Woody Allen‘s Blue Jasmine (Sony Classics, 7.28) is going to be a goodie — I can tell. Because it’s about the financial wallop from the ’08 recession and the emotional toll that it took — a social theme we’re all familiar with. And so it’s about rage and despair and fatalistic feelings, etc. And you can tell right off that Blanchett knocks it out of the park. Probably. And that it has a good supporting cast (Bobby Cannavale, Sally Hawkins, Andrew Dice Clay, etc.)