I think the Wood-man's been losing it for the past decade-plus now, only showing two splashes of brilliance in that period of time - Husbands and Wives and, to a lesser extent Sweet and Lowdown. This is a let down, too, with variations on past jokes and conversations, and with a central idea - a director who becomes hysterically blind and has to make a $60 million picture - that never develops any further to become a potent satire. Further, I am way, way beyond believing that Allen can possibly be (a.) married to or (b.) attracting women that look like Tiffany Amber Thiessen or Tea Leoni, especially since the man is in his 60's and is aging poorly.
Director: Woody Allen
Year Released: 2002