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Happy Birthday Woody!

Happy Birthday to one of our best filmmakers.

 


Happy Birthday To Woody Allen!

Happy Birthday to Woody Allen, one of the best filmmakers in the world and my personal favorite. At 79 he is still going strong and making quality films. Here’s the trailer from his “Midnight In Paris” from about three years ago.

 

 

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Happy Birthday Woody Allen!

Happy Birthday to one of the best filmmakers ever. From zany comedies to emotional dramas to witty relationship tales, and everything in between, Woody has done it and done it well. For my money, very few if any can come close to his mastery of film, both writing and directing. Of course, that might be subjective. Maybe this video will help.

 

 

Have a great birthday, Woody, looking forward to your next film!

Are you a fan of Woody Allen? Leave me a comment…

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Happy Birthday Woody Allen

Woody is perhaps America’s greatest living filmmaker. Certainly in the top five. I have loved his movies for as long as I can remember and I look forward to each new one. So I want to wish him a very happy birthday!

Let’s celebrate! Here are a few clips from his films.

 

 

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To Rome With Love

I saw the new Woody Allen movie today. Friends know that I am a huge fan of his, and as such I may not be completely objective. So what. He’s one of the best filmmakers ever and a huge talent to boot. Sure, he’s made a few lesser films but overall nearly all of his films are good, very good, great, and/or amazing.

Really, you need to see each of his films a few times to truly appreciate the witty and incisive writing, the expert direction, the always-high talent level of the actors. And this one has all that. Set in Rome, it tells multiple stories but weaves them all into a enjoyable, funny, and clever film. Is it a drama with comedy or a comedy with drama? Dunno. Who cares. The characters are interesting and draw you in, and he gives them good lines and the leeway to create.

Here’s the trailer:

 


Happy Birthday Woody Allen!

Woody is perhaps America’s best living filmmaker. Certainly in the top five. I have loved his movies for as long as I can remember and look forward to each new one. So I want to wish him a very happy birthday!

Here’s a clip from a very early movie, still funny over 40 years later…

What’s your favorite Woody Allen movie or scene?

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