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Hollywood Ending(2002)

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  • Oh MAN this was painful

    • Joella Lyndon
    • 2/16/19

    Not too often a Woody Allen movie disappoints. This was downright painful. Woody Allen plays a . . . wait for it . . . a neurotic! Whoa didn't see that one coming.Even harder to endure was Tea Leone doing a very bad impression of Diane Keaton, never coming up for air. As 'Ed' George Hamilton was the only brilliant casting decision. George Hamilton plays a mellow Steven Stucker (remember that crazy control tower clerk in Airplane!) and adds the only breath of fresh air to this insomnia quencher with the line of the movie as he sips on a martini:"Miss most about LA? I miss my support group. They're really helping emotionally. I'm a member of a support group of film executives who can't afford their own G5's."

  • A swing and a miss!!!

    • wildkat
    • 6/22/18

    This was not up to the usual Woody Allen standards as far as I'm concerned...it was boring....not very many inside jokes and just plain not funny!! It was a bore.... but I'd like to see some other opinions.

  • When Debra Messing is the saviour of your movie...

    • JMulligan
    • 6/11/11

    Ever critical of his own work, Woody Allen actually likes "Hollywood Ending" and doesn't understand why the film failed to garnish critical or audience approval. As a viewer it's not too hard to see where things went wrong- casting. Debra Messing is the sole exception here, with even Woody overdoing his own screen persona. It doesn't help that their support is Treat Williams, George Plimpton, and Tea Leoni. Hardly Dianne Wiest, Judy Davis, and Michael Caine huh?

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