The Shoutbox
Folgers is the worst ďstandardĒ coffee. I definitely judge people that drink Folgers. My grandma use to make Folgers and it made me drink tap water instead.
Steve Folgers
Who is a coffee expert?
Originally Posted by Torgo
I prefer Charlie Kaufman to Woody Allen when it comes to directors who make movies with neurotic protagonists.
I must agree with this... although as a teen and young adult, I did love me some Sleeper and Love & Death.
I prefer Charlie Kaufman to Woody Allen when it comes to directors who make movies with neurotic protagonists.
Re quasi-realism: thatís the best way to explain why I donít like his movies. Life is boring, so watching a movie pretty close to how life goes is like peak boredom.
THAT RHYMES WITH P AND THAT STAND... wait. ok that's backwards. TROUBLE!!! TROUBLE!!! TROUBLE!!! RIGHT HERE IN MOFO CITY!!!! TORUBLE TURFORFL!!!!!!
Originally Posted by ynwtf
I loved Carol Burnett in that!
*looks up that! on IMDb


*tries with a capital 'T'


*Tries again with a capital 'T' (yeah, I just know Yin would pick up on that)


*shakes head and gives up disappointedly
I've seen and enjoyed a few of Allen's films (Manhattan, especially), but I'm not sure if I'll be able to return to it for a long time given his scandal. I'm normally able to put that stuff behind me when I watch films from controversial directors (Roman Polanski, for instance), but given that Manhattan is about Allen being in a romance with someone much younger than him (something which is eerily similar to what his real life scandal was about) makes it a much harder pill to swallow. I can see myself returning to Annie Hall in the future though.
I loved Carol Burnett in that!
Originally Posted by Wyldesyde19
Posted that last shout too early.
Meant to say:
Just to name a few of his early films that I loved. Some people donít get his films, and thatís fine.
Iím ambivalent. The whole scandal thing didnít affect my perception of him at all. I was never a huge fan but ĎAnnie Hallí was great.