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    7 Romantic Comedies That Should Never, Ever Get a Sequel

    With Nia Vardalos' classic now getting a sequel, what might come next? Hopefully none of these.

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    'Listen Up Philip': No Enlightenment for Old (and Young) Assholes

    Alex Ross Perry's "Listen Up Philip" deals with the same erudite misanthropes that Woody Allen, Noah Baumbach and Wes Anderson does, but Perry doesn't give his men redemption.

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    Watch Woody Allen, Kurosawa and Coppola in Weird 1980s Japanese Ads

    Watch three directors uncomfortably push the Japanese lifestyle in the 1980s.

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    How Gordon Willis Inspired Francis Ford Coppola, Woody Allen and Steven Soderbergh

    Master cinematographer Gordon Willis's career included collaborations with Woody Allen, Francis Ford Coppola, Alan J. Pakula and other great directors. In these exclusive excerpts, Allen, Coppola and Steven Soderbergh pay tribute to his work.

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    Comparing Lena Dunham to Woody Allen Is Unfair — to Lena Dunham

    Likening the "Girls" auteur to Allen and Salinger predictably raises hackles, but what had they done at her age?

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    IFC Center's 35mm Series Brings Back Woody Allen, Nicholas Roeg Classics

    The "Celluloid Dreams" series gets into seasonal style with horror in October and a cool romance for November.

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    Criticwire Classic of the Week: Woody Allen's 'Annie Hall'

    Woody's transitional piece from his "Early, Funny" movies is at once mature and still very, very funny.

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    John Turturro on Sex, Religion and Why He'd Work With Woody Allen Again

    Today's TWC Indie Film Month pick is "Fading Gigolo," written and directed by John Turturro. Indiewire spoke with Turturro about his new film and working with the film's star, Woody Allen.

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