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Midnight in Paris is Woody Allen’s love letter to the city of Paris and the writers and artists who lived there in the 1920s. Owen Wilson plays an unpretentious writer who accidentally travels back in time and receives advice on his novel from the likes of Hemingway, Fitzgerald, and Gertrude Stein. Allen skillfully blends social satire and wistfulness in his most amusing and approachable film in many years. On DVD and Blu-ray now. (Sony)

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