"I have never had a play produced. That's right. And I've written one play a year for the past twenty years."
"Yes, but that's because you're a genius. And the proof is that both common people and intellectuals find your work completely incoherent. Means you're a genius."
Bullets Over Broadway is the best out of the two Woody Allen films with the word broadway in the title, but it still isn't anything special. Unlike Broadway Danny Rose though this movie does have a lot more going for it. Woody Allen really did a good job of making it feel like a story that takes place in the 1920's and I thought the dialogue was written well. (Then again the same can be said for most of Woody Allen's work.) What keeps this movie from being any better though is that it does feel dull in certain places. That and I didn't think the characters were fleshed out enough and kept me from being fully invested in the story. Still it's a decent movie that has its funny moments, but I thought it could've been better.