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What Jennifer Aniston and I Have in Common

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I’m with Jennifer Aniston. I totally support celebrities who want to be famous, yet live in anonymity when it suits them. And I realize this will trickle down and benefit me in the long run. 829 more words

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Mia Farrow: born Maria de Lourdes Villiers-Farrow 1945, on screen from 1964, starting with Peyton Place (TV 1964-66).

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SHADOWS AND FOG (1991)

 | Dir: Woody Allen

“Nothing is more terrifying than attempting to make people laugh – and failing.”

Allen’s most ravishing pictures have been in monochrome and this marks his first return to black and white since 1984, after a hot streak of 5 in 7 years with cinematographer Gordon Willis. 728 more words

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ALICE (1990)

 | Dir: Woody Allen

“If you want, we can go talk about our kindergarten that would give him the best chances of getting into an Ivy league school.” 604 more words

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CRIMES AND MISDEMEANORS (1989)


 | Dir: Woody Allen

“Idea for a farce – a poor loser agrees to do the story of a great man’s life and in the process comes to learn deep values.” 1,137 more words

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Flashback Friday: Rosemary's Baby (1968)


ROSEMARY’S BABY IS ONE of those movies that most movie fans, particularly horror lovers would have heard of, such was the critical acclaim attested to it. 303 more words

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ANOTHER WOMAN (1988)


 | Dir: Woody Allen

“I wonder if a memory is something you have or something you’ve lost.”

Before Allen took a modern swing at Tennessee Williams and deception in his last Oscar winner, 2013’s… 1,066 more words

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