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  • Glenn Whipp's Golden Globe nomination predictions

    Glenn Whipp's Golden Globe nomination predictions
    The Hollywood Foreign Press Assn. didn't throw us many curveballs last year with its Golden Globe nominations, which sort of defeats the purpose of the whole exercise, doesn't it? If we wanted a group to rubber stamp the awards-season consensus, we'd look to the Broadcast Film Critics Assn. So make with the wackiness, HFPAers. It's what you do best.
  • Fueled by angst, 'Addams Family' 3.0

    Fueled by angst, 'Addams Family' 3.0
    NEW YORK — It's pushing midnight at Angus McIndoe, a Broadway watering hole. Marshall Brickman — who co-wrote "Sleeper," "Annie Hall" and "Manhattan" with Woody Allen — is sitting at a table in the back. Rick Elice, who penned the book...

    A Petra Pan travels boroughs and beyond in 'Frances Ha' ★★★ 1/2

    A Petra Pan travels boroughs and beyond in 'Frances Ha' ★★★ 1/2
    Often when you're young, and sometimes even when you're older than young, adulthood is something ventured into partway, like a wading pool. The deep end your friends are already inhabiting looks a long way away. "Frances Ha," director and co-writer Noah...

    Woody Allen's maturity problem

    Woody Allen's maturity problem
    Several months ago, I watched Woody Allen's 1979 film "Manhattan" for the first time since I was in my 20s and for perhaps the 10th time total. "He adored New York City," Allen's character, Isaac Davis, says in voice-over in the opening lines. "He...

    Elaine Kaufman dies at 81; legendary proprietor of Manhattan writer's haunt

    Elaine Kaufman dies at 81; legendary proprietor of Manhattan writer's haunt
    Bill Bratton insists the steak tips on garlic toast weren't bad. But that's not to say he went to Elaine's on Manhattan's Upper East Side for the food. No one did. Elaine's was a scene, a clubhouse, an escape from the loneliness of the New York night...