A Midsummer Night’s Sex Comedy (1982)

I am striking gold on my Woody Allen marathon. Roger Ebert gave this movie a critical review and found it overwhelmingly lacking. That’s a great sign because I tend not to agree with Ebert’s movie sensibilities (or rather lack thereof). A Midsummer Night’s Sex Comedy isn’t your typical Allen film. However, it may be one of the films I place in the Woody Allen top 10 (caveat: I have about 3 dozen films of his left to watch/re-watch).  It was funny, engaging. a joy to watch, and contained elements of the metaphysical and scientific. The cast is stand-up and the story/plot endearing. A definite must see. 

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