Films directed by Woody Allen

A Rainy Day in New York

By Matt Thrift

Timothée Chalamet, Elle Fanning and Selena Gomez sparkle in Woody Allen’s washed-out romantic comedy.

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Café Society

By David Jenkins

Kristen Stewart and Jesse Eisenberg lay on the old-school charm in Woody Allen’s Golden Age Hollywood satire.

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Irrational Man

By David Ehrlich

Joaquin Phoenix and Emma Stone go back to school in this charmingly off-kilter comedy-thriller from Woody Allen.

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Magic in the Moonlight

By David Ehrlich

Woody Allen effortlessly does Woody Allen in a lightweight, none-too-hilarious period comedy.

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Blue Jasmine

By David Jenkins

A career-best Cate Blanchett dazzles in Woody Allen’s heartbreaking missive.

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To Rome with Love

By Andrew Schenker

Woody Allen follows up the biggest hit of his career with an exercise in smug mediocrity.

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Midnight in Paris

By Adam Woodward

Midnight in Paris isn’t a clutch at yesteryear; it’s a statement that Allen still has something left to say.

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You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger

By James King

Like many of Allen’s recent outings, You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger feels surprisingly slapdash.

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Whatever Works

By Adam Woodward

Larry David might be plugging a gap between Curb series, but Woody Allen can do much better.

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Vicky Cristina Barcelona

By Jonathan Crocker

Woody Allen serves up a sizzling romantic drama with three seductive central performances.

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Cassandra’s Dream

By Emma Patterson

Woody Allen’s latest is thoroughly entertaining – but for all the wrong reasons.

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Match Point

By Danny Miller

Match Point is enjoyable, if lacking in a little charm. Woody can do better than this, and we know it.

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