The Lou Reed on 1989's New York is a different animal than the one we'd previously come to know. He's kicked drugs. He's explicitly political. "The archetypal Lou Reed song makes you feel compassion for somebody you never understood and never expected to feel compassion for," Voice scribe Tom Carson ... More >>
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Midnight in Paris has gotten some of the best reviews in ages for master auteur Woody Allen, who keeps on cranking them out, as blissfully neurotic as ever. And that's a good opportunity for me to look back at Woody's incredibly large ouevre and pick his five best gems, in ascending order of ... More >>
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Previewing the 36th New York Film Festival