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For his latest picture, Woody Allen is feeling the urge to explore Hollywood once again, romanticizing the glamour and social connections of the movie industry in the 1930s for “Café Society.” The feature is big on costumes, locations, and attitude, but even for Allen (who churns out product every year), the effort is much too meandering to make any impact. Attempting to craft a sprawling comedy with a large cast, Allen encounters focus issues almost immediately, consistently unsure if he wants to make a movie filled with subplots, or turn a to-do list of subplots into a movie. “Café Society” isn’t very funny or memorable, finding Allen on autopilot, halfheartedly arranging bits of behavior, hoping that something will resemble a film by the time the end credits arrive. Read the rest at


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