Midnight in Paris

Best Supporting Male
Spirit Awards
Best Picture - Musical or Comedy
Golden Globes
Best Director
Golden Globes
In Woody Allen's…bedazzling new comedy, nostalgia isn't at all what it used to be -- it's smarter, sweeter, fizzier and ever so much funnier. z


Midnight in Paris

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Owen Wilson, Marion Cotillard, Rachel McAdams, Kathy Bates, and Carla Bruni star in Woody Allen's romantic comedy about a family on a business trip in the City of Light. xx As a young couple engaged to be married experiences a profound transformation during their visit to Paris, an idealistic man with a romanticized view of the city finds that there's plenty of truth to that old adage about the grass being greener on the other side. Michael Sheen, Mimi Kennedy and Kurt Fuller co-star.

Nominated for four Oscars: Best Picture, Director, Art Direction and Original Screenplay and winner of one: Screenplay.

Nominated for Best Director by the Directors Guild of America.

A Writers Guild of America nominee for Best Original Screenplay of 2011.

Nominated for five Golden Globe Awards: Best Picture (Musical or Comedy), Director, Actor, Screenplay and Score; winner of one: Screenplay.
Comedy, Romance
Woody Allen
Alison Pill, Rachel McAdams, Marion Cotillard, Michael Sheen, Owen Wilson, Kathy Bates, Corey Stoll
Nominee, Best Supporting Male, Spirit Awards
Nominee, Best Picture - Musical or Comedy, Golden Globes
Nominee, Best Director, Golden Globes
Nominee, Best Actor - Musical or Comedy, Golden Globes
Nominee, Best Original Score, Golden Globes
Nominee, Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Feature Film, Directors Guild of America
Nominee, Best Original Screenplay, Writers Guild of America
Winner, Best Screenplay, Golden Globes
Nominee, Best Production Design, Academy Awards
Nominee, Best Picture, Academy Awards
Nominee, Best Production Design, Academy Awards
Nominee, Best Director, Academy Awards
Winner, Best Writing (Original Screenplay), Academy Awards
A.O. Scott, New York Times

The definitive poem in English on the subject of cultural nostalgia may be a short verse by Robert Browning called “Memorabilia.” It begins with a gasp of astonishment — “Ah, did you once see Shelley plain?” — and ends with a shrug: “Well I forget the rest.” Isn’t that always how it goes? The past ...

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