|Leonard Maltin/Plot synopsis:
Slight but enjoyable caper, with Allen and Keaton as a married couple who suspect their seemingly harmless neighbor has murdered his wife. A return (of sorts) to ``earlier, funnier'' filmmaking for Allen, this is no classic but it is consistently entertaining, with the usual quota of one-liners and some very funny set pieces. Best of all is the marvelous chemistry between Allen and Keaton (taking over the role originally intended for Mia Farrow), who play off each other's neuroses with intuitive ease. Allen cowrote the screenplay with his ANNIE HALL and MANHATTAN collaborator Marshall Brickman.