Been meaning to read "Don't Worry" (Callahan's autobiography, which the film is based on) for a long time and part of me still wants to before I see the film but I'll probably cave and see it, especially since I recently got into that "Purple Winos" album of his.
Actually saw "Sorry To Bother You" over the weekend. I enjoyed it but definitely had issues with the third act, which is bound to be a very common response. It definitely had some truly inspired moments and indicated that Boots has a real talent for filmmaking (the visual style alone is pretty impressive). Glad he was able to get the bizarre thing funded.
I liked "Blue Jasmine" a lot (Blanchett's performance is truly astounding) and have recommended it to you in the past but I'm basically in the same boat as you as far as being out of touch with Woody's more recent stuff. The only one I've seen that came after that one was "Cafe Society" which was very safe and predictable and corny but still worth seeing for Woody fans like us- it's cute and nostalgic and endearingly silly like his more disposable yet still worthwhile films. I basically started being more selective about which Woody films I watched when the 00's rolled around. Of the 00's films that came before "Blue Jasmine", I haven't seen "Melinda & Melinda", "Cassandra's Dream", "You Will Meet A Tall Dark Stranger" or "To Rome With Love". Any of those worth checking out?