Do We Still Care About Woody Allen?
Another year, another picture from Woody Allen. The sad thing is the fact that he makes films so consistently might be the best we can say about him these days. I recognize that he has made amazing films and he has a legacy that should be respected, but just look at this trailer for "You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger:"
It's London this time; Woody seems to dig it these days. The part of the neurotic writer will be played by Josh Brolin. I think it's about the problems that rich white people have. I will say the music is jazzy, at least. Antonio Banderas is in there along with Anthony Hopkins, Naomi Watts and I think I saw Anna Friel from Pushing Daisies (she'll always be undead to me).
So tell me, kind readers, is Woody still relevant? Better question: Does he have a great film left in him? Discuss.
(via The AV Club)