It has almost been forgotten that this film was not directed by Woody Allen - but this makes no difference it is still one of his greatest films. We start the film with Allan Felix (Allen) watching Casablanca in the Cinema and feebly impersonating Bogart as he leaves the Cinema. The film proceeds with an imaginary Bogart advising Allan on how to deal with Women. Allan as you would expect is pretty hopeless! This film is consistently funny with the blind date scene being one of the greatest comedy scenes ever filmed. The script (based on Woody Allens own stage play) is full of great dialog, as you would expect. Diane Keaton is wonderful in her role, and Tony Roberts is very funny in his supporting role as the business man who leaves a telephone number so he can be contacted everywhere he goes. "I'll be at 362-9296 for a while; then I'll be at 648-0024 for about fifteen minutes; then I'll be at 752-0420; and then I'll be home, at 621-4598" Remember this film was made more than a decade before mobile phones even existed in brick form. The film finishes with a great recreation of the end of Casablanca. If you don't like Woody Allen then you probably won't like this. However, if you have any appreciation of Woody and haven't seen this, you should buy this DVD now.