"... check out the old kinescopes of Sid Caesar."Goodbye to Sid Caesar. He was 91.
From 2004, some thoughts on Woody Allen's fixations: On the surface, Annie Hall purports to tell the tale of how...
Woody Allen may have issued a statement Tuesday declaring he is innocent of charges he once sexually molested his adopted daughter, Dylan Farrow, but the Annie Hall director doesn't appear concerned the accusation will hurt his career. Show More Summary
How does a computer see Inception or Annie Hall? The answer will make you question the nature of human subjectivity. Inception is like a Pollock made with a straight edge. The Matrix is a child's doodle. Annie Hall looks like someone winding yarn. And 2001: A Space Odyssey looks, quite suitably, like the cover art off a 1980s science book. Read Full Story
Via valued commenter Bill E Pilgrim, a clip of Jon Chait delivering the most devastating retort since Woody Allen produced Marshall McLuhan to silence a pompous blowhard in “Annie Hall.” Burn, baybee. Buurrrrnnnn! This space reserved for your ad.
Missed the Woody Allen tribute - did they put the part where a woman publicly confirmed he molested her at age 7 before or after Annie Hall? — Ronan Farrow (@RonanFarrow) January 13, 2014 Read more...
Missed the Woody Allen tribute - did they put the part where a woman publicly confirmed he molested her at age 7 before or after Annie Hall? — Ronan Farrow (@RonanFarrow) January 13, 2014 Woody Allen was honored at this year's Golden Globe Awards for his lifetime work. Show More Summary
2013?s contribution to the list of iconic fashion films is David O. Russell’s “American Hustle”, in which we’re thrust loudly into the mega-glam scene of the late ’70s/early ’80s. “Annie Hall”. “The Great Gatsby”. “Bonnie & Clyde”. “Breakfast at Tiffany’s”. There are films in which fashion commands your attention and often steals the show, sometimes [...]Show More Summary
Did you know that the movie we know as Annie Hall was a tiny part of a gigantic, life-spanning Woody Allen movie called Anhedonia? If you did, congratulations! This information isn't secret; it's been public knowledge for decades. But...Show More Summary
Did you find Woody Allen’s performance in Annie Hall to be a bit too triangular, or did you perhaps think… Read More
1. "Don't knock masturbation," says Woody Allen's Alvy Singer in Annie Hall. "It's sex with someone I love." Her is many things, but at its heart, it's a clear-minded, alternately romantic and fatalist look at what, precisely, we are...Show More Summary
Here's to hoping our upcoming holiday dinners aren't nearly this awkward. The supercut gurus over at Slacktory have done it again with this compilation of the most uncomfortable dinner scenes from movies, from "Annie Hall" to "Step Brothers." Watch above! Via Tastefully Offensive
Amazon and MGM announced a deal Tuesday to make more MGM movies, as well as the History Channel hit Vikings, available for streaming on Prime Instant Video. Previously, Vikings had been available exclusively through Amazon’s European streaming service Lovefilm. It’s not available for streaming on Netflix. Movies included […]
The subscription streaming service's expanded offering includes "Fargo" and "Annie Hall," among other titles. read more
A reader sends the above video: Someone hates “The Big Bang Theory” so much that they used this clip from Annie Hall and superimposed the image from the show onto the TV monitor. Another reader: There is a good point to be made here, but this article seems to use the term “laugh track” like […]
If feeding your dog homemade venison mixed with organic quinoa sounds like the sort of California new age food fad Woody Allen famously mocked in "Annie Hall," it's just a new take on the way Americans used to feed their dogs -- with scraps from the table. Show More Summary
We think America's youth would benefit from watching Annie Hall, The Graduate, and Kids as much as they would watching the Montagues and Capulets duke it out.
Every day, Watch This offers staff recommendations inspired by a new movie coming out that week. This week: With Woody Allen’s Blue Jasmine coming to theaters, we look back on the Woodman's most undervalued movies. Interiors (1978) Until...Show More Summary
I used to sort of hate New York. I rooted against the Yankees and saw the “big city” as a scary place of noise, fast-talk, and blood-filled drama. Then I watched "Annie Hall." And "Manhattan." And "The Purple Rose of Cairo."
The Cyclone isn't the only famous wooden rollercoaster to grace Coney Island—in 1925 the Thunderbolt was built, and it kept on operating all the way through 1982. And while it was demolished in 2000, there is now a plan to bring it back to life. Today Luna Park and the city’s Economic Development Corp announced the return of the coaster, which will happen in 2014. [ more › ]