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REVIEW: Fading Gigolo

On paper, “Fading Gigolo” sounds like the kind of movie Woody Allen would have made in the ’70s or early ’80s.  The bored Murray (Allen) facing the obsolescence of his current job decides to pimp out his unconventionally virile buddy Fioravante (John Turturro) to jaded women.   399 more words

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Parker Posey & Jamie Blackley Join Woody Allen's New Film

Woody Allen has added to the cast of his latest film, which is currently shooting in Rhode Island. Starring alongside Joaquin Phoenix and Emma Stone will be Parker Posey ( 54 more words

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Viver de trás para a frente

“Na minha próxima vida, quero viver de trás para a frente.
Começar morto, para despachar logo o assunto.
Depois, acordar num lar de idosos e ir-me sentido melhor a cada dia que passa. 119 more words

Film Favorites: Hannah and Her Sisters

Woody Allen has made many great films, and, as has become too obvious of late, many less than great ones. Generally, he’s at his best when things are at their most unsentimental and nervy – he’s on less sure footing when it comes to exploring purely positive, uncomplicated depictions of his characters. 1,521 more words

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Impressions of the Blogosphere

Hello everybody, I’m Drew Menashtenoushalowski, the blogosphere’s first impressionist. Today, I’m going to share with you some of my favorite—and best!—impressions!

Here is my impression of Jerry Seinfeld: He’s a funny guy who starred in one of the best sitcoms of all time. 564 more words

Humor

Midnight in Paris

Francois Truffaut once said that he preferred the reflection of life to life itself. He would rather see a film of a landscape or famous monument in lieu of seeing it up close. 926 more words

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7 Things to Do in New York's Art World Before August 3

MONDAY, JULY 28

Party: Hosted By at SculptureCenter

Make the trek put to Long Island City for SculptureCenter’s summer soiree, Hosted By, held on the new spacious patio area. 319 more words