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THROWBACK: Annie Hall (1977)

Say what you will about Woody Allen. You can’t deny he’s had an enormous influence in movies (as well as my own personal works). I figured since I sung my praises for  423 more words


Review: Manhattan (1979)

Manhattan begins with the May-December relationship of seventeen-year-old Tracy (Hemingway) and Isaac Davis (Allen). They are perfect lovers: she idealizes him, he sees himself as “a detour” on her highway of life. 141 more words

Reviews And Recommendations

Something's Gotta Give and give and give

My cable service disappeared last night just as the Nonagenarian was about to watch her favorite evening television. So I rifled through my movie collection to find something she might like and I would enjoy seeing again. 202 more words


The Other Sister 1999

Director Garry Marshall made his name in television with shows like Happy Days and Laverne and Shirley, and scored big with Pretty Woman. His 1999 film The Other Sister has largely been forgotten, but it’s one of Hollywood’s more ambitious attempts to deal with mental health issues. 100 more words

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Interiors (1978).

“Joey: Mother, is that you? You shouldn’t be here, not tonight. I’ll take you home. You look so strange and tired. I feel like we’re in a dream together. 652 more words

Age Aint Nothin' But. . .

Is the latest  Rolling Stone cover  of a nude Julia Louis-Dreyfus with the Constitution tattooed on her back a gutsy move for a woman over 50? 492 more words



I have recently been in contact with a guy I dated in my twenties.  He’s now in his sixties.  One of the things that got on my nerves when we dated was that he worked out obsessively every day, 7 days a week and anything else was put on the back burner. 473 more words

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