To work through that catalogue afresh would be a sumptuous delight
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You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger, Woody Allen, 98 mins (12A)<br/> Route Irish, Ken Loach, 109 mins (15)<br/>The Lincoln Lawyer, Brad Furman, 118 mins (15)
Sunday 20 March 2011
Friday 18 March 2011
Sunday 21 November 2010
We should have known. It turns out that Vicky Cristina Barcelona was a blip, and Woody Allen has slipped back into his usual recent practice of rehashing old scenarios in a slipshod, one-take manner.
Friday 20 August 2010
Wednesday 14 July 2010
Sunday 27 June 2010
Friday 25 June 2010
Carola Long: 'Fair-weather hat wearers have a sheepish air which suggests the accessory landed on their head by accident'
Saturday 08 May 2010
All it takes is a few sunny days. At the merest glimmer of UV light, the British come out of mass fashion hibernation and start contemplating spray tans, indecently short, scruffy denim shorts, and, of course, hats.
Dylan Jones: 'Elaine’s makes you think of Woody Allen, who shot the restaurant scene in 'Manhattan' here'
Saturday 06 March 2010
Elaine's. Just saying it makes you think of New York; of Tom Wolfe, Gay Talese and Norman Mailer, quarrelling over their early evening drinks and talking about money and girls. Makes you think of Woody Allen (who shot the opening restaurant scene in Manhattan here), makes you think of Warren Beatty, of Michael Caine and Jackie O. Makes you think of cocktails, of tortoni, spumoni, zabaglione and puntarelle, of large desserts and proper Upper East Side royalty.
Friday 15 January 2010
French composer Thierry Pécou's group, Ensemble Zellig, was named after the chameleonic hero of Woody Allen's 'Zelig', a derivation which suits his eclecticism.
Monday 11 January 2010
Sunday 27 December 2009
Sunday 27 December 2009
This novella, first published in 1976, is as much a part of the New York cultural scene of that era as a Woody Allen film, what with its neurotic, self-obsessed characters, their over-reaching ambitions and their over-articulate conversations.
Tuesday 17 November 2009
"Love is the answer," said Woody Allen, "but while you're waiting for the answer, sex raises some pretty interesting questions." Indeed. And in that particular field, few subjects have inspired quite so much inquiry as the female orgasm. Some of the greatest male minds, from Sigmund Freud to Billy Chrystal, have wrestled with the subject. Does it exist? What is its evolutionary purpose? Can it be faked?
Friel the force: Anna Friel's stage incarnation as Holly Golightly proves to be a high point in her career
Thursday 24 September 2009
Obama: The only people with the right to object to immigration are Native Americans
Ukip says babies born to immigrants in the UK should be classed as migrants – which would include Nigel Farage’s own children
The young are the new poor: Sharp increase in number of under-25s living in poverty, while over-65s are better off than ever
David Cameron sets out immigration reforms: We should distrust Ukip and their 'snake-oil of simple solutions'
Ukip mocked after mistaking Westminster Cathedral – for a mosque
Tamir Rice: 12-year-old boy playing with fake gun dies after being shot by Ohio police
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