Jose Ramon Lorenzo Picado

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Broadway Danny Rose [DVD] <b>DVD</b> ~ Woody Allen
Broadway Danny Rose [DVD] DVD ~ Woody Allen
45 of 47 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A minor masterpiece, 25 Jan 2002
Less visually overhelming than the previous "Zelig" or apparently not as deep as "Another Woman",this disguised new version of "Manhattan" places itself alongside Woody's finest work, although is not amongst the best known ones.
The film is structured as a christian metaphor: some comedians gather together to eat while they remeber the times and works of the most extravagant manager ever. To round this religious meaning, even a sandwich in that eating place is called Danny Rose.
What makes this film so charming is its lack of pretensions. Woody slightly departs from his usual persona while Mia Farrow delivers one of her finest performances so far, in… Read more
Life in the Fast Lane by Alain Prost
Life in the Fast Lane by Alain Prost
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Certainly, Alain Prost has the slimmest of chances of getting the Nobel Price of literature. Yet, for those - like me - who grew up in the eighties loving F1, this is a must-read. While giving his insights, I cannot think of any other driver -except, perhaps Niki Lauda - who would be more interesting than Prost since literature is more about reflexion than the ridiculous misticism than Senna so often displayed. So, it is really enjoable to sit in the same cockpit where the fastest of all strategic drivers - Stewart, Lauda et al - drove. Of course, one wishes the book would go beyond 1989, but the years it covers are, without doubt amongst the most exciting ones a F1 lover could hope for. I… Read more