Midnight in Paris (2011)

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Title: Midnight in Paris (2011)

Genre: Fantasy, Comedy, Romance

Director: Woody Allen

Cast: Owen Wilson, Rachel McAdams, Kurt Fuller, Mimi Kennedy, Michael Sheen, Nina Arianda, Carla Bruni, Maurice Sonnenberg, Thierry Hancisse, Guillaume Gouix, Audrey Fleurot, Marie-Sohna Conde, Yves Heck, Alison Pill, Tom Hiddleston, Sonia Rolland, Corey Stoll, Daniel Lundh, Laurent Spielvogel, Thérèse Bourou-Rubinsztein, Kathy Bates, Marcial Di Fonzo Bo, Marion Cotillard, Léa Seydoux, Emmanuelle Uzan, Adrien Brody, Tom Cordier, Adrien de Van, Serge Bagdassarian, Gad Elmaleh, David Lowe, Atmen Kelif, Yves-Antoine Spoto, Laurent Claret, Sava Lolov, Karine Vanasse, Catherine Benguigui, Vincent Menjou Cortes, Olivier Rabourdin, François Rostain, Marianne Basler, Michel Vuillermoz, Kenneth Edelson

Release: 2011-05-11

Runtime: 94

Plot: A romantic comedy about a family traveling to the French capital for business. The party includes a young engaged couple forced to confront the illusion that a life different from their own is better.



 
An old one now, apologies, but I'm still catching up. I love Woody Allen's work and this was a treat despite being billed as a romcom. A slow start but then I was drawn in. Owen Wilson had an Oscar nomination for this. What I found uncanny was the way his mannerisms reminded me of Allen's own style. There's more to it than the blurb would suggest and you get to meet a lot of people... Netflix.
 
An old one now, apologies, but I'm still catching up. I love Woody Allen's work and this was a treat despite being billed as a romcom. A slow start but then I was drawn in. Owen Wilson had an Oscar nomination for this. What I found uncanny was the way his mannerisms reminded me of Allen's own style. There's more to it than the blurb would suggest and you get to meet a lot of people... Netflix.
Sometimes the old ones are the best. I love this too; quite magical I thought.
 
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