Results for "author_first: Woody, author_last: Allen"
Small Time Crooks A Woody Allen comedy that suggests that the biggest crime is pretending to be something you are not.
To Rome with Love A multi-story film with warnings about the dangers and delusions of love, marriage, fame, and the need to control everything that shows up in our lives.
Annie Hall A rollicking exploration of one paranoid fellow's tangled world of love and loss.
Midnight in Paris A Woody Allen classic with Paris as an enchanting backdrop, some appealing characters, and a potpourri of witty one-liners.
A Midsummer Night's Sex Comedy Circles around the nuances of love, a web that both tantalizes and confounds Americans.
Hannah and Her Sisters Filled with tart observations and clever asides on the warps of contemporary culture.
Café Society A romantic comedy about the heartbreak of being in love with love.
Broadway Danny Rose A paean to the loveable losers in show biz who give it all they've got but still cup up short.
Radio Days Affectionately eavesdrops on the past and gives everyone a wonderful opportunity to re-imagine what it was like when this communications medium was king.
Crimes and Misdemeanors A metaphysical comedy that offers a thought-provoking portrait of the amorality of our times when many individuals no longer seem troubled by guilt.