Bullets Over Broadway
Comedy • R • 1994 • 1 hr 38 min
Bullets Over Broadway is an enjoyable and sophisticated comedy that would be amazing if the end had packed in a little more satisfaction.
It’s almost noir but still a comedy. Little different than a usual Woody Allen’s movie
Allen’s mid-career highlight, a joyful watch through and through.
Funny with a good story and great cast. One of Woody Allen's better movies that goes down smooth.
Very funny comedy about a stage production, Diane Wiest and Jennifer Tilly are absolutely fantastic
Hilarious without fully descending into camp. It's Allen's best work in my opinion.
One of Woody Allen's best, a hilarious romp!
I was surprised to see how acclaimed this was. For me, it was over before it had really accomplished much. At 98 minutes, it raced by.
Only tried to enjoy this by getting a copy since John Cusack is in it, but the rest of the cast were just 2 corny, & the story was lame!🤨
It’s a decent witty comedy that will be enjoyed by fans of Woody Allen but if not then I don’t think this one will sway you.
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