actor: Elaine Stritch

Autumn in New York

August 11, 2000
There are many rules in our society about whom one should date. Some people are disgusted by May/December romances; others think different races shouldn’t mate. This film says what’s important is finding a soul mate, despite the differences. Romantically photographed, with a beautiful soulful [...]

Small Time Crooks

May 19, 2000
A very funny homage to Ralph Kramden and “The Honeymooners,” I laughed my head off. His blustery failure is much like Jackie Gleason’s loveable loser, who is always looking for a get-rich-quick scheme. Woody always attempts to write a layered story, combining slapstick with pithy humor. [...]

Screwed

May 12, 2000
I forget, isn’t a comedy supposed to be funny? What little attempt there is at humor in this screenplay, if you could call it that, relies on either crude, mean-spirited, crude, sexually suggestive, crude, imbecilic, or just plain uncouth material. Oh, and did I mention that it’s crude? I [...]