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Woody Allen

Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by Nutonce, Apr 24, 2005.

  1. Nutonce

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    Woody Allen

    Discussion started by Nutonce - Apr 24, 2005

    this man is the don of films.

    too smart for the ordinary. too real for the ignorant.

    Remarkable work, nothing remotely close to his level of intelligence, talent and humor is available today.

    although sideway was extraordinary. still not touching the don's work.

    voice your opinions.


    i recommend all, just to be exposed to his work, but especially some of his less recent works.

    for example:
    crimes and misdemeanors

    small time crooks



    recognize.
     
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    CinchedWaist - Replied Apr 25, 2005

    I wonder if his newest one was any good?
    I have annie hall on my netflix queue.
    Suggest a couple that you consider the best and i'mm put em on there.
    He's still a perv, though.
    the only one i've really seen was...the curse of the jade scorpion.
     
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    fermentor666 - Replied Apr 25, 2005

    Husbands and Wives, Crimes and Misdemeanors, Sleeper, Hannah and Her Sisters, Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex * But Were Afraid to Ask, Manhattan, Annie Hall, Bananas.


    All good Woody Allen films.
     
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    CACashRefund - Replied Apr 25, 2005

    Small time crooks is the only movie of his ive ever seen.
    Damn good one at that.
     
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    Kr430n5_666 - Replied Apr 25, 2005

    yweah yeah
     
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    CamAlmighty - Replied Apr 25, 2005

    I thought he was good in Cheers.














    Fo' real. :what:
     
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    CIPHER_one - Replied Apr 25, 2005

    Radio Days is my fave. Although I have somehow yet to see Annie fucking Hall.

    His last..I dunno...6 have been mediocre. His newest, Melinda and Melinda, was mediocre as well. Will Ferrel was actually really good. Steve Carrell was in it...and he was kinda pointless. It was strange.

    He's usually pretty whatever about his movies, but he said he's actually pretty confident about the one thats coming out soon, Match Point. Scarlett Johansan is in it. That's apparently why he's so confident.
     
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    The Leader - Replied Apr 25, 2005

    I haven't seen many of his films, but from what I have seen I have gathered his movies are simply the same characters in different situations.
     
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    fr8lover - Replied Apr 25, 2005

    double post.
     
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    fr8lover - Replied Apr 25, 2005

    i couldn't agree more. he's known for his sharp dialogue driven style, but the dialogue was so freakin' boring 90% of the time it was hard to care enough to follow.

    ferrell was good except he was the "woody allen character," which can be annoying at times.

    i give the movie a c-.

    i do like stuff like manhattan and annie hall, and i guess everyone hated the newer one with jason biggs and christina ricci, but i kinda dug it. better than melinda and melinda at least.
     
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    Nutonce - Replied Apr 27, 2005

    bump because of crimes and misdemeanors.
     
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    CIPHER_one - Replied Apr 27, 2005

    Yeah, it was like he didn't feel like acting, so he let Ferrell do it for him. Still, I liked his delivery a lot.

    And I'm with ya on Anything Else. I was really into it. That scene when Woody smashes the windshield is priceless. Def better than MelindaX2.
     
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    sleepyceas2- - Replied Apr 27, 2005

    yo this nigga married his step daughter, but they got the nerve to get on R.kelly. . . . .

    read up on it otherwise. . .
    sucka nigga - mos def
     
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    The Leader - Replied Apr 27, 2005

    ^everyone knows about that.

    R.Kelly was pissing on an underage girl.

    W.Allen married his step daughter legally. It was frowned upon, but it wasn't illegal.
     
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    mackfatsoe - Replied Apr 27, 2005

    Still, it's ridiculously creepy that he is banging his adopted daughter.
     
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