How much you think you'd enjoy watching Kenneth Branagh mimic Woody Allen's distinctive physical and verbal mannerisms should be a factor in whether or not you decide to see this self-indulgent wallow in privileged malaise. Freelance writer
Lee Simon (Branagh) is having a midlife crisis, precipitated by his high-school reunion. He doesn't want to be some anonymous scribbler married to a schoolteacher: He wants to be that road-company warbler with the bimbo on his arm who serenades his classmates with "The Impossible Dream." So Lee
dumps wife Robin (Judy Davis) and ventures into the star-studded void of Manhattan nightlife, where voracious sluts elbow each other asi...