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Irrational Man: Philosophy & Justice

Watching a Woody Allen movie these days is akin to watching a great athlete in the twilight of his career.

Every now and then you get to see a vintage performance, a reminder of the self-assured mastery and skill that once made this guy the greatest in the world. 958 more words

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Hannah and Her Sisters

Released:  1986

Cast:  Woody Allen, Michael Caine, Mia Farrow, Carrie Fisher, Barbara Hershey, Lloyd Nolan, Maureen O’Sullivan, Daniel Stern, Max von Sydow, Dianne Wiest

Oscar Wins:  … 883 more words

1001 Movies You Must See Before You Die

Paul's Mini-Review #11

“Soylent Green” (1973)

The unfortunately sad truth about “Soylent Green” is that most people only remember the film for its twist ending, though said ending has been ranked as one of the best twists in all of cinema. 1,952 more words


Are the Old Ones the Best #2 – Hannah and Her Sisters (1986) and Rush – Moving Pictures (1981)

A weekly (almost) review of an old film and album, every Friday. The question ‘Are the Old Ones the Best?’ should be considered as ‘Should you check this out?’.  1,367 more words

Are The Old Ones The Best?

Hannah and Her Sidecars

Use real lemon juice because life is sour and sometimes sweet at the same time.

By Andrew Pridgen

The Drink: Traditional Sidecar

• ¾ oz. brandy… 333 more words

PIMP OF THE PERVERSE Dialectics of the sexes 2

If self is a location, so is love:
Bearings taken, markings, cardinal points,
Options, obstinacies, dug heels, and distance,
Here and there and now and then, a stance.
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Lyrical Prose

Film Friday #222

Manhattan (1979)

Middle-aged, divorced New Yorker, Isaac (Woody Allen) is shagging a seventeen year old girl (Mariel Hemmingway) who adores him and basically has no baggage. 911 more words