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Barbara Walters defends Woody Allen, says what does his daughter accusing him of molesting her have to do with his Academy Award and his work.
Does Barbara Walters think Jerry Sandusky should still coach footbal?
The Movie Geeks speak with critic Tony Macklin about the films and ultimate legacy of writer/director Woody Allen. Including are discussions of some of Allen's most accomplished films, including Annie Hall, Manhattan, Interiors, Crimes and Misdemeanors, Match Point, Vicky Cristina Barcelona, and his latest Blue Jasmine.
You can read Mr. Macklin's insightful criticism at www.tonymacklin.net.
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On Monday February 10th @ 9pmest we will break down The Woody Allen Molestation Claims Are they Credible ? Can Woody still be charged? Can he be Sued Civilly?We will also be covering the death of Philip Seymour Hoffman (July 23, 1967 – February 2, 2014) who was an American actor and director. He won the Academy Award for Best Actor for the 2005 biographical film Capote, was nominated three times for Best Supporting Actor and also received three Tony Award nominations for his work in theater www.sportsandmedia.com
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Chris Christie held children in traffic, Woody Allen trafficked children. BAM! Allegedy! ~ R. Kelly ~ Michael Jackson ~ Do you believe Chris Christie didn't know what was going on? ~ Is this just the start of the 2016 Election and Christie is just caught with his pants down? ~ Reason why Clinton is the best choice ~ If not Chris Christie then who? ~
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Despite what you might think of Woody Allen a a human being, his work is almost uniformly hilarious. Often, he deals with his struggles with religion, God and spirituality in a playful way, but "many a true word is spoken in jest"! Listen to Lori and Alice get to the heart of things in this lighthearted, yet deeply thoughtful episode.
Director Justin Simien doesn’t care much for the epic “black experience,” if such a thing even exists. When asked if he felt compelled to portray all facets of African American life in his first—and much-buzzed about—feature flick, Dear White People, he scoffs at the notion. “That’s not a pressure that a Jewish filmmaker feels—ever. Woody Allen doesn’t sit there thinking, God, am I telling the full history of the Jewish-American experience? That’s not a subject that any other filmmaker in any other sub-genre deals with,” he tells Keeping It Reel host Tim Gordon. “It shackles your heart. You end up making stuff about people who don’t exist, if you feel like you have to talk about everybody. Obviously my movie has race right there in the title. And I’d like to see more movies with casts of color that dabble in their experiences. But ultimately they should be about the human condition.”
part 2 of this show, to conclude since we ran out of time, as the first show focused heavily on bullying & the issues of such. Huge issues, but we also got to touch on addiction a tad bit, our opinions on Mr. Hoffman, but didn't really get into the Woody Allen situation.
We shall do that tonight.
On this week's ScreenPicks Movie Show, we review six new films. We'll review Scarlett Johansson's new action film Lucy, Dwayne Johnson's Hercules, Woody Allen's Magic in the Moonlight, Philip Seymour Hoffman's A Most Wanted Man, Michael Douglas and Diane Keaton's An So It Goes, and Anna Kendrick's Happy Christmas.
Tonight, the 3 AMovIeGOerS (Jason, Jamey, and Garney) are back together for a special show to discuss the long and distinguished film career of one of cinema's most enduring artists, Woody Allen. His newest film, Whatever Works, is in theaters this summer, and tonight, they will each put together their lists of what they feel are the absolute ten best movies that Woody Allen ever made, discussing the influence of his movies and what they have meant to them personally. Film clips & plenty of discussion should make this a very engaging evening.
Allen Vaysberg is the founder of the School of Human Potential and a successful entrepreneur who built several multi-million dollar businesses within the IT consulting industry.
Although he was living the "American Dream", deep inside he knew something needed to change because even with all his successes, he still felt unfulfilled. Thus he began his transition away from IT. He recalibrated his life and is now enabling others to do the same.
Allen provides practical tools and inspiration empowering the busy modern you to become a well round person, who understands their purpose, lives their essence and continues to expand all areas of their life in a harmonious way.
Saint? Missionary? Scientist? Explorer?
The titles applied to David Livingstone since his death are eclectic enough to seem dubious, and with good reason. In view of his own journals, saint is out of the question; even missionary is problematic when one considers his conversion record. But despite his fame as a scientist and explorer, titles he certainly earned, these were not the fields through which Livingstone left his most indelible mark on Africa.
Somehow, his impact on abolishing what he called "this awful slave-trade" continues to be overlooked as the centerpiece of his African mission.
The Daring Heart of David Livingstone is Livingstone’s story told in full, from the beginning of his time in Africa to the legislation that saved millions after his death.
His contribution to abolition, and particularly the Christian faith that fueled his efforts, have been overlooked in the public record for too long. This is David Livingstone’s untold story.
Jay Milbrandt is a professor at Bethel University in St. Paul, Minnesota. He is a Senior Fellow in Global Justice with the Nootbaar Institute at Pepperdine University School of Law where he formerly directed the Global Justice Program. He travels throughout the world as a human rights lawyer, manages global initiatives in Africa and Southeast Asia, and consults with organizations engaged in human rights and legal development efforts.
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