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December 07, 2005

"A spider the size of a Buick"

Woody_allen Woody Allen turned 70, and the weakness of his recent films obscures the fact this is one of the great American filmmakers. We take him for granted, think of him as a cottage industry producing little boutique films, one a year, like clockwork. But since 1969, he has racked up so many masterpieces, so many near-masterpieces and so many just plain good movies that there's no denying his place among the great writer-directors: Sturges, Welles, Keaton, Chaplin.

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I'm sorry but I can't stand Woody Allen or his movies. Scenes from the Mall is the only movie of his that I actually made it through - doesn't mean I liked it - just made it through the whole [Read More]

Tracked on Dec 8, 2005 6:21:15 AM


My very favorite Woody Allen movie: Love and Death. I never tire of watching it. (In fact, you just made me want to go watch it again.) ;)

Posted by: Shawn Lea at Dec 8, 2005 9:23:24 PM