is the Woody Allen dialogue and one liners; there is the Woody Allen character, but it is played by someone who looks nothing like Woody Allen; but there is Woody Allen playing a character just like Woody Allen but not quite; and there is the Woody Allen heroine, all emotion and intuition and lack of self awareness.…


  • Gaz Elliott

    ★★★½ Watched by Gaz Elliott 17 Mar, 2016

    One of the things that sets Woody Allen's films apart from the masses is the writing. Those fast-paced scripts that defy the imagination. Anything Else certainly is a triumph in the writing department. It's typical Woody Allen humour all the way through & it's incredibly enjoyable despite not being one of those films of his that will be often mentioned in discussions.


  • EvanstonDad

    Added by EvanstonDad

    Simply terrible film from Woody Allen, perhaps the worst he ever made, challenging "Shadows and Fog" and "September" for that dubious honor.

    Allen's biggest mistake was in casting Jason Biggs as his central character. Biggs is just about as unappealing as actors come, and he's at his most unappealing when he's being asked to be Allen's stand in and deliver the neurotic Jew routine that's really only funny when Allen does it himself. He's not given a tremendous amount of…


  • Ned Meier

    ★★★ Added by Ned Meier

    Even sub par Woody is worth a watch.


  • Tom Simpson

    ★★★★★ Rewatched by Tom Simpson 05 Feb, 2016

    Woody's finest.


  • Justin Decloux

    Watched by Justin Decloux 25 Jan, 2016

    If everyone from Annie Hall was a piece of garbage and Allen decided to give the film no style, you'd get this.


  • Owen Greenwell

    ★★★½ Watched by Owen Greenwell 21 Jun, 2010

    One of Woody’s best, he and Christina Ricci make the film. Jason Biggs is a bit out of his depth. Diaglogue sharp and true.


  • Ed

    ★★½ Rewatched by Ed 16 Jan, 2016

    eeeeeeeeeehhhh... Bit of a miss. I enjoyed how hopeful and even inspiring the story was, but it's on the low end of Woody Allen's filmography.