MATCHPOINT, written and directed by Woody Allen

I have never been a diligent student of Woody Allen’s
movies. I have, however, watched his
movies for decades, starting with his directorial debut in What’s Up Tiger
Lily? in 1966. I thought the movie was hilarious and became an instant fan of
his neurotic, self-absorbed humor. That’s why I’m always vaguely disappointed when a Woody Allen movie
doesn’t make me laugh. I firmly believe that comedy is what he does best and
that is what he ought to stick to. (continue reading MATCHPOINT)