Woody Allen's movie humor tends to be not very visual, nor even very verbal, but very conceptual ("Wouldn't it be a scream if....?"). He must be terrific at the coffee table. To this point, he has not been the happiest director of his own material, but this giddy mix of Latin American revolution, the Jewish Defense League, J. Edgar Hoover, Tennessee Williams, Howard Cosell, etc., is frequently funny despite Allen's absent-minded plotting and directing. (1970) — Duncan Shepherd
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