Tag Archives: Woody Allen

3 things about Woody Allen’s SCOOP

Scoop [2006] 1. Random Toby Jones cameo. 2. “I never gain an ounce. My anxiety acts as aerobics.” 3. A Theodore Dreiser reference?

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3 things about Woody Allen’s MATCH POINT

Match Point [2005] 1. “Say your phone number. Just say your phone number.” 2. Is that a photograph of Patricia Highsmith behind her bed? 3. Slo-mo ring toss.

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3 things about Woody Allen’s MELINDA AND MELINDA

Melinda and Melinda [2004] 1. Impromptu “Sophisticated Lady” using a piano on the sidewalk. 2. “Yeah, but if you’re somebody who’s nobody, it’s no fun to be around anybody who’s everybody.” 3. He touches the strap on her dress as … Continue reading

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3 things about Woody Allen’s ANYTHING ELSE

Anything Else [2013] 1. “There was something compelling about your apathy.” 2. She only knows how to cook spaghetti for eight. 3. He closes the laptop and pours out lines of coke on it. This vies with Hollywood Ending for … Continue reading

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3 things about Woody Allen’s HOLLYWOOD ENDING

Hollywood Ending [2002] 1. He opens the bag and takes out a series of pelts. 2. In New York, a garden-level apartment with a second floor. Only in the movies. 3. “Thank God the French exist!”

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3 things about Woody Allen’s THE CURSE OF THE JADE SCORPION

The Curse of the Jade Scorpion [2001] 1. “Well, I tend to grow on people. We could meet later, and I could grow on you, if you like.” 2. He finds an old glass with a rigid lemon peel inside, … Continue reading

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3 things about Woody Allen’s SWEET AND LOWDOWN

Sweet and Lowdown [1999] 1. A dapper Oriental gentleman wearing glasses and a mustache sits down next to him and sips from a flask. 2. Chili stains on the edges of his mouth. 3. “My father died.” “Again? How many … Continue reading

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