Fifth about The Seventh

Magic in the Moonlight

Magic in the Moonlight: Woody Allen’s film is a pleasurable if breezy experience, harmless fun in the best way; the story, little more than an excuse to display immaculate, rich art and costume design, beautiful cinematography (by the great Darius Khondji) and justifiably use a jazzy score. This being an Allen’s film, there is the usual assortment of amusing one-liners. The cast is very attractive, and perfectly capable to reading the smart dialogue; Colin Firth makes a perfect curmudgeon, and Emma Stone is equally fine as the ingénue.

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