Loved this movie!!! One of the best Woody Allen ever made.:)
Midnight in Paris
Release date: Jun 10, 2011
Directed by: Woody Allen
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Likely the most charming movie I have ever seen. If you are a fan of Paris, particularly Paris in the 1920s, this movie is not to be missed. Everyone dreams of being able to go back in time to meet their idols and here Owen Wilson’s character gets to do that.
Like much of Woody Allen's recent comedic work, "Midnight in Paris" exhibits strong vibes of pro-intellectualism, open-mindedness, and a hint of whimsy. Those themes, amid a brilliantly pensive script and perfect acting, make this one of my favorite films of 2011 so far.
Loved visiting Paris, birth place of my mother. Also loved how Woody Allen taps into our minds and makes us think as to what time we would have loved to live in.
On a personal note, having completed and published my book, I totally related to the emotions one has when choosing the "right word" or phrase" to help your book read better.
In conclusion, the movie was visually beautiful and real!
this movie has a lot going for it. classic woody allen situations, plus he finally managed to find a youngish actor who can mimic his neuroses (surprisingly)—that plus a really clever and fun story and structure. lots to love. i lots to loved it.
also i'm very knowledgeable about the subject, as you can tell by my multiple paragraphs and tone ;?j.
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This is a couple of hours in the middle of a delightful adventure with familiar historical figures from the art and literature world. I felt I was in each period and ,if course, it's a Woody Allen movie so there are some unusual twists. I was captivated by the story and had a smile on my face for most of the movie and walked out smiling. I would see it again. It is a must see for everyone:)
A clever and fun film about Paris, and a love for the past. More comedy than romance (especially if you know the cast of characters). Owen Wilson was great, Corey Stoll was a fantastic Hemingway, and Tom Hiddleston was a simply adorable Fitzgerald (a complete jump from Loki in Thor).
El tiempo pasado siempre fue mejor. La nostalgia tratada de manera muy elegante en una ciudad que te arropa con su belleza. Cómo vemos las grandes e inspiradoras ciudades cuando no pertenecemos a ella.
Past times are always better than the present. Nostalgia treated in a very elegant way in a city that wraps you with its beauty. How we perceive a big and inspiring city when we are simply aliens.
we waited for the next showing so we could sit together.
That sounds like the best thing to do. What theater was it? I went to Angelika on a Monday night and there was some seats left.
i went to angelika too. i believe last thursday at 10:15 but then moved it to 10:45pm. still so crowded.
Hopefully the movie was good enough to make it all worth it.
I was at the angelika as well, super crowded. It also took me longer than it should have to realize that the rumbling was not from the film.
Ever wonder what it would have been like to live in the "golden age" of writing, art, physics, mathematics? Wished you could have hobnobbed with Fitzgerald and Hemingway, painted with Da Vinci and Michelangelo, discovered the laws of physics with Einstein, or proved math theorems with Gauss? This is the story about that. Highly recommend to anyone who likes sentimental, off-beat character pieces.
Midnight in Paris is an upcoming American romantic comedy film written and directed by Woody Allen, scheduled to premiere at the Cannes Film Festival May 2011. It is being produced by Mediapro & Allen's Gravier Productions, & stars Owen Wilson, Marion Cotillard, Rachel McAdams, Kathy Bates, Carla Bruni & Adrien Brody.
Trailer #1: movieclips.com/scAXq-midnight-in-paris-movie-trailer-1/