It’s the French Riviera, in the 1920s. Colin Firth is an Englishman brought in to help unmask a possible swindler – Emma Stone as a psychic to the rich and famous. Personal and professional complications ensue, as they so often do in Woody Allen movies. I’m partial to these minor efforts of his, and I especially love these gentler period pieces. A Midsummer’s Night Sex Comedy is one of my favorites, and this feels like a little of that, mixed with a little Midnight in Paris and a smidgen of Purple Rose of Cairo. Throw in Hamish Linklater (Julia Louis-Dreyfus’ weirdly adorable brother on New Adventures of Old Christine) and I’m sold. I’m not expecting Magic in the Moonlight to display Blue Jasmine levels of genius , but then I don’t need that with every Woody Allen outing.