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EVERYTHING YOU WANTED TO KNOW ABOUT SEX -Woody Allen-Twilight Time Blu Ray

Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex* (*But Were Afraid to Ask) (U.A.,1972) (TWILIGHT TIME Blu Ray ) $29.95 .Region Free A/B/C release July 18,2017… 1,925 more words

Bob Hope Takes Sweden

DATELINE: Long in the Tooth?

In 1965 Bob Hope was still wise-cracking his way through movies, but he was mostly a TV star by then, or his popularity among young people was nearly at its nadir over his political stand on Vietnam, defending soldiers. 236 more words

Movie Reviews

Writers On Writing #2: Woody Allen – "My Unconscious Makes The Joke, And I'm Laughing At It Because I'm Hearing It For The First Time Myself"

In 2013, critically acclaimed screenwriter and filmmaker Woody Allen sat down with Esquire writer-at-large Cal Fussman as part of the magazine’s What I’ve Learned series, during which Fussman interviews prominent figures in various fields, such as literature, sport, music, politics, etc., so as to discuss the wisdom that such individuals have collected throughout their remarkable lives. 117 more words

Films

Sexual Assault: Same Standard For Black And White Men?

Earlier this week, news broke that R. Kelly has been holding women hostage in one of his rental properties near Atlanta, Georgia. While the embattled R&B star has  593 more words

Newsletter

Martin Landau on Alfred Hitchcock, Woody Allen and how not to be a bad actor

18 July 2017 | Ryan Bilbey | The New Statesman

“I interviewed Martin Landau, the genial, generous actor who has died aged 89, back in 2000. 571 more words

News

"Match Point" Review

Match Point (2005)

As some of my readers will know, especially those based in the UK, last Sunday was the men’s final of the Wimbledon Championships 2017, the oldest and, certainly, most prestigious tennis tournament in the world. 1,302 more words

Film Reviews I

Favorite Film Friday: Manhattan

Manhattan tells the story of a group of dysfunctional Manhattanites who grapple with love in the big city. It also contains some of the most beautiful opening lines in cinema history. 560 more words