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Woody Allen said everything he needed to say about Italian cinema in "Every Thing You Always Wanted to Know About Sex, But Were Afraid to Ask."
Woody Allen's "To Rome with Love" began with better titles. Yet despite the exquisite locations of the filmmaker's first story of love, Italian style, this bland ensemble romance deserves the generic name rather than the clever working titles it started with.
Woody Allen brought "To Rome With Love" to the city that inspired his latest film, but some homegrown critics are grumbling that the American director's new work is loaded with old-fashioned Italian stereotypes.
Woody Allen brought "To Rome with Love" to the city that inspired his latest film, but some homegrown critics are grumbling that the American director's new work is loaded with old-fashioned Italian stereotypes.
It's not Woody Allen's beloved Manhattan skyline, but the American filmmaker was treated to a beautiful view of Rome's ancient ruins during a meeting with the city's mayor.
Woody Allen has finalized the cast for his next film, "The Bop Decameron."
A look at some notable moments from previous Oscar ceremonies.