If you had spent a lot of time playing with a Paris-themed Playmobile set growing up, you would not be disappointed when you arrived in real-Paris -- except that the people are less "joint-y" and their hair's not as perfectly shaped. Unfortunately being able to appreciate quality design and effective city-maintenance programs does nothing to improve your French.
That's most unfortunate when considering the story involving Alec Baldwin, Jesse Eisenberg, Ellen Page and Greta Gerwig. It's vintage Allen -- a bit of caustic and neurotic romantic comedy that cuts to the bone in ways few filmmakers ever achieve. It also presents itself as something more: a deconstruction of Woody Allen fan culture, which is all the more appropriate coming after the director's most-seen film ever released.