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Midnight in Paris Synopsis

This is a romantic comedy set in Paris about a family that goes there because of business, and two young people who are engaged to be married in the fall have experiences there that change their lives. It's about a young man's great love for a city, Paris, and the illusion people have that a life different from theirs would be much better.

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Midnight In Paris Makers Sued By William Faulkner's Estate Midnight In Paris Makers Sued By William Faulkner's Estate
Last year's surprise Woody Allen hit Midnight in Paris paid tribute to all kinds of great authors and artists from the 20th century, with many of them-- like Ernest Hemingway and F. Scott Fitzgerald-- making hilarious appearances in the flesh. William Faulkner, another contemporary of those times, didn't appear in person but was quoted by Owen Wilson's lead character

Midnight In Paris Makers Sued By William Faulkner's Estate

Woody Allen Scores Another Box Office Hit With To Rome With Love Woody Allen Scores Another Box Office Hit With To Rome With Love
We'll have a full report on this weekend's box office later today, but it seems worth highlighting the limited release-- especially the fact that Woody Allen, so late in his career, has hit yet another one out of the park. Last year's Midnight in Paris was the highest-grossing film of Allen's career

Woody Allen Scores Another Box Office Hit With To Rome With Love

Read All About Your 2012 Oscar Winners Read All About Your 2012 Oscar Winners
As I’m sure you are aware, the Academy Awards were held tonight and some of the best movies of 2011 were awarded Oscars for their achievements. But the timespan between January 1st and December 31st is a long there are new movies being released every single weekend. As a result, there’s a good chance that a) you might not have seen every title that won an award tonight and/or b) you might have missed our coverage of said title. Well, you’re in luck.

Read All About Your 2012 Oscar Winners

For Your Consideration: Midnight In Paris Is The Best Picture Nominee That Gets Nostalgia Right For Your Consideration: Midnight In Paris Is The Best Picture Nominee That Gets Nostalgia Right
Allen’s writing is every bit as charming and funny as the other light-hearted Best Picture contender, The Artist, but most importantly, MiP is a smart comedy that actually has something significant to say about tour collective problem with viewing the past through rose colored glasses

For Your Consideration: Midnight In Paris Is The Best Picture Nominee That Gets Nostalgia Right

Midnight In Paris, The Descendants Top The WGA Awards Midnight In Paris, The Descendants Top The WGA Awards
The Writer's Guild of America is one of the final Hollywood trade organizations to hand out its annual prizes, and with their awards ceremony happening last night, it means that movie awards season is finally, truly almost over. The winners in the top categories-- i.e., the ones we're likely to see reflected at the Oscars on Sunday

Midnight In Paris, The Descendants Top The WGA Awards

See Woody Allen's Midnight In Paris Mashed Up With A Jay-Z And Kanye West Song See Woody Allen's Midnight In Paris Mashed Up With A Jay-Z And Kanye West Song
Of all the things associated with Woody Allen, Hip-Hop isn't usually one of them. While the auteur has tackled a myriad of subjects and themes, African-American culture hasn't really been explored through his his Jewish neurotic worldview. However, that doesn't mean his latest romp, and multiple Academy Award nominee, Midnight in Paris isn't well suited for an 'urban' appropriating.

See Woody Allen's Midnight In Paris Mashed Up With A Jay-Z And Kanye West Song

The Top 10 Movies Of 2011: Mack's List The Top 10 Movies Of 2011: Mack's List
This list started as an unfilled Word document saying “Best Movies” on January 1st , and it ended with over one hundred films that have been obsessively tweaked. There’s no ulterior motives and no efforts to impress behind the choices I’ve made. These are just the ones I liked a little bit more than the rest.

The Top 10 Movies Of 2011: Mack's List

From New York To London To Paris: Why I Wish Woody Allen Would Comment On My Town From New York To London To Paris: Why I Wish Woody Allen Would Comment On My Town
Woody Allen is the greatest tour guide in the world, a perfect mix of sophisticated knowledge and biting wit. He knows all the best places and all the strangest people. Like Anthony Bourdain, the filmmaker has this brilliant ability to simultaneously treasure and trash the same place.

From New York To London To Paris: Why I Wish Woody Allen Would Comment On My Town

CB Recommends: X-Men And Other June 3rd Weekend Releases CB Recommends: X-Men And Other June 3rd Weekend Releases
It’s round six of our all-new feature CB Recommends. That means we’ve lasted twice as long as Hagler and Hearns, but we’re barely a fourth of the way to equaling the James Bond canon. There’s still plenty of prosthelytizing to be done, but one weekend at a time

CB Recommends: X-Men And Other June 3rd Weekend Releases

Weekend Box Office - America Spends Memorial Weekend With A Second Hangover Weekend Box Office - America Spends Memorial Weekend With A Second Hangover
There are two things American audiences tend to love more than anything else: raunch comedies and sequels. This weekend was the kind of line up that audiences drool over, featuring sequels in the top three spots and at number one the holy grail of mindless entertainment: the raunch comedy sequel

Weekend Box Office - America Spends Memorial Weekend With A Second Hangover

CB Recommends: Movies In Theaters For The May 20th Weekend CB Recommends: Movies In Theaters For The May 20th Weekend
Admittedly, it would have been convenient to support the fourth installment of Pirates considering this also happens to be the fourth ever CB Recommends article, but credibility cannot be sacrificed for cheeky tie-in references. Instead, the writer of this column will attempt to find Apollo Creed and punch him in the face so hard that he dies in celebration of this momentous occasion

CB Recommends: Movies In Theaters For The May 20th Weekend

Interview: Woody Allen Talks Europe, New York And Missing Baseball For Midnight In Paris Interview: Woody Allen Talks Europe, New York And Missing Baseball For Midnight In Paris
Below are some of the highlights from that press conference, which ran for 45 minutes but easily could have gone on for hours. Allen talks about his method for working with actors and cameramen, what he'll miss about America while he's shooting in Rome this summer

Interview: Woody Allen Talks Europe, New York And Missing Baseball For Midnight In Paris

First Trailer For Woody Allen's Midnight In Paris First Trailer For Woody Allen's Midnight In Paris
For decades film has portrayed Paris, France as the city of love. Countless movies have moved their characters to the classic European city to both find themselves and discover the person they are meant to spend the rest of their lives with. For Midnight In Paris, Woody Allen is taking a bit of a different approach.

First Trailer For Woody Allen's Midnight In Paris

First Poster For Woody Allen's Midnight In Paris Infuses A Bit Of Starry Night First Poster For Woody Allen's Midnight In Paris Infuses A Bit Of Starry Night
After seeing bad Photoshop job after bad Photoshop job and floating head after floating head, I often find myself wondering what happened to the art in poster design? It would seem that somebody took me a little too literally. Forget about Saul Bass or Boris Vallejo. Now Vincent Van Gogh is getting into the movie poster game.

First Poster For Woody Allen's Midnight In Paris Infuses A Bit Of Starry Night

Rachel McAdams And Owen Wilson Go To Paris For Woody Allen Rachel McAdams And Owen Wilson Go To Paris For Woody Allen
Woody Allen’s movies are often a vague and mostly unknown proposition until they show up in theaters fully formed. For a change though, he’s cluing us in on exactly what he’s up to well in advance

Rachel McAdams And Owen Wilson Go To Paris For Woody Allen

Adrien Brody Joining Woody Allen This Summer In Paris Adrien Brody Joining Woody Allen This Summer In Paris
Woody Allen is busy premiering his newest movie, You Will Meet A Tall Dark Stranger, over at Cannes, but all the pieces for his next project are already falling in place on their own

Adrien Brody Joining Woody Allen This Summer In Paris

Woody Allen Names His Next Film And Even Tells Us The Plot Woody Allen Names His Next Film And Even Tells Us The Plot
Apparently an old dog, so to speak, really can learn new tricks. Not only has Allen announced the title of the film he's shooting in France this summer, Midnight in Paris, but he's actually revealed the plot. Amazing!

Woody Allen Names His Next Film And Even Tells Us The Plot

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