The glitz, the glamour, the beautiful people, and, oh yeah, the films — it’s that time of year again for the annual Cannes Film Festival.
Woody Allen’s latest film Magic in the Moonlight is missing some of the charm and power that has defined his late career work, but it still pleasant viewing.
Cate Blanchett is mesmerizing in Blue Jasmine and helps keep afloat what is not one of Woody Allen’s strongest efforts
One of the funniest films of all time, Woody Allen’s Sleeper combines sheer physical comedy with a rushing torrent of clever dialogue and repartee. Superbly remastered, this film will provide a fast trip with countless laughs along the way.
Woody Allen gives us an up-close portrait of three siblings in the larger context of their family and friends. Tour de force ensemble acting and excellent pacing make for an enjoyable if occasionally stressful watch as we are exposed some dark themes of infidelity, alcoholism and substance abuse.
Woody Allen’s latest postcard from Europe has plenty of delightful moments, but the whole doesn’t add to greater than its parts on this occasion. To Rome with Love is a minor Allen film that won’t be required viewing.
Woody Allen’s ode to Manhattan in glorious black and white arrives on Blu-ray in a pleasing high definition transfer from MGM.
Woody Allen’s groundbreaking romantic comedy comes to Blu-ray from MGM.