Crimes and Misdemeanors

This is definitely one of Woody Allen's best films; it's not a laugh-a-minute comedy like we're used to seeing from him, but it's interesting and extremely enjoyable. Most of the credit goes to the excellent acting abilities and the charisma of Woody Allen, Alan Alda, Martin Landau and Mia Farrow who all turn in some of the best performances of their career! Martin Landau plays a rich man whose well being is threatened by his former mistress and Woody Allen plays a documentary filmmaker who is afraid his love, Mia Farrow, may be taken away by the incredibly egotistical Alan Alda. A must-see for all Woody Allen fans (and there are still some hilarious moments).

Movie reviewed by Michael Lawrence



Woody Allen, Martin Landau, Alan Alda, Mia Farrow, Anjelica Huston, Sam Waterston, Caroline Aaron, Claire Bloom, Joanna Gleason, Jenny Nichols, Jerry Orbach

Directed by:

Woody Allen


1989 comedy/drama

Rated PG-13.


Don Ignacio's score: A-

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