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‘Cafe Society’ A Bittersweet, Clever Romantic Comedy

Cafe Society takes viewers to a simpler time to tell a story about romance, life and growing up I have seen a few of Woody Allen’s films and they were pretty good. I loved him in Antz, Small Time Crooks and The Curse of the Jade Scorpion. Some of his newer films I have heard… The post ‘Cafe Society’ A Bittersweet, Clever Romantic Comedy appeared first on The Good Men Project.
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