Adam Brooks

Woody Allen’s comedy doesn’t work – on any level.
Woody Allen wrote the script for Whatever Works more than 30 years ago as a starring vehicle for Zero Mostel. One can only wish the dreary comedy about an egotistical misogynist had expired along with Mostel, who died in 1977.
In the new romantic comedy “Definitely, Maybe”, advertising exec Will Hayes, in the midst of a messy divorce, is taken aback when his 10yr old daughter questions him about his romantic past. He reluctantly agrees under the condition that names an...