Now, I have never been a fan of Woody Allen movies, but that has changed with his latest offering; Midnight in Paris.
What I enjoyed most, however, has little to do with Woody Allen or even the star, Owen Wilson. It is the supporting cast portraying famous writers and artists that caught my attention. Kathy Bates is always a hoot, and her Gertrude Stein in no exception. Adrian Brody's Salvador Dali is hysterical, and Corey Stoll's Papa Hemingway is everything I imagine the uber-macho tragic literary figure would be.
Midnight in Paris is playing for a bit longer at The Little Theater, and is a great way to use those Groupons you've been hanging on to!