“A Middling Moral Fable”: Cassandra’s Dream – The Woody Allen Pages Review

Cassandra’s Dream marks Woody Allen’s third film in a row in London. It’s another serious morality tale – with not a hint of Allen’s wit on show. Featuring original score, it’s an intense and bizarre film – that ultimately doesn’t work. Colin Farrell and Ewan McGregor star as Terry and Ian, two brothers with big […]

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Blue Jasmine: First US Reviews

It looks like the embargo has been lifted and reviews are starting to flood in for Blue Jasmine, Woody Allen’s new film. The general concensus so far is the the film is above average Woody Allen, made all the better with a startling turn from Cate Blanchett. Let’s get into it! Excerpts ahoy! Here’s The […]

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Paris Manhattan US And Canada Release And Reviews

Paris Manhattan, the Woody Allen inspired by romantic comedy written and directed by Sophie Lellouche, is finally getting sporadic releases throughout the US and Canada starting 12th April. With it’s release has come many reviews. First the Americans. The New York Times were cold on the film. Lighter than cat dander and just as likely […]

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Sleeper, Hannah And Her Sister Blu Ray Reviews

  Two more Woody Allen classics – Sleeper and Hannah And Her Sisters – hit high definition this month in the US. The release has generated several reviews, many specifically discussing the quality of upgraded audio and video. Here are some of what they’re saying about these latest editions. The consensus seems to be that […]

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