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“Metropolitan” and The Indiscreet Charm Of The Bourgeois

If you’re in AZ and free at 7pm tonight, you’re in for a treat: Harkins Valley Art on Mill Ave is doing a FREE screening of Whit Stillman’s classic movie “Metropolitan”! 35 more words

Radio Days (1987)

Radio Days
Written and directed by Woody Allen
(number 313)

I don’t think I’ve ever actually watched a Woody Allen before. I’m very into this one, it’s hilarious, full of great music and very funny jokes. 488 more words


Break time

Now that spring is here and the clocks have gone forward, it’s time for a break from blogging. I’ve been doing it with metronomic regularity since the clocks went forward, and now have other fish to fry. 223 more words

Wrong Questions

You’re asking the wrong questions. If you want to make the world a better place, tell funnier jokes!

–Woody Allen


Today in Madonna History: March 20, 1992

On March 20 1992, Woody Allen’s Shadows and Fog went into wide release in North America.

Madonna appears briefly in scenes with John Malkovich and Mia Farrow, playing the role of a tightrope artist named Marie. 6 more words


We'll always have Casablanca: Noah Isenberg highlights why the iconic film still matters

We’ll Always Have Casablanca: The Life, Legend, and Afterlife of Hollywood’s Most Beloved Movie
By Noah Isenberg
WW Norton
336 pp; $36.95

It was 1942 when Casablanca was produced, 75 years ago, and standards were different. 733 more words