Director: Woody Allen. Cast: Mia Farrow, Dianne Wiest, Michael Caine, Barbara Hershey, Woody Allen, Carrie Fisher, Max Von Sydow, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, J.T. Walsh, John Turturro, Daniel Stern, Richard Jenkins, Sam Waterston. 103 min. Rated PG-13. Comedy/Romance.
Heralded as one of Allen's best; but I've seen much better by him. The story of three sisters (Farrow, Hershey, Weist) and their cross-matching husbands/lovers is narrated in parallel to the story of Allen's own neurotic persona in search of a God (or lack thereof) - but I was never convinced what the connection between the two stories was, other than lengthening movie time or providing an opportunity for Allen's forever-welcome comedic presence. Makes you wish he acted more often.
PS: Older readers may disagree, but compared to the Woody Allen of the 70s and 80s (Annie Hall and Manhattan included), I find the Allen of the new century (Vicky Cristina Barcelona, Match Point, Midnight in Paris) much more interesting.