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Proof that 2020 has been a non-typical year is the fact that the chance to review “A Rainy Day in New York” by Woody Allen showed up and I jumped at the chance. I’ve never been a big fan of Allen but thought what the hell, I’ll roll the dice. “A Rainy Day in New […]
By Bob Bloom It’s a wonder if anyone can sit through Woody Allen’s excruciating “Wonder Wheel” and come away satisfied. The film, set at Coney Island in the 1950s, feels like a play that Allen wrote, then shelved because he had second thoughts after rereading it. Instead, Allen turned it into a movie, which, even […]
Vince Giordano is a consummate showman leading his band, the Nighthawks, through decades of jazz music in this fun, but superficial, documentary.
The previous decade of movies has been one of Woody Allen's best, but "Irrational Man" is a moody flick with half-hearted moral posturing.
Woody Allen's much-lauded drama about morality and guilt splits the difference between two interesting characters, and loses its way.
One of Woody Allen’s most briskly entertaining movies in years, “Magic in the Moonlight” is about love, mysticism and con jobs.
Woody Allen pens a love letter to Rome in his newest effort. Unfortunately "To Rome with Love" relies more upon it's star-studded cast than it's presumed neurotic mores.
Stephen Frears directs a star studded cast in a film loosely based on sports gambler Beth Raymer's memoirs.