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What's Up, Tiger Lily? (1966)

In 1993, a silly Australian movie came out called Hercules Returns. It was one of the stupidest ideas I’d ever seen in my life, and absolutely the most hilarious and, I thought at the time, innovative. 438 more words


Film Review: Magic in the Moonlight at mac birmingham

Magic in the Moonlight is a charming, whimsical tale that is entertaining without ever being enthralling. Set in the 1920s French Riviera, it is shot beautifully and invokes the trademark feeling that I get when sat in front of the latest Woody Allen cinematic slice. 110 more words


Throwback Thursday: Midnight in Paris and The Tourist Gaze, Desire for Self-Mastery, and a New Kind of Ethnographer

          Woody Allen’s Midnight in Paris (Allen, 2011), creates desire within the viewer while also offering a unique take on the Tourist Gaze, desire and ethnography through the lead male character, Gil Pender. 1,486 more words

Throwback Thursday


Kathy Bates winning Best Actress


Kathy Bates in Dolores Claiborne (Sometimes Being A




KATHY BATES has been honored numerous times for her work on stage, screen and television. 806 more words


Film Review: Magic in the Moonlight

Sweeping views of the Riviera and the charming lighting used to illuminate the already beautiful Emma Stone was possibly the only seductive quality of Woody Allen’s recently released, Magic in the Moonlight. 213 more words




We watched Annie Hall sort of out of the blue, and all because Bob Dylan’s “Just Like A Woman,” started playing. It made me think of the scene where Pam (Shelley Duvall) describes the song to an uninterested Alvy (Woody Allen). 377 more words

One-Liner Wednesday -- Life

Life is full of misery, loneliness, and suffering — and it’s all over much too soon.

Woody Allen

This is my contribution to Linda G Hill’s One-Liner Wednesday prompt.