THOMASEMMET’s review published on Letterboxd:
I think this film will forever live in the shadow of the seventeen year old Woody’s Isaac dates.
It’s got great cinematography, Diane Keaton is much more bearable than she is in Annie Hall and there are some good zingers. But it’s just a little hard to get beyond the seventeen year old and the jokes about the seventeen year old. Which is a pity because the rest of the film is pretty great.