The worst of Woody’s European jaunts, this one didn’t even receive theatrical distribution in the country in which it’s set: Britain. Woody paired himself with Scarlett Johansson to play, respectively, a magician called the Great Splendini and a journalism student who goes on the trail of a killer. It’s not radical to call it his low point.—Dave Calhoun
He’s made a movie a year for decades—and we can’t hide our broadest smiles when Woody Allen’s white credits pop up on a black screen and the jazz music kicks in. As for the romantic movies, dramas and comedies that follow? We’ve got opinions. Take a trip through our countdown of the best Woody Allen movies: his ups, his downs, his New York movies, his Academy Award winners, his essential masterpieces.