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Ratings & Reviews

  1. NCMBianchi's rating of the film Scoop

  2. Dalibor's rating of the film Scoop

    Like a recycled piece of paper, it's still worthy of some scribbles on it, but will hardly form a book. Not the book hardcore fans or hipsters would buy anyhow. Puns on British culture, unlike in "Match Point", miss the point, and seem almost intentionally flat. The story that comes out of it lacks a more refined script to be anything more than a quaint little comedy.

  3. Jake Evans's rating of the film Scoop

  4. Maïna's rating of the film Scoop

  5. Emily Anderson's rating of the film Scoop

  6. Charles Corn's rating of the film Scoop

    The plot and the jokes, like the British stereotypes, are clunky. It is enjoyable but flimsy, although it is probably the nearest Allen got to getting under the skin of London.

  7. Thomas's rating of the film Scoop

    The usual shtick. Nice to see Ian McShane pop up.

  8. Fabio Osvaldo Carta's rating of the film Scoop

    5/10 e mi hai anche rotto i coglioni

  9. P Teddy Sawyer's rating of the film Scoop

    Those of you who remember with affection the films of the Children's Film Foundation will be delighted to see that the genre has been revived with this charming little adventure

  10. Luke Payn's rating of the film Scoop

    Great fun, a fresh, funny, farce-serial killer hybrid, "You may be deceased but don't be discouraged"

  11. Thomas Dods's rating of the film Scoop

    It's total nonsense but I always enjoy Woody Allen doing his thing and I thought he worked well with Johansson. Hugh Jackson's impression of a British hedge fund manager is appalling.

  12. Konrad Mikinka's rating of the film Scoop

    I like woody but this film is not as good as the other his productions.

  13. Max Seqgar's rating of the film Scoop

    Allen at his funniest and wittiest. Love it!

  14. m.jempson@btinternet.com's rating of the film Scoop

    What an irritating little man Woody Allen has become. Some of his early films were comic genius (Sleeper, Play It Again, Sam, Annie Hall, Zelig, Manhattan) but only he got better when he stayed behind the camera/ This is dross. Wasted time and talents.

  15. lianna_michelle00@hotmail.com's rating of the film Scoop

    Very funny. Woody Allen classic, quote after quote!

  16. Leonardo Malaguti's rating of the film Scoop

  17. janh24's rating of the film Scoop

    Never really more than the sum of its parts, but Johansson is typically great!

  18. FISCHER's rating of the film Scoop

    Une fort réjouissante petite comédie fantastico-policière parcourue d'une pléiade d'acteurs souvent peu connus mais convaincants, où s'entremêlent avec jubilation l'inimitable humour yiddish, le suspense scénaristique, la finesse du jeu des principaux acteurs et une incroyable aisance technique... www.cinefiches.com

  19. Andrea Prieto's rating of the film Scoop

  20. souslesoleil's rating of the film Scoop

    Quite mediocre. Enjoyable, but nothing special. Woody Allen acted well, and Scarlett Johansson was okay, but you could see through it at times. Nice twist on dying, but I wasn't left too impressed.

  21. gramsci13's rating of the film Scoop

    not his best work, but still an enjoyable, slapstick comedy/murder mystery packed full of one liners

  22. Magic Lantern Alison's rating of the film Scoop

  23. SiIencio's rating of the film Scoop

    There is nothing new under Allen's sun. The length of his extensive work spanning four decades does not allow him to innovate anymore. He is now particularly typecast in metropolitan upperclass roles around less than original stories. In Scoop Allen recycles Manhattan Murder Mystery but with a much weaker script and the abuse of one-liners. Johansson hasn't got the class to match Allen's historic muses either.

  24. tube_screamer's rating of the film Scoop

    Not Woody Allen's greatest moment.

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