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Mia Farrow Has a Desire to Hurt Woody Allen, Lawyer Claims
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“Woody Allen is a genius. Woody Allen is a predator”: Why Mariel Hemingway’s new revelation matters
I love "Manhattan," even though it makes me queasy. Hemingway's new memoir forces me to confront my blind spot
is it a must see? Perhaps not for everyone, but it's a terrific fun and personal movie. If you admire Woody Allen or Diane Keaton I'd say it's a must, otherwise it still couldn't hurt to have a laugh, that's healthy right?If your brain is your second favorite organ, if you fancy a Phd in oral sex, if the greatest stance you ever made was refusing to eat grapes for 24 hrs, if you like a Streetcar Named Desire, or police states then watch it.
Blue Jasmine brings to mind older Woody Allen movies, with definite allusions to A Streetcar Named Desire, with Cate Blanchett epitomising Blanche. Maybe a little long, and quite painful (in a good way) in parts.
Kristen Stewart on Woody, 'Twilight,' Why She's Glad She's Not in 'Huntsman: Winter's War'
Tidbits on what kept her away from the Snow White sequel; her favorite Twilight film; working with Woody Allen; and desire to direct
Zelig is a 1983 American mockumentary film written and directed by Woody Allen and starring Allen and Mia Farrow. Allen plays Leonard Zelig, a nondescript enigma who, out of his desire to fit in and be liked, takes on the characteristics of strong personalities around him. The film, presented as a documentary, recounts Zelig's intense period of celebrity in the 1920s and includes analyses from present day intellectuals.
Woody Allen Quotes
Eighty percent of success is showing up. - Woody Allen