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Bullets Over Broadway (1994)

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Director:

Woody Allen

Starring:

Mary-Louise Parker, John Cusack, Dianne Wiest, Rob Reiner

Genres:

Indie-Arthouse Cinema, Drama, Comedy, Crime, Performing Arts

Origin:

USA

Certificate:

M

Languages:

English

Running Time:

95 min

Bullets Over Broadway

synopsis


Big city mobsters and the Broadway stage collide hilariously in this side-splitting, all-star comedy from Woody Allen that had audiences and critics rolling in the aisles. David Shayne (John Cusack), an idealistic young writer, will do anything to get his first Broadway play of the ground - even if it means teaming up with the mob. Surrounded by a host of wacky characters, including a tipsy actress (Oscar-winner Dianne Wiest), a gangster's ditzy girlfriend (Jennifer Tilly) and a mob hit man (Chazz Palminteri), Shayne's got to pull it all off before the curtain falls and the bullets start to fly.

member reviews

 
Like his early funny films.
Corey Ander
06 December 2009
member rating

This Woody Allen film is Woody doing his best with dialogue. The characters are all interesting and the exchanges are vintage Allen humour. I could imagine Woody sitting up in bed having a great time developing the repartee and chuckling to himself as each situation and the attendant jokes unfolded. The actors must have had a great time learning their parts and making Allen's script come alive with his humour. Pity that Woody didn't make a cameo appearance but you can't have everything. If you liked Woody's early funny films you'll love this one - Allen doing what he does best - lengthy rants and lots of jokes. 4 stars

100% of members found this review helpful


 
 

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