• jamesives6

    ★★★½ Watched by jamesives6 30 Jul, 2015

    This would be the first woody Allen film I've ever seen and I must say this was a treat to watch. The following day I found myself humming some of the soundtrack to this film and my god! Finally a film where I actually liked Owen wilsons performance. This film will cheer up the most depressive person with it's quirky characters and original script. This is a must see !!!!

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  • Torben

    ★★½ Watched by Torben 29 Jul, 2015

    En sød romantisk film, som ingen rigtig kommer til skade af at se... En film man dog heller ikke mister noget ved at undlade at se...

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  • DSfilms

    ★★★★★ Added by DSfilms

    I have always think that Woody Allen is one of the greatest film directors,and what a more like from him are his wonderful screenplays.This is the best film i've seen from him.I love that i can see Paris in different decades of history,because Allen mix the present day with Paris in the 20's,and also he mix the real life with some kind of magic.

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  • Luke Ryan

    ★★★★★ Watched by Luke Ryan 06 Jun, 2015

    Owen Wilson plays Gil Pender, a writer who's lost in the past. Visiting Paris with his fiancee he laments the days of the true literary greats, and frets over his own work. I knew little about this film before I saw it, and I would love others to have the same experience, but it's very hard to talk about without spoiling things. So if you're interested in a film that deals with romance, nostalgia, and living in the past a…

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  • quablyn

    ★★★ Added by quablyn

    Paris isn't that nice.

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  • Nadia

    ★★★ Watched by Nadia 28 Jul, 2015

    It was ok but I found myself bored at times and the pacing might have been a bit too slow on a few occasions.
    I can relate to the feeling of not liking some aspects of the present and wanting to live in the past. However, for me I wouldn't want to live in a completely different era altogether, just maybe times in my past where things were much simpler and happier.

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  • RJSit10

    ★★½ Added by RJSit10

    The Woodman ought to have something new to say by now. And I am not fooled by his casting of other people to play him, particularly if he is going to make them speak in precisely his cadence. There is a moment where Owen Wilson exits a bar onto the street, pivots to return to the bar and actually walks like Woody Allen. I kept expecting to see those brown corduroy pants.

    The fantasy world was a fun idea --…

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  • Jon Birondo

    ★★★★½ Watched by Jon Birondo 25 Jul, 2015

    This review reportedly contains spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    Woody Allen's return to form! One grip I had was that I don't see this becoming as talked about as his other works in the future. However, I still think it is a charming and stunningly original concept that resulted in a flat-out brilliant film!

    *Formal review to come*

    I love how Owen Wilson channels Woody Allen's persona.

    I love how the time travel aspect is never fully explained.

    I love how Wilson leaves McAdams' materialistic ass.

    I love how…

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  • Mario Tellez

    ★★★ Watched by Mario Tellez 24 Jul, 2015

    Owen Wilson no se si asi sea el personaje, supongo que si pero actua como idiota haha...
    No me aburri pero no me entretuve tampoco, es medio vacia en algunos aspectos, y algfunas cosas van muy a laligera, pero la historia original y el final me encanto.

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  • t2kickassjedi

    ★★ Added by t2kickassjedi

    Midnight In Paris was a very weird film. It feels very experimental and it drags out A LOT but it has a pretty cool concept and great performances.

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  • lcgrant03

    ★★½ Added by lcgrant03

    Pretty straightforward film. Paris is of course beautiful, but none of the modern characters are really interesting.

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  • evanatthedisco

    Watched by evanatthedisco 18 Jul, 2015

    Perhaps the most eccentric of Woody Allen's films, "Midnight in Paris" takes us along the trip of a man living in the wrong age. He doesn't fit in to today's world, so he finds a way to escape it and live life where he belongs in this phenomenal surreal film. Woody Allen perfected what he does best when it comes to the relationship of two people, but mixing that with the fantasy elements this movie delves in to was a perfect mix and something I had never seen Allen venture in to. You're in for a treat with this one.

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