My main issue is that, besides in the final and "Italian" episode, supposedly touchy questions were answered from the start, and so trivially at it, you couldn't form more than a plain sentence if even more than a word "No". And regardless the evident imagination that was placed in every single topic, as far as comedy goes, the least Woody-esque episode - one with Gene Wilder - is the funniest.
The definition of a cinematic hit or miss. The first three segments work based on the Antonioni/Fellini references & the commited performance of Gene Wilder. Unfortunately, the following three segments show potential but fail entirely on the script alone (the worst being Are Transvestites Homosexuals?). But with a great idea/execution, lightning strikes with the final segment which becomes the highlight of the film.
Nice to see it now, when we are in a wave of puritanism (sorry for the lazy term) again. Sexual morality is like that, after a "sexual revolution" like the one in the 1920's, there was the moralistic response, and then, another in the 1960 and 1970. The 1980, were uptight again (influenced by Tatcher and Reagen). The 90's had the 3rd wave of feminism. And now the chastity rings. 21st century started out very chaste.