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Posts Tagged ‘woody allen

You Will Meet A Tall Dark Stranger

November 18, 2010

  So, I saw Woody Allen’s latest film a few weeks ago and put off writing about it for no other reason than I’m a professional procrastinator.  I had been excited about this film for quite a while, as constant readers no doubt know that I am a huge Woody Allen fan.  What excited me […]

Radio Days

October 18, 2010

Sleeper

October 12, 2010

Match Point

October 12, 2010

Shadows and Fog

October 4, 2010

Broadway Danny Rose

October 4, 2010

Another one of my Favorite Woody Allen films.

Woody Allen Posters Redone: an explanation…

October 4, 2010

So, I just got this copy of Photoshop and I’ve been trying to figure out all the little bells and whistles of it.  This has been pretty hard, since I haven’t had anything in mind really for a Photoshop project.   All this changed the other day when I found this site (www.mubi.com) that has […]

Delicious Spoilers: 10 Great Film Endings

July 14, 2009

Aside from the meat of a film, the middle that is, the most important parts are the ways you open and close it.  I would argue that the later is the most important since the final scene in a film not only ties up all that has come before it, but also needs to leave […]

Whatever Works

July 11, 2009

Is it a testament to a film maker when his films are no longer judged by their merits, but by merits of the actual film maker?  I suppose the answer is yes and no…  when you’ve made 40+ films, your audience tends to be able to predict certain details of your next one.  So, it […]

The Overlooked Women of Woody Allen

April 3, 2009

Woody Allen is probably best known for being one of the greatest writers for women and his leading ladies are always showered with nominations from the Academy, the Golden Globes, even BAFTA.   His three most famous muses are Diane Keaton, Mia Farrow, and as of late Scarlett Johansson.  While they’ve worked most consistently with Allen, […]