• 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.


  • CastroArnold

    ★★ Watched by CastroArnold 06 Jan, 2016

    Uma obra chata com personagens chatos, um desfecho chato, uma construção mesmo tendo uma mensagem boa.


  • Martin28

    ★★ Added by Martin28

    It's 108 minutes of Jason Biggs doing an amateur Woody Allen impression. Every character is irritatingly pessimistic and mean-spirited and the plot is a mish-mashed jumble of random situational humour and scenarios. Woody Allen is so clearly trying so hard to recapture the magic of Annie Hall for a younger audience, but it's only too clear that the formula is stale and the relationship paradigm has changed since 1977.


  • Christian McCabe

    ★★★ Added by Christian McCabe

    Woody Allen and Jason Biggs star as Woody Allen in Woody Allen's run-of-the-mill, generic Woody Allen film.


  • Kurdt

    ★★★½ Watched by Kurdt 15 Dec, 2015

    Turns out 'that forgotten Woody film with Jason Biggs' is actually pretty good. It riffs on the same themes of love, sex, infidelity that litter most of Allen's work and it definitely doesn't reinvent the wheel but it's genuinely funny and well-acted. Yes, Jason Biggs is actually good in this. There was an opening narration (his character breaks the fourth wall often) where I was cringing due to some stilted line delivery but from that point on he fitted into…


  • sandrocorvetto

    ★★★ Watched by sandrocorvetto 05 Dec, 2015

    While i do like Woody Allen's work a lot, i have to admit he is a very repetitive director, or at least he can be, specially in resent years. And i don't mean only the fact he has a type of story and characters he likes to use and explore very often, but is more that the way he does can be limited.

    I had that feeling while watching Anything Else, don't get me wrong is a good movie, and…


  • Jason Darby

    Rewatched by Jason Darby 29 Nov, 2015

    Anything Else could very easily be considered the rock bottom of Woody Allen's career. Though some of his later films would be equally mediocre to bad, this is the one that best exemplifies the creative bankruptcy that Allen found himself in at this point of his career. The funny thing is that Anything Else, like the two films preceding it, isn't a bad film on paper. It's simply undone by the horrible execution.

    It seems as if Allen can't win…


  • Cinepillole Nazcro

    ★★★½ Watched by Cinepillole Nazcro 29 Nov, 2015

    Non è quel che si dice... non è il peggiore di woody Allen. La scrittura vitale non manca nemmeno in questo caso anche se gli argomenti ormai sono ritriti.


  • Cappie

    ★★½ Watched by Cappie 06 Nov, 2015 2

    Whilst I can't say I enjoyed Anything Else all that much, I was highly impressed with Jason Biggs, who manages to deliver typical Woody Allen better than most actors have been able too. Biggs is by far the best part of this otherwise pedestrian, shallow and overlong Allen comedy. There are some great laugh-out-loud moments in the form of the unexpected dirty jokes and a lot of clever visual gags, but this simply lacks any kind depth or variance from Allen's usual schtick to make it worthwhile. For completists only.