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Two of Woody Allen’s classic 70′s films are now on Blu-ray.
Whether or not you’re a fan of Woody Allen this American Masters documentary is an exemplary study of the artist.
Is a movie that’s 90% awful still worth seeing? If it’s (Optimus) prime Michael Bay, yes, almost. Other, less awful movies are also considered.
You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger–but should you invite him into your home theater? Bob Cashill advises.
What made Johnny Carson the late-night king? Scott Malchus takes a look in his review of a new box of Tonight Show episodes.
Thanksgiving is for lovers. Wait, what? Join Kelly Stitzel as she explores the soundtrack of one of Woody Allen’s best films, Hannah and Her Sisters.
Why are Jews so freakin’ awesome? Robin Monica Alexander investigates in her latest Random Play.
Got your ticket stub, your popcorn, and your extra large soda? Meet Bob Cashill in the No Concessions lobby, where he’s waiting to tell you about the summer’s finest in indie fare.