Because their son (Topher Grace) and his
fiancée (Amanda Seyfried) have lied to the bride's ultraconservative mother
(Susan Sarandon), the groom's long-divorced parents (Robert De Niro, Diane
Keaton) are compelled to
At first glance, the latest Woody Allen films released on Blu-ray, Sleeper (1973) and Hannah and her Sisters (1986), represent entirely different aspects of the writer-director’s work. Sleeper is a sci-fi spoof and Hannah is like a Chekhov play transposed to the milieu of Manhattan’s intelligentsia. Allen is the protagonist of Sleeper’s zaniness while in Hannah, he’s only o...