Rough and tender.
Most of the big name stars singing in Woody Allen’s lighthearted romantic comedy don’t have trained voices, but we don’t really miss the polish.
Instead, we delight in watching people sing because their souls tell them they have to let loose, no matter the surroundings or who’s watching.
From Tim Roth to Edward Norton to Goldie Hawn, everyone is a true delight.
One of Allen’s most underrated films, it doesn’t have the reputation of Annie Hall or Manhattan maybe, but it remains great fun.
Take a chance on love and see if you don’t agree.