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  • Voice Choices

    December 25, 2013


    Rebecca Hall stars in Machinal

  • Film

    December 5, 2012
  • Film

    June 27, 2012

    Woody's Roman Holiday

    Woody Allen and co-stars talk movies, love, and death

  • Blogs

    June 8, 2011

    Woody Allen's Best Movies Ranked In Order

    ​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 >>

  • Music

    June 1, 2010

    The Jazz Evangelism of Woody Allen

    Clarinet in hand, the director defends one of America's disappearing art forms

  • Blogs

    February 9, 2009

    My Oscar Predictions For The World To See

    Here they are, boys! Here they are, world! Here's predictions! *Best Picture. Slumdog Millionaire. This is the biggest "duh" since Julia Roberts won. *Best Actor. Sean Penn for Milk. Mickey Rourke will come in a close second, but the Academy usually can't resist the "bravery" of a straight person ... More >>

  • Blogs

    January 22, 2009

    Oscar Nominations Announced

    The Best Picture Oscar nominees are The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, Frost/Nixon, Milk, The Reader, and Slumdog Millionaire. The other top nominations are: Best Actor: Richard Jenkins (The Visitor), Frank Langella (Frost/Nixon), Sean Penn (Milk), Brad Pitt (The Curious Case of Benjamin Button), ... More >>

  • Blogs

    December 10, 2008

    Milk, Happy-Go-Lucky Top NY Film Critics Awards

    The New York Film Critics Circle has split its top four honors between two films. Milk was named Best Picture and Sean Penn's eponymous role won him the Best Actor Award; Sally Hawkins in Happy-Go-Lucky's title-describing lead took Best Actress and Mike Leigh won Best Director. A 3-1 division in the ... More >>

  • Blogs

    September 2, 2008

    Arts Roundup: Puppet Show Panned, Etc.

    The Brooklyn Paper's Thurston Dooley III pans Puppetworks' Hansel & Gretel, claiming the puppeteers' "ability to pull the more important strings —- the heartstrings —- was unfairly hampered by a story that is dour when it should be upbeat and morose when it should be merely sad." He also says th ... More >>