This is Woody Allen's third film for DreamWorks and it seems that Woody keeps getting funnier.
This time Woody plays a washed-up, hypochondriac film director named Val Waxman who is utterly desperate for the comeback of his life. Waxman's quirks boil over when his comeback comes from a place he least expected, his ex-wife Ellie (Téa Leoni ). Ellie wants Waxman to head up a picture called "The City that Never Sleeps" which is to be produced by studio head, Hal (Treat Williams). Hal also happens to be the man Ellie left Val for. Friction, comedy and the quest for re-kindled love is all apart of the magic of Woody Allen. "Hollywood Ending (2002)" has all those grand Woody elements.
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