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One of Woody Allen's early best
One of Woody Allen's funniest. It's irreverent, zany, extremely funny and rather offbeat. So many good one-liners and the scene at the end where to Allen's character Boris dances with Death to the brilliantly composed "Sleigh Ride" (Russian in origin which fits perfectly with the movie theme) is hysterical. This needs to come out on DVD for an affordable price. Truly classic Allen.
Zany Doesn't Begin to Cover It
A one-of-a-kind, wonderfully funny film lampooning - of all things - 19th century Russian literature, and, well, love and death . . .
Love and Death- very funny movie
One of Woody's funniest, with mixed metaphors and cretaive humor. Still funny by toady standards.