On film, Woody Allen can amuse, irritate and perplex. He gives us movies that will last for years followed by flicks we barely remember. Because he continues, well into his 80s, to make a movie every year, he gets to issue a dud now and then. But he never bores. Even when Allen frustrates, he makes us want to watch. Wonder Wheel, which closed this year’s New York Film Festival, can be as touching as any film from the Allen collection. And as frustrating.