Woody Allen writes and directs another nostalgic love letter from France. It's still steeped in Woody Allen-isms, but it harks back to funny, lighthearted winners like The Purple Rose of Cairo. Owen Wilson is a screenwriter stuck in Paris and grooving on the good old days. Miraculously, he finds himself wandering each night after midnight back to Europe's Golden Age. Literally. When the clock strikes 12, our hero drifts back through time and gets to hang out with the likes of F. Scott Fitzgerald, Ernest Hemingway, Salvador Dalí and Gertrude Stein. With nothing but responsibility and a spoiled fiancee (Rachel McAdams) waiting for him in the 21st century, will the allure of the past prove too much to resist?100 minutes PG-13.