Today's summer vacation movie is this Woody Allen film starring Rebecca Hall and Scarlett Johansson as two women on vacation in Spain. But the reason to see this movie has nothing to do with them and everything to do with the supporting characters. Basically ScarJo meets and is seduced by Javier Bardem, who comes with a crazy estranged wife in Penelope Cruz (who won an Oscar for the role), and the trio embarks on a threesome while Hall longs for Bardem from the sidelines. But the relationship and scenes between Bardem and Cruz make the entire movie, and you wish that the whole film had been about the two of them and their nutty, destructive relationship. They perform most of their scenes together in Spanish and they manage to make the often stilted dialogue in the later Woody Allen ouvre come alive in feisty, convincing bursts of passion and energy. The two of them, plus the scenery is what makes this film worth seeing as a minor, later entry in the Allen canon.