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What Happened When Woody Allen Made My 85-Year-Old Aunt A Star

Diana de Vegh | Posted 08.10.2016 | Fifty
Diana de Vegh

Once upon a time ... Woody Allen was known as a sophisticated writer, actor, and director of amiable comedies. This story takes place in that time of innocence. It concerns a movie moment in the life of a comfortable lady, and the teapot tempest it unleashes in me, her star gazing relative.

'Godfather' Cinematographer Dies

Reuters | Posted 07.18.2014 | Entertainment

NEW YORK, May 19 (Reuters) - Gordon Willis, the cinematographer responsible for stirring camera work in such film classics as the "Godfather" trilog...

Romney as Zelig

Robert S. McElvaine | Posted 01.23.2014 | Politics
Robert S. McElvaine

Woody Allen's Leonard Zelig became famous as a "human chameleon." If there is a better way to describe Mitt Romney, it is hard to imagine what it would be.

Who/What Is the Real Romney? His First and Only 'Presidential' Decision Provides the Answer

Paul Abrams | Posted 12.29.2012 | Politics
Paul Abrams

Mitt Romney has worn coats-of-many-colors in his political life. His flipping and flopping and weaving and dodging and lying and hiding are so well-known that they hardly even evoke commentary anymore.

Boardwalk Empires, Mockingbirds, Concertos & Rocket Science: Conversations with The Jayhawks, Bela Fleck and Vince Giordano

Mike Ragogna | Posted 11.22.2011 | Entertainment
Mike Ragogna


Gregory Beyer

Watching, And Reading, Woody Allen's "Midnight In Paris" | Gregory Beyer | Posted 07.23.2011 | Entertainment

NEW YORK -- Leaving the Angelika Theater this past weekend, on the opening night of Woody Allen's latest film, I participated in a mild argument with ...

HuffPost Review: Midnight in Paris

Marshall Fine | Posted 07.18.2011 | Entertainment
Marshall Fine

There's a strain of magical realism that runs through the filmography of Woody Allen that pops up -- and delightfully so -- in his newest film, Midnight in Paris.

In Praise of Woody Allen

Marshall Fine | Posted 05.25.2011 | Entertainment
Marshall Fine

Where his films once excited a certain keenness, I often read reviews of a new Woody Allen film these days that convey the attitude of, "Oh, give it a rest already."