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  1. Thought you might be interested to read Roger Ebert's new review of Crimes and Misdemeanors. Alan is this worth linking to from the top 100 (assuming it's in the new list) Matt
  2. Evan C

    Cafe Society

    This is easily Allen's best work since Midnight in Paris, and if you exclude Midnight in Paris, it's his best since Bullets Over Broadway. It's not great, but it's thoroughly enjoyable and engaging, and it's several steps up from recent slogs like To Rome with Love or Magic in the Moonlight, and I think the pacing sparkles and moves along much more smoothly than Blue Jasmine and Vicky Christina Barcelona. Cafe Society is basically a remake of Radio Days set in 1930's Hollywood with a touch more cynicism, although it's pretty mild compared to other Allen films. Basically, the cynicism come
  3. /Film: Release date is July 26, 2014.
  4. Evan C

    Alice (1990)

    I nominated Alice for the top 25 Divine Comedies, because I feel it is a perfect example of a comedy with spiritual themes about finding your vocation, finding happiness, and sacrificing oneself for others. It's also one of Allen's funniest films IMO, and definitely one of his most positively spiritual and optimistic films. Since only three films per director can make the list, I really hope that we can get this on it along with Hannah and Her Sisters and The Purple Rose of Cairo. If you're not a fan of Allen, I think there is still a decent chance you might enjoy this one. It's themati
  5. Having recently subscribed to one of those DVDs by post thingmajigs I chose Purple Rose of Cairo as one of my first options. I know PTC has it in his top 11 of all time list. Are there any other fans out there? I think I'm one of them. Having encountered Woody Allen impressions and caricatures before encountering his films, it always jaded my enjoyment of the films he starred in. Don't get me wrong Annie Hall is still great. But it was nice to see one of Allen's films without the distraction of him being in it. Really nicely done and lots of clever references. I got to watch this two tim
  6. Tyler

    Fading Gigolo

    Woody Allen plays a bookshop owner who becomes Turturro's pimp. For realz. With Sharon Stone and Sofia Vergara. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cqGDBnYU6rA&feature=player_embedded This is the first time Allen has acted in a movie he didn't write or direct since 2000's Picking Up the Pieces.
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