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In a previous cover story I wrote about Woody Allen’s career I mentioned how Allen’s films had gotten me through a post-collegiate quarter-life crisis. Artsy intellectuals struggling to find meaning in their work and personal relationships was something that resounded with me at the time, in a big way. 448 more words
It’s Woody Allen’s last great film.
That’s a hard judgment on Crimes and Misdemeanors , which was smart enough to show the world Alan Alda was an asshole by conning Alda into playing Alan Alda under the fig leaf of a stage name. 934 more words
As a part of our welcome to the new year, we here at Lebeau’s LeBlog are going to spend the next couple of weeks looking back thirty years and discussing the best that 1986 had to offer. 514 more words