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Woody Allen

Nothing Up His Sleeve

by Ann Morrow August 21, 2014


  In the sumptuous opening to Magic in the Moonlight, there is real magic, both on the stage—with a couple of grand illusions from a magic show—and in the film, which enchantingly captures the swank and ...

Damsel in Distress

by Laura Leon August 22, 2013


  As he has in the past, Woody Allen proves his talent for depicting frazzled women in a way that perhaps only Pedro Almodovar, or in the past, George Stevens, could. Blue Jasmine refers to the ...

Forward Into the Past

by Laura Leon June 15, 2011

This lushly filmed valentine to the City of Lights is a return to form for Woody Allen, whose last film, You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger, really stank. Midnight in Paris follows wannabe novelist Gil ...