This movie is very poignant and, at the same time, laugh out loud funny! It is something for the whole family, which is rare these days. A little lark about a lottery winner, and plans for his winnings.
Woody Allen has had a cinematic shower and come out refreshed with Match Point, abandoning his beloved New York for London's grey skies and unique social structure, picking up a new beat %u2013 both musically and metaphorically.
There is simply not enough story to justify the inordinate length...the enormous production effort is negated by [the] disastrous decision to shoot at 48 frames per second...This makes the entire enterprise look like the world's most expensive home video.
Just a really nice adaptation of the book so far. As with all these books, there are things missing due to time, but this is really well done. Special effects are top notch, can't wait for the next movie