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With Woody Allen's "Crisis in Six Scenes," the screenwriter has let down his director – who coincidentally also falls short.It was a major coup when Amazon announced in January 2015 that its upstart streaming site had snagged Allen to write, direct and star in his first TV series.Allen plays Sid Munsinger, a kvetching, semi-successful novelist who, in his autumn years, wants to finally make a big score by creating a hit sitcom.Woody-worthy laugh lines are painfully few.It has given Allen license to revisit and re-examine an earthshaking era from decades past, but breathing life into the narrative he made of it was a step he wasn't able, or willing, to take.
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