Thursday, September 18, 2008

Friday Session

Cosmopapi takes a stab at Zelig:
The disparate scenes come fast and furious here, with a crackling pace that makes the film seem a lot denser and longer than its slim 79 minutes. This is classic Woody, a wonderfully sophisticated film that approaches weighty ideas with a quick wit and lightness that truly sets Allen apart among comedic directors.
Mary Kathryn Kwasnik lauds Vicki Crisitina while remembering a time when "a Woody Allen film" was marketing enough.

Gabrielle from She Dreams in Grids has posted of her love affair with Woody Allen.

Slag Zombie praises Shadows and Fog.

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