It's hard to think about the sunny Cannes Film Festival in the midst of frosty February, but Hollywood is always one step ahead of the season; it was announced today that Woody Allen's Midnight in Paris, which stars Rachel McAdams, Owen Wilson, Marion Cotillard, and Adrien Brody, will open the festival in May. The choice makes sense for obvious reasons: the film has been dubbed a "love letter to Paris," so what better pick to open the festivities in France?
The all-star cast has me excited for the film, and I'm hoping it will get rid of the bad taste in my mouth left by Allen's lackluster You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger. But that's the great thing about the director; he churns out so many films that there's always a chance that an Oscar-winner could follow a dud. With over 40 movies under his belt, it seems that Allen has a little something for everyone on his résumé. So tell me — what's your favorite Woody Allen flick?