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Twin Peaks "Slaves and Masters" [1991)

Twin Peaks was becoming really laborious by this point.

But it can’t really be blamed on Diane Keaton.

The director here.

Of this episode.

It’s true. 127 more words

David Lynch

Send in the Clowns: Trying to Sell a Horrifying Harlequin Collection

Let me be entirely honest: while I don’t wear any makeup or go to the circus, the predicament of the clown isn’t so foreign to me. 1,549 more words

Gramercy Park

Manhattan (1979)

A middle aged writer juggles relationships with a seventeen year old student, a journalist and his lesbian ex-wife to the backdrop of the New York City skyline. 162 more words

Film

Film Review & Trailer: Finding Dory

Frances Winston really loved this follow-up to Finding Nemo, about the lovable, forgetful Dory, even if at times it was a little over-sentimental!

Directed by: Andrew Stanton –  Starring the voices of: Ellen DeGeneres, Albert Brooks, Hayden Rolence, Ed O’Neill, Kaitlin Olson, Ty Burrell, Diane Keaton, Eugene Levy… 618 more words

Culture & Arts

Manhattan Murder Mystery

Manhattan Murder Mystery (1993). Dir. Woody Allen

“Claustrophobia and a dead body. This is a neurotic’s jackpot” (Larry / Woody Allen)

Manhattan Murder Mystery es una comedia súper divertida con un diálogo genial, una bonita cinematografía, una trama entretenida, misterio y amor. 479 more words

Diane Keaton

Finding Dory

Pixar delivers one of its best sequels, as Ellen DeGeneres’ absent-minded blue tang goes in search of her family.
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Review

New York: The Movies

Five Boroughs and  a handful of genres equals hundreds of great films celebrating life in New York … or fearing it. For most of the worlds non-New Yorkers our first exposure to the Big Apple is through film. 5,048 more words