Tag Archives: Woody Allen

Book Review: Woody Allen: Film By Film

Woody Allen:  Film By Film, by Jason Solomons This gorgeously photographed book is probably the ideal way that someone can approach the lengthy film career of Woody Allen at least as it gets to only a few years ago.  The … Continue reading

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Book Review: Woody Allen On Woody Allen

Woody Allen On Woody Allen:  In Conversation With Stig Björkman, by Woody Allen Admittedly, I have not seen most of the films this book talks about, and it would probably be ideal for a reader to have seen more of … Continue reading

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Book Review: Side Effects

Side Effects, by Woody Allen This particular book is a collection of short stories originally published in magazines like the New Yorker and New Republic that were written between 1975 and 1980 or so, and if you like Woody Allen’s … Continue reading

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Book Review: Mere Anarchy

Mere Anarchy, by Woody Allen If you are reading this book, you are likely going to find at least some enjoyment in it.  Do you like a somewhat absurd view of reality that blends banal truth and obvious fantasy elements?  … Continue reading

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Book Review: Three One-Act Plays

Three One-Act Plays:  Riverside Drive, Old Saybrook, Central Park West, by Woody Allen In reading the plays of Woody Allen, one has to confront some very unpleasant realities.  For one, there is a certain similarity across the plays of Woody … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Floating Light Bulb

The Floating Light Bulb, by Woody Allen One of the things that I have only recently discovered is that Woody Allen is not only an actor, screenwriter, and director, but also a writer in other genres as well.  This particular … Continue reading

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Book Review: Play It Again, Sam

Play It Again, Sam:  A Romantic Comedy In Three Acts, by Woody Allen It is easy to see how Woody Allen views himself (and other nebbish and guilty people like him) from this play.  I happened to randomly find this … Continue reading

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