It's summer again, which means it's time for another Woody Allen film. The director has been churning out a new original film every single year for a long time now, and this year is no exception. Last year's To Rome with Love wasn't exactly a home run, but there was some sharp writing and great performances as usual. Show More Summary
I love the story about how, when generals were parading through the streets of Rome during a victory march, a slave would be tasked with walking behind them saying memento mori — remember you’re mortal. How great is that? Here’s a Roman general, top of the pile, a massive celebrity (like the Jay-Z of his [...]
Brewhouse Music and Grill in Rome filled up quickly Thursday night with fans in cowboy boots and plaid shirts anxiously waiting for country boys Channing Wilson, Canaan Smith and Love and Theft to take the stage. What a perfect line-up, all three sets were amazing and so much fun! I had the privilege of catching up [...]
Rome – I’m about to leave for the papal installation Mass. I do so with great hope about for the prospects of healing this pope embodies. He may have a unique ability to reintroduce the faith with love. Keep reading this post...
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Skip these titles: Stolen, Hit and Run, Possession, The Paperboy, To Rome with Love. Burn These Titles from Your Memory: Won't Back Down, House at the End of the Street. These are the movies that will be worth your time,...
Reviewed by Clark Douglas Quote: "To Rome with Love is minor Allen, but it never aspires to be anything more than that."
There are plenty of reasons Woody Allen cast Jesse Eisenberg to be play a fictionalized version of himself in "To Rome With Love," a charming,...
Fans who are using iMidnight in Parisi as a benchmark might find themselves disappointed with iTo Rome with Lovei, but avid Woody Allen fans will likely find it worth a watch.
Jesse Eisenberg hasn’t seen Woody Allen’s "To Rome With Love," but he thinks you should.
There’s not a whole lot of really exceptional DVDs this week, but at least there’s some variety. If Taken 2 isn’t your thing, there’s also the newest Woody Allen movie, [...] The post Your Mid-Week Guide To DVD And Streaming: Taken 2 Rome With Love appeared first on FilmDrunk.
Welcome back to This Week In Discs! As always, if you see something you like, click on the image to buy it. Wake in Fright John Grant (Gary Bond) is a civilized man doing a stint as a schoolteacher in the Australian outback, but trouble arises when he tries to head home to Sydney and never quite makes it. Show More Summary
The Criterion Collection releases expanded editions of Alfred Hitchcock's The Man Who Knew Too Much and Volker Schlondorff's The Tin Drum. Woody Allen's latest film To Rome With Love and author Stephen Elliott's directorial debut About Cherry are both...
He's the tenor in Woody Allen's shower - in To Rome with Love. Tonight he's at the Wigmore Hall in the Rosenblatt Recital Series, singing Italian verismo and more, though this time minus the soap bubbles. In today's Independent, theShow More Summary
Promoting her newest film in her home country, Penelope Cruz attended the premiere of "Venuto al mondo" in Madrid, Spain on Thursday (January 10). The "To Rome with Love" star wore an all black ensemble featuring a long overcoat andShow More Summary
Briefly: Woody Allen continues to work at a pace that other directors can only dream of. He’s following To Rome With Love with a new film that stars Alec Baldwin, Cate Blanchett, Bobby Cannavale, Louis C.K., Andrew Dice Clay, Sally Hawkins, Peter Sarsgaard and now Michael Stuhlbarg. And now the movie has a title, Blue Jasmine, and a distribution [...]
It is such a treat to see Kerry Washington on the red carpet twice in one week. She is scrumptious! The lovely Django Unchained star turned to Prada for her premiere look in Rome on Friday, wearing a short-sleeved dress with strategic cut-outs. Almost perfect! We love the O-ring detail at the waist, but we're not so crazy about [...]
Love grand opera but wary of a six o’clock curtain with five hours of music behind it? (And nothing is grander than Berlioz’s Les Troyens, eh?) Your dilemma has been solved. Show up at the Met at 7:30 or eight, whenever they have the first intermission. Show More Summary
Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis had a lunch date in LA yesterday at Bossa Nova. Mila and Ashton are back to their West Coast routine after a stay in Rome, where she shot The Third Person with director Paul Haggis. Ashton and Mila showed PDA during their time in Italy, which coincided with Thanksgiving. Show More Summary
The lovely Cat Deeley tied the knot with comedian Patrick Kielty in October in a secret wedding in Rome. On Wednesday, the couple made their...