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Coney Island ist ein Freizeitpark an der Küste des Stadtteils Brooklyn. Das Leben vieler Menschen spielt sich dort ab, vor allem derer, die dort arbeiten und jeden Tag in dem Vergnügungsviertel verbringen. So kreuzen sich die Wege des Bademeisters. Wonder Wheel ist ein Filmdrama von Woody Allen, das im Oktober als Abschlussfilm des New York Film Festivals seine Premiere feierte und am 1. Entdecke die Filmstarts Kritik zu "Wonder Wheel" von Woody Allen: „Nanu, was ist denn da los?“ Das fragte man sich als Fan des vierfachen Oscargewinners. Doch»Wonder Wheel«zeigt nun: Das größte Problem sind vielleicht nicht die Ermüdungserscheinungen bei den Zuschauern, sondern Allens. Allein die Frauen hauchen Woody Allens Filmen Leben ein: In „Wonder Wheel“ ist es Kate Winslet.
Wonder Wheel Buch und Regie: Woody Allen Der Film lässt sich als relativ konventionelles Melodram beschreiben, in dem der Altmeister sich. In "Wonder Wheel" beschwört Woody Allen die Rummelplatz-Nostalgie von Coney Island, mit Kate Winslet und magischen Bildern. Doch»Wonder Wheel«zeigt nun: Das größte Problem sind vielleicht nicht die Ermüdungserscheinungen bei den Zuschauern, sondern Allens.
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How did you buy your ticket? View All Videos 1. View All Photos Movie Info. WONDER WHEEL tells the story of four characters whose lives intertwine amid the hustle and bustle of the Coney Island amusement park in the s: Ginny Kate Winslet , an emotionally volatile former actress now working as a waitress in a clam house; Humpty Jim Belushi , Ginny's rough-hewn carousel operator husband; Mickey Justin Timberlake , a handsome young lifeguard who dreams of becoming a playwright; and Carolina Juno Temple , Humpty's long-estranged daughter, who is now hiding out from gangsters at her father's apartment.
Cinematographer Vittorio Storaro captures a tale of passion, violence, and betrayal that plays out against the picturesque tableau of s Coney Island.
Woody Allen. Mar 6, Jim Belushi as Humpty. Juno Temple as Carolina. Justin Timberlake as Mickey. Kate Winslet as Ginny. Max Casella as Ryan. Jack Gore as Richie.
David Krumholtz as Jake. Robert C. Kirk as Boardwalk Vendor. Tommy Nohilly as Humpty's Friend. Tony Sirico as Angelo. Steve Schirripa as Nick. John Doumanian as Ruby's Bartender.
Thomas Guiry as Flirtatious Man at Ruby's. Gregory Dann as Fishing Buddies. Bobby Slayton as Fishing Buddies. Michael Zegarski as Fishing Buddies.
Geneva Carr as Ginny's Friend. Ed Jewett as Ruby's Customer. Debi Mazar as Birthday Party Guest. Danielle Ferland as Birthday Party Guest.
April 8, Full Review…. June 3, Full Review…. May 20, Full Review…. March 24, Full Review…. March 8, Rating: C- Full Review…. View All Critic Reviews Feb 23, Stilted and wooden, often played as if the characters were reading the script aloud for the very first time By the end I realized that most the critics who panned this were wrong.
This is a fair work whose drama is like the age it emulates, conflicted, under wraps and straining to be free.
I recommend this. Kevin M. W Super Reviewer. Feb 02, The dialogue is a bit too heavy-handed and expository, as though Woody Allen was in a hurry to write and publish a theater play in about five days, but the film does have its moments and benefits from a beautiful cinematography and good performances, especially by Kate Winslet.
Carlos M Super Reviewer. Jan 24, Say what you will about director Woody Allen, but his early filmography is still something to cherish.
The numerous films of quality content are remembered and celebrated, but his more recent work has felt much more laid back. Although I haven't seen a great movie from him in a while, aside from maybe Blue Jasmine a few years back, I've always liked his style of storytelling.
Wonder Wheel is his latest film and while there are many elements to like about it, it's really not all that great of a film as a whole.
Allen has put himself in a spot where he has created acceptable movies for the past decade or so and I don't see him ever digging himself out of that hole.
Unless you've been a die-hard fan of Woody Allen from the beginning, I honestly can't get myself to recommend this movie to you, and here's why.
This situation sends the film on a whirlwind of emotions, but all predictable ones. Wonder Wheel tells this story through an interesting narrative, as Mickey Justin Timberlake explains the story directly to the camera, breaking the fourth wall.
I've always enjoyed this sort of storytelling, so that aspect of the movie kept winning me over, but it's the rest of the film that just felt fake to me.
The uninteresting and cliched romance between the married couple in Ginny Kate Winslet and Humpty Jim Belushi feels existent so that a falling out can occur later in the movie.
For all of its positives, this is a movie that just feels staged throughout every revelation. Kate Winslet, Jim Belushi, and Justin Timberlake are all serviceable in their respective roles, but they also feel like they're giving just enough of themselves in order to earn a paycheck.
Never once did I feel that any of them were giving their all. That being said, I found the standout of the film to be Juno Temple. Playing an innocent girl who just wants to start a life for herself and find love, I found her portrayal of Carolina to be quite inspired.
Although she probably has the least amount of screen time, the character of Carolina is who and what I seem to remember most about Wonder Wheel.
Woody Allen writes so many movies, that I feel it's just about his time to retire. Many of his scripts feel very much like his previous ones nowadays, seeming as though his knack has met its peak.
Yes, he still remains an extremely talented filmmaker, but his body of work feels more like an assembly line of average products that people may or may not consume each year.
I may be alone with that specific sentiment, but it's just my honest opinion. Sometimes filmmakers make their mark and then begin to fade away and I believe that may be happening with Allen.
Looking back on Wonder Wheel, I remember enjoying the visuals and unique way that the cinematography would tell certain portions of the story at times, but the arcs of each character honestly had me bored to death.
If I ever recommend this movie to anyone, it's solely going to be on the basis that they've been fans of Allen's direction from the beginning.
I can't see many people thoroughly enjoying this film, because its incredibly slow pace definitely shows, even at its fairly short running time of minutes.
Overall, Wonder Wheel has enough solid elements to keep it from being a bad film as a whole, but there are too many distracting story points and boring characters to really recommend.
This is one of the more disappointing movies of in my opinion. KJ P Super Reviewer. Dec 21, Regrettably, Woody Allen's latest falls into this category, making me wonder why Amazon Studios didn't agree to a deal where they only finance every third movie of this once brilliant but too-prolific filmmaking.
The amusement park's a metaphor y'all! Beware the dangers of aging! Narrated by Mickey Justin Timberlake , a lifeguard with aspirations of becoming the next Eugene O'Neill and who's having an affair with Ginny Kate Winslet , a former actress unhappily married to her abusive, drunk, carousel operator husband Humpty Jim Belushi.
Enter Carolina Juno Temple , Humpty's daughter, to complicate everything even more. She's hiding out from some mobsters and immediately draws Mickey's attention away from the neurotic, unhappy Ginny.
Yes, it's a soap opera storyline which forces its characters to make tough moral decisions. As such, it's hopelessly flat, and with the exception of Winslet, feels like a high school play.
With the help of composite shots and CGI, Allen and Storaro get the most out of their setting, with our main characters literally living across the street from the giant ferris wheel.
The beaches, the boardwalk and its Brooklyn streets play out in a technicolor dreamscape, making this one of Allen's most visually wonderful films.
I could watch Juno Temple enter the film by strolling up onto the boardwalk all day on a loop and be perfectly fine. Winslet's Ginny oozes unhappiness from every pore, whether she's sparring with Humpty, questioning her affair with Mickey, or fending off the pyromaniacal tendencies of her young son Richie Jack Gore.
You get the sense that she'd gladly crack a smile if the entire human race didn't constantly disappoint her.
As a shield to all the crushing defeats in her way, she has learned the art of the lie , often hiding it behind lashing out at anyone in her path.
She's a trapped animal and never less than fascinating. It's a shame she's stuck in something so lifeless. The film also gets major points deductions for putting the wonderful Debi Mazar in it but barely giving her a line of dialogue or anything more than a profile in a wide shot.
She does herself no favors by being in WA movies. She seems constrained in them, as if WA finds her essential talent and then robs her of it.
The style of this film is quintessential WA, aided by the masterful cinematographer Vittorio Storaro, who, unlike Allen, is definitely not past his prime.
The lighting is original and modern, while at the same time reflects the vintage setting and sets. The actors are beautifully lit, which makes their direction all the more tragic, as most performances do not match Storaro's framing.
Their depiction of Coney Island is not meant to be realistic, so don't go looking to find scenes from your childhood here. This is one boring work of film and does Allen no favors.
It will do you no favors, either, as you'll never get the time back. If you are a loyal WA fan, or have loved his movies of the past decade, you might like this.
If not, then steer clear of this one. Oh boy. I watched it all the way through hoping, just hoping it would get better, but..
I guess it was just not for me. Having grown up in Brooklyn and Coney Island having been an important part of my childhood, I was looking forward to this.
Not good at all. Cheesy lines, everything about it just felt like I was watching a bad theater play. I really like the all star cast, well I normally like every one of them.
Honestly I don't understand what lured them to this project though. It just didn't make any sense to me.
Mostly the ending.. Lots of cringe worthy moments. I was left with the feeling of what's the point? Seriously, can someone please tell me what was the point of this movie and why did I let it waste my precious time?
One positive, it was visually appealing with the lighting. Once again we have an aging beauty at the end of her rope, desperate to hold onto her looks, conscious of being broke and, in this case, devastated at being passed over for her younger stepdaughter.
There's something quietly sadistic in the way Woody Allen depicts these "desperate women" whom the viewer is invited to gawk at as if they're carnival freaks.
Predictably, she is betrayed. I gave the film three stars because it's never boring, in the way "The Young and the Restless" and other soap operas were never boring.
The dialogue is so bad at times that it's actually funny and that also keeps you entertained. Jim Belushi is a blue-collar stereotype who yells "Christ!
Ginny and Humpty were both so narcissistic and self-dramatizing that they sounded like a drama queen's Facebook posts.
When Allen was younger, his view of women apparently was more charitable and so a neurotic female character was portrayed as charmingly "quirky" like Annie Hall rather than crazy.
Now, after Mia Farrow, it seems any woman who dares express rage toward a man who rejects her in favor of a younger woman understandably automatically gets portrayed as "crazy".
In short, nothing original here, just a very simple love triangle that, if a woman had made it, would be written off as pure soap opera.
But since Woody Allen made it, it gets compared to "Streetcar Named Desire" and other male-authored tragedies that supposedly sympathize with weak women, but often ends up subliminally celebrating their distress.
I didn't know this was a Woody Allen flick until I read the reviews. I am not a fan. Then i was just curious to see if others thought it was as horrible as I did, and it turns out they do!
It was a bunch of weird scenes with bad clothing and, overtalking, a lot of screaming and over acting and monologues that went on far too long especially from Kate W.
This was awful. Don't waste your time. See all reviews from the United States. Top international reviews. Translate all reviews to English.
That makes it impossible to watch. So a waste of money. Thank you for your feedback. Sorry, we failed to record your vote.
Please try again. Translate review to English. La distribution est globalement terne le gamin , le mari et sa fille , l'amant alors que ce sont de bons acteurs , en tout cas les adultes.
Direction d'acteurs en retrait? Scandaleux , tout simplement. Wonder Wheel ist ein tragischer Film.
Durch die gute schauspielerische Leistung wird der Film zum Erlebnis, er regt zum nachdenken an. Trotz all der Tragik gibt es aber auch einige komische Elemente in dem Film der auch zugleich eine Zeitreise in die Vergangenheit ist.
Eine Zeitreise welche durch gute Musik und gute Bilder zu etwas Besonderem wird. Woddy Allens bisher letzter Film ist gut gemacht.
Die etwas aufgeregte Art Ginnys kann man aber durchaus nachvollziehen. Load more international reviews. Quienquiera que haya producido esto tiene que ponerse las pilas.
Not among Woody's greatest, but for my money, still writes the best roles for women.
Wonderwheel KommentareUnd je länger sie erzählt, desto klarer sieht Beste Spielothek in Barle finden, dass Ginny keine Chance hat. Aber auch Carolina erweckt — von Ginny eifersüchtig beobachtet — Mickeys Interesse. Unerwartet taucht Carolina Juno Temple auf, die verhasste Tochter aus Es ist ein Woody Allen Film — Beste Spielothek in Poden finden das nicht? Sie hat einen kleinen Sohn, der immer wieder zündelt. Wonderwheel kann man diesen Film schauen? James Brabazon.
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