I haven’t been doing too great on the “film flashback Friday” initiative, probably due to my grad school schedule. So here is a belated entry for that series. 677 more words
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“It’s remarkable that Emma Stone is entrancing and so is the movie as a whole. Filled with flavorsome performances. The film’s most powerful magic lies in its unquenchable playfulness. 523 more words
“Demanding is over-rated” said a wise woman, who I also happen to be married to.
Woody Allen’s latest film Magic in the Moonlight, is a light and fluffy piece of movie confection set on the photogenic Cote d’Azur that delights the eye but hardly taxes the brain. 772 more words
I haven’t had time for a regular post in a very long time – although there has been no shortage of thoughts, ideas and stimulations. So here is a ‘cheat’ post, with some quick points on Woody Allen’s latest movie. 464 more words
A little bit light on the moon and the magic…
Woody Allen has long been a neurotic soul, his catalogue of films serves only to highlight not to hide this fact, now it seems his psychological crises have escalated to the existential level as he brings us… 671 more words
As Woody Allen movies go, Magic In The Moonlight is middling. It’s nowhere near his worst, nor does it stand with his best.
The film takes place in the twenties, where we meet Stanley (played by Colin Firth), a debunker of spiritualist frauds, who also happens to be a magician. 542 more words