Tagged: Woody Allen

Movie Review: ‘Cafe Society’

"Cafe Society" is Woody Allen by the numbers, but is still a charming good time.

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Review: ‘Fading Gigolo’

John Turturro stars in and a directs a film that also features Woody Allen. Dan Schindel has the review.

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Review: ‘To Rome’ Without Much Love

Woody Allen's latest effort To Rome with Love is a meandering mess that doesn't come close to living up to Midnight in Paris.

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Road to the Oscars: Best Director

Andrew Payne previews the Best Director nominees. Is it Hazanavicius' year? Or will one of the legendary directors in this category overtake him?

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Road to the Oscars: Best Original Screenplay

The nominees for Best Original Screenplay are an eclectic group, but three of the lighter films stand the best chance. Jeremy Martin has the analysis in our "Road to the Oscars" series.

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Woody Allen: 42 Films and Going Strong

At age 75, Woody Allen has just completed his 42nd movie Midnight in Paris, and it's receiving rave reviews. While he's received criticism for some of his work in recent years, Ryan Koch expresses admiration for the acclaimed filmmaker, and says he's still producing great films.

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Review: Woody Allen’s ‘Midnight in Paris’ is an Ideal RomCom

Starring Owen Wilson, Rachel McAdams, and Michael Sheen, Midnight in Paris is Woody Allen's most innovative film in over 25 years, says Obed Medina. It is exactly what a romantic comedy should be.

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Review: You Will Meet a Dark Stranger

Woody Allen's "You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger" is a delightful dessert cocktail of a film, says Andrew Payne in his review. The characters' timing is a bit off, but the film's timing is spot on. With an all-star cast, Gemma Jones and Josh Brolin performances are among the film's strongest.

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