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Midnight in Paris (movie)

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  • Younger women outspoken about Woody Allen and Dylan Farrow

    Younger women outspoken about Woody Allen and Dylan Farrow
    Sarah Seltzer grew up a fan of Woody Allen movies — her parents showed her "Sleeper," "Annie Hall," and "Everyone Says I Love You" once she was old enough to get the jokes. As a 31-year-old writer living in New York, she has admired Allen's more...
  • Cannes 2014: Nicole Kidman's 'Grace of Monaco' to open festival

    Nicole Kidman's "Grace of Monaco," a biopic about the galvanizing actor-turned-royal originally scheduled for 2013, will open the 2014 Cannes Film Festival. It marks the second straight year that a high-profile, star-studded film originally set for an...
  • Review: 'I Always Loved You' by Robin Oliveira

    Review: 'I Always Loved You' by Robin Oliveira
    In "My Name Is is Mary Sutter," Robin Oliveira pulled readers into the life of a daring Civil War-era woman who dreamed of becoming a surgeon. Oliveira's "I Always Loved You" is the story of another extraordinary Mary — the painter Mary Cassatt....
  • Hollywood finds romance in travel

    Hollywood finds romance in travel
    Love is always lovelier some place other than home. Well, at least in the celluloid universe. Traveling by boat, train or even bus can lead to romantic entanglements in the movies, as does visiting Řber-romantic locales such as Rome, Paris and Venice. Of...
  • Paris glitters with romance, history and possibility

    Paris glitters with romance, history and possibility
    PARIS — Paris is a city where possibilities are endless, expectations are high, and no one doubts that magic can happen. Anyone who saw Woody Allen's recent homage to the City of Lights, "Midnight in Paris," knows what I'm talking about. Allen's...
  • 'Midnight in Paris' review: Woody Allen's swooning, (non-sexual) adult fantasy

    'Midnight in Paris' review: Woody Allen's swooning, (non-sexual) adult fantasy
    *** (out of four) Oh, the glorious bistros and baguettes and architecture of Paris! Hollywood screenwriter-turned-novelist Gil (Owen Wilson) could just live there. His increasingly snippy fiancÚ, Inez (Rachel McAdams), not so much. Luckily every night at...
  • Rachel McAdams finds heaven at 'Midnight in Paris'

    Rachel McAdams finds heaven at 'Midnight in Paris'
    Most actors would kill for an opportunity to appear in a Woody Allen film. Rachel McAdams was no different, gladly accepting when he offered her a part in “Midnight in Paris.” Then the eccentric filmmaker called to talk to her about the role,...
  • Reel Critics: 'Panda' will delight the whole family

    The Dreamworks studio builds well on successful elements of the first movie of this franchise to make "Kung Fu Panda 2" a very worthy sequel. But it's the new director, Jennifer Yuh, who skillfully blends the fast-paced action with family-friendly...
  • Woody Allen finds 'Midnight' in the City of Light

    Woody Allen finds 'Midnight' in the City of Light
    As a European filmmaker, Woody Allen has worked in England, Spain and now France, where his new movie, "Midnight in Paris," serves as a love letter to that city. Next up on his cinematic map will be Rome. Allen is a long way from the overly familiar...
  • Moviegoers are showing signs of 3-D fatigue

    Moviegoers are showing signs of 3-D fatigue
    Debora Bell would be glad "if 3-D went away." The Rockville printer is just the kind of filmgoer Hollywood wants to keep happy. Her family goes to movies every week. They get to the first screenings they can, usually at the 3-D-equipped AMC Columbia or...
  • Rethinking Hemingway 50 years after his death

    Rethinking Hemingway 50 years after his death
    Boozy, boorish and self-besotted, the world-famous writer in Woody Allen's current hit film, "Midnight in Paris," is kind of a clown. And, as played by actor Corey Stoll, he's an instantly recognizable replica of the author of "The Sun Also Rises" and...