Travis Bickle and Annie Hall deserve better
Trix ain't for kids
Susan Tyrrell, who died the other day, got recognized for her full-throttle acting when she was Oscar-nominated for John Huston's Fat City, the 1972 drama in which she played a spiteful alkie who throws herself into a fading boxer's life. But in 1983, SuSu told me her life didn't change after that ... More >>
The Colbert ReportGet More: Colbert Report Full Episodes,Political Humor & Satire Blog,Video ArchiveTwitter was abuzz last night about Diane Keaton's appearance on the Colbert Report, with people wondering if the Annie Hall and Godfather star was drunk, high, or just plain nuts. Watching it, we wond ... More >>
So many stars say they haven't had surgery that I actually expect Barbara Walters to come out and say it too. It's the oldest cliche in the book. An older actor--looking remarkably line-free--says, "I haven't had surgery, but I wouldn't rule it out in the future." But I worship Diane Keaton and s ... More >>
You've seen it all before at this new West Village bistro
Clip Job: an excerpt every day from the Voice archives. January 11, 1973, Vol. XVIII, No. 2 films in focus by Andrew Sarris 'Tis the season to grind out 10-best lists, and this is certainly not the year to turn one's back on tradition. Still, there is at least one prominent film critic who ... More >>
Lucinda in Ithica, very much doing a Diane Keaton sort of thing. Lucinda Williams Webster Hall Saturday, March 12 Better Than: The "80s Prom Night" party going on next door. You know what you don't see 'round these parts that often? Drummers coming out onstage rocking a washboard. Not that Luci ... More >>
via All Movie PhotoWith the announcement of the upcoming Brooklyn movie theatre, we thought it best to try and help a burgeoning local business out. The six-screen cineplex will hopefully become an essential part of the neighborhood. So in honor of the scheduled completion of the new multiple ... More >>
Your best alternative to opting out of Halloween completely: Vegging in front of the ol' tele -- because, let's get serious for a second, the idea of partying it up Sunday night isn't exactly motivating when you consider the East Village barrage of drunken revelers, that getting a costume now ... More >>
She reportedly turned down The Blind Side and The Proposal, two smashes that ended up making Sandra Bullock the hottest property in Hollywood except for the sex rehab center where her husband ended up. But now Julia Roberts has said yes to what seems like a sure thing: Eat Pray Love After ... More >>
A week and a day after the news was released (by email, if you recall) that Al and Tipper Gore are calling it quits, the Washington Post informs us that the eldest Gore girl, Karenna, has been has been separated from her husband, Andrew Schiff, for a couple months now. Oh dear. The couple is ... More >>
Is that your card catalog or are you just happy to see me?Hold onto your library cards, peeps. Will Manley has released the results of the librarian sex survey that Wilson Library Bulletin refused to run in 1992 -- the one which he got fired over. The results are... less than scintillating. B ... More >>
She was Annie Hall, so we suppose we should pay attention: Diane Keaton fell and hit her head yesterday on the set of Morning Glory, a movie she's making with Harrison Ford in New York. She's fine. Apparently she was dressed in an inflatable suit and doing some sort of visual gag with a sumo wrestl ... More >>
The new Woody Allen film, Whatever Works -- his 40th for those keeping count -- signals a return for the filmmaker in more ways than one. For starters, it is his first film to shoot on location in New York since Melinda and Melinda in 2004, interrupting a half-decade European vacation during which ... More >>
Nightlife pickin's so slim that I even went to a museum.
Wood was no artist. That's what makes him interesting.
Adrian Tomine's Shortcomings
The long walk over, Julie Delpy explores what comes next (i.e., the hard part)
Woody's valentine to our fair city should finally be embraced for what it is: fantasy
Commiserating with fellow club columnist Romano. Plus playgoing and going to play.
Diane Keaton subjects herself to more indignities in Michael Lehmann's latest vapid comedy
Just in time to wind down Hanukkah, a Woody Allen retro
The awful truth about Nancy Meyers
A New Hampshire Mill Town's Primary Concern: What Else but the Economy?
Collecting This Season's Coffee-Table Books
Moviegoers Avoid Big-Budget Pitfalls
A rundown of the season's movies handpicked for their potential wondrousness or probable woefulness.