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  1. Specsavers launches exclusive ELLERY eyewear collectionRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | Scoop

    ... at archetypal roles such as Diane Keaton in Annie Hall, Susan Sarandon in Thelma and Louise and of course, Woody Allen as himself, Woody Allen. The aesthetic of the ELLERY collections is to combine masculine with feminine, and the ELLERY eyewear ...

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  2. Mad magazine artist Jack Davis dies at St. Simons Island homeRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | The Florida Times-Union

    ... record jackets, and posters for films including "It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World," ''American Graffiti" and Woody Allen's "Bananas." While Davis was masterful at caricatures of recognizable figures, he took amusing liberties with all his subjects, ...

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  3. Jack Davis, Mad magazine illustrator, dies at 91Read the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | The Washington Post

    ... jackets and posters for comedy films, among them Stanley Kramer's "It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World" (1963), Woody Allen's "Bananas" (1971) and "The Bad News Bears" (1976). While Mr. Davis was masterful at caricatures of recognizable figures, he took ...

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  4. Movie review: "Cafe Society" is upper-middle-late period Woody AllenRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | Denver Post

    Woody Allen's "Cafe Society" opens with a garish blast of aquamarine: a tropical-hued art deco tableau set at a cocktail party thrown by a Hollywood agent in the 1930s. As stars and suits name-drop over highballs, bathed in the reflected turquoise light of a swimming pool, viewers may well wonder whether they've stepped into the wrong movie.

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  5. Jack Davis dies at 91; Mad magazine artist and prolific illustratorRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | Los Angeles Times

    ... record jackets, and posters for films including "It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World," "American Graffiti" and Woody Allen 's "Bananas." Though Davis was masterful at caricatures of recognizable figures, he took amusing liberties with all his subjects, ...

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  6. Such Small PortionsRead the original story

    20 hrs ago | Entropical Paradise

    We took our son to see his first Woody Allen film. Like so many first-time experiences he has shared with his parents, I found myself spending equal amounts of time reflecting on what was going on next to me and what was going on in front of me.

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  7. 'Cafe Society' movie review: Woody Allen's latest is a moderately diverting dittyRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | NOLA.com

    Woody Allen 's "Cafe Society" opens with a garish blast of aquamarine: a tropical-hued art deco tableau set at a cocktail party thrown by a Hollywood agent in the 1930s. As stars and suits name-drop over highballs, bathed in the reflected turquoise light of a swimming pool, viewers may well wonder whether they've stepped into the wrong movie.

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  8. Mad magazine artist and prolific illustrator Jack Davis diesRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | WAVY-TV Portsmouth

    ... record jackets, and posters for films including "It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World," "American Graffiti" and Woody Allen's "Bananas." While Davis was masterful at caricatures of recognizable figures, he took amusing liberties with all his subjects, ...

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  9. Jack Davis, cartoonist and Mad magazine illustrator, dies aged 91Read the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | Ealing Times

    ... by the magazine's mascot Alfred E. Neuman. Davis also drew posters for movies It's A Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World, Woody Allen's film Bananas and The Long Goodbye, and designed a stamp for US Postal Service in 1989, breaking official postal policy by ...

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  10. Caf SocietyRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | NewsReview.com

    Woody Allen's Caf Society spends much of its 96 minutes promising to be better than it turns out. At least it never threatens to be as terrible as his last, Irrational Man , or as plagiaristic as Blue Jasmine .

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  11. 'Cafe Society' a not one of Allen's bestRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Erie Times News

    Blue? In a Woody Allen film? Where are the signature dollops of amber, those scenes that look as if they were carved from a soft pat of unsalted butter? Oh, they're coming. Indeed, part of the attraction of "Cafe Society" is how Allen collaborates with the cinematographer Vittorio Storaro - a first-time outing for the two, and the first time Allen has agreed to shoot digitally, instead of on film.

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  12. Woody Allen comes back high on Cafe SocietyRead the original story

    Yesterday | The Georgia Straight

    Don't expect Woody Allen to jump off the nostalgia wagon anytime soon, even if his overly prolific approach yields an increasingly mixed rA sumA . Midnight in Paris beautifully blended modernist impulses with his reverence for the past, Magic in the Moonlight not so much.

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  13. Jack Davis, legendary Mad Magazine, EC Comics artist, dead at 91Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | New York Daily News

    ... memorable movie posters to cinemas, including "American Graffiti," "Animal House," "It's a Mad, Mad World" and Woody Allen's "Bananas." Movie monster makeup master Rick Baker cites Davis's work as the inspiration for the look of his Frankenstein's ...

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  14. Café Society Is Not the Worst Film Woody Allen Has Ever MadeRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | The Stranger

    ... is a little harder to rate. It shouldn't come as a shock to anyone that it's noticeably half-assed-it's a Woody Allen movie. Half-assedness has practically become his trademark, particularly in his later years, as his workmanlike craftsmanship has ...

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  15. 10 Things to Love About "Scoop"Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Filmexperience.blogspot.com

    ... for an article or a series you are glad you didn't have to live without. Today marks the 10th anniversary of Woody Allen's murder mystery romp , Scoop . The film followed the darkly sexy Match Point , reuniting the director with star Scarlett ...

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  16. Woody Allen Finds a Story Worth Telling in Caf Society - and Tells Another OneRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Denver Westword

    Caf Society is surprisingly ambitious by the standards of late-period Woody Allen - a veritable epic taking in a broad swath of a young man's life and charting his progress from wide-eyed innocent to cold, confident operator. But that's also why the film, in some senses, could only have been made in Allen's later years.

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  17. Woody Allen's Cafe Society Is a Pancake of a MovieRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | The Pordland Mercury

    WOODY ALLEN makes movies with the speed and precision of a short-order breakfast cook. Year after year, he churns out pancake after pancake for an undemanding diner crowd, with CafA Society the 47th pancake he's written and directed in roughly as many years.

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  18. Woody Allen's Cafe Society: The Artist and The Art of DeceptionRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 17, 2014 | Boise Weekly

    There is much to discuss concerning Woody Allen's Cafe Society . First things first.

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  19. Gerard Depardieu's Netflix show is lameRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 26 | New York Post

    ... of "What's Up, Tiger Lily?," a Japanese cop movie, originally called "Key of Keys" that, dubbed into English by Woody Allen, became the tale of secret agent Phil Moskowitz and his search for the world's greatest egg salad recipe.) Taken as a whole, ...

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  20. A Snifter and a HoodieRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 26 | The American Scholar

    Woody Allen makes a movie each year, coming in under budget each time, employing many actors, including talented older women who don't get a lot of roles. There have been great ones: Manhattan, The Purple Rose of Cairo, Hannah and Her Sisters, Crimes and Misdemeanors, Husbands and Wives, Deconstructing Harry.

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