Tuesday, November 01, 2005
Woodey Allen's Melinda Melinda takes an interesting look at story telling. The movie argues that there is only a thin line between comedy and tragedy, and tries to prove it by narrating a story with two view points.An interesting experimentation. But all the good things about the movie stops with that interesting story structure. The script fails to distinguish the comedy and the tragedy narrations, as both of them look almost the same. Mainly the comedy parts could have been done better, the movie ends up as another typical woodey allen movie.