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Woody Allen has been dispatching cinematic postcards from European cities for much of the past decade and following missives from London, Barcelona and Paris, he’s now alighted in the Italian capital for To Rome with Love. It’s another multi-stranded comedy … Continue reading
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If Woody Allen had been born a neurotic blonde Frenchwoman instead of a neurotic New Yorker, he might very well have come up with 2 Days in New York, Julie Delpy’s quirky follow-up as writer, director and star to her … Continue reading
Film review | Damsels in Distress – Whit Stillman’s fragrant girls are all at sea with smelly frat boys
After a break of 13 years since his last movie, writer-director Whit Stillman, the WASP Woody Allen, is back with another droll, quirky comedy of manners. If droll and quirky don’t do it for you, steer clear. Those who’ve seen … Continue reading
Silence was golden again at the Oscars this year, with The Artist, already hotly tipped, tap-dancing off with the three big awards of the night: Best Film, Best Director for Michel Hazanavicius and Best Actor for Jean Dujardin. Dujardin made … Continue reading
Let Movie Talk take you by the arm and lead you down the red carpet, familiarising you with the nominees along the way… Best Director Michel Hazanavicius – The Artist If you can see this, then you might need a … Continue reading
Who’s going to make the biggest noise at this year’s Oscars? Will silence prove golden for hot favourite The Artist? Will The Help clean up? Or will The Descendants inherit all the glory? With the clock ticking down to Sunday … Continue reading
Woody Allen seemed to have lost his fizz as a filmmaker of late – and then he uncorked the sparkling Midnight in Paris, a comic fantasy with all the effervescence of vintage champagne. He has a new leading man this … Continue reading
The 2012 Oscars nominations have just been announced and, as usual, following the Golden Globes and plenty of speculation, there aren’t that many surprises. Here are the main category nominees: Best Picture The Artist War Horse The Descendants Midnight in … Continue reading