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I finally watched Annie Hall.
When I tell people I’m a comedy writer they frequently ask me whether I’ve seen that movie. I’ve never understood that – if I say “I like comedy” nobody EVER brings up Annie Hall, but when I say “I write comedy” suddenly I need to watch it – but I finally decided to get it over with. 329 altre parole
It appears that Woody Allen was going through a phase at the start of the millennium where he made back to back comedies latched onto the theme of crime. 962 altre parole
As the cultural capital of the United States, it’s no surprise that New York City has fascinated filmmakers for generations.
The city has been the backdrop of more movies than we can count, and a number of them are absolutely awful representations. 886 altre parole
The soundtrack album for John Turturro’s indie comedy Fading Gigolo. The album features the music from the film, including tracks by saxophonist Gene Ammons, trombone/trumpet player Trombone Shorty, as well as songs by Dalida, Vanessa Paradis, M’Barka Ben Taleb and Dean Martin. 119 altre parole