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'Not a 1st Amendment issue’: Mia Farrow reminded why 'The Interview' isn't being released

Sony Pictures has decided not to release the movie “The Interview,” but Mia Farrow has made an offer similar to others:

Dear @SonyPictures I would like to host The Interview on my website.

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New York Stories (1989)

As a fan of all the filmmakers involved, it feels great to finally see New York Stories but I had my expectations in check. I’ve had enough experience with anthology films to know how uneven they can be but this one fares well for the most part. 557 more words

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Olhos pregados em ‘Cheek to Cheek’

É o encerramento do belo A Rosa Púrpura do Cairo, de Woody Allen, quando, em plena Depressão, a ingênua personagem de Mia Farrow refugia-se no templo dos sonhos, regado pela força de Hollywood: exemplo de esperança contra a miséria.


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Mia Farrow in a publicity still for The Great Gatsby in 1974

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September (1987)

I have no problem with “movies that look like plays.” Roman Polanski’s Carnage is a fantastic film (it helps that John C. Reilly is in it, of course, but I digress) and I think the use of a single setting can really work to a film’s advantage. 469 more words

The Purple Rose of Cairo (1985)

I pretty much start every Woody Allen review off by saying, “I’m not really a big Woody Allen fan!” I think it’s time I stop because, more often than not, I’m finding that I really enjoy his films. 475 more words

The Purple Rose of Cairo (1985)

As is often the case with Woody Allen’s movies, he’s trying to make a statement here that doesn’t quite come off. Tom Baxter, played by an overly affable Jeff Daniels, is a stock blue-eyed boy from a schmaltzy 1930s movie that carries the same name as this one who walks off the screen and into the life of a woman (Mia Farrow) whose only solace comes from watching movies. 240 more words