The frog itself is quite impressive, actually almost believable despite the reasonably uncomplicated disguise. Otherwise this is a painstakingly handcolored though somewhat boring succession of alternating, supposedly beautiful and funny clips rather devoid of storytelling.
Not hurtful to look at, but not in my book of rotation.
Yet another one of Woody Allen’s – almost innumerable – charming bagatelles. His patented sly jokes and jewish bickering are a little lacklustre this time, but the permeating melancholy slowly seeps into you.
Impressive sets, likable characters – and nice dialogue, of course. Too bland for my book of complicated choices in life, however.