Woody Allen's Magic in the Moonlight: first reviews published

Woody Allen and Diane Keaton in Manhattan - 1979

The world premiere of a Woody Allen film is always a bit of an event, and on the back of his revived box office fortunes (with Midnight in Paris) and critical reputation (for the Oscar-winning Blue Jasmine), his new one, Magic in the Moonlight, has been anticipated with some fervour.

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Heart Stamped Hand

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