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Moonstruck + Travel

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There are few movies that portray New York Italians with such care and passion as the 1987 film Moonstruck does with the Castorini family. The movie takes place in Brooklyn and Manhattan and chronicles the affairs of Loretta Castorini as she becomes engaged to Johnny Cammareri but falls in love with his wild, younger, brother Ronny- whom she calls a ... Read More »

When Harry Met Sally + Travel

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When you think of iconic love stories you think Romeo and Juliet, Casablanca, Gone with the Wind but if you are a baby boomer, you think When Harry Met Sally.   Not your typical “chick flick,” When Harry Met Sally follows the lives and complicated friendship and courtship of two not so great college friends as they live and work ... Read More »

Museyon’s Guide To: Tribeca Film Festival

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  A week from today begins the 9th annual Tribeca Film Festival, founded by Robert De Niro as a way to revitalize lower Manhattan after the 9/11 attacks. Since the festival’s conception, it has grown to be one of the world’s leading film festivals attracting filmmakers, musicians and artists from all around the world. Thinking about attending the festival this ... Read More »

I Ain’t Afraid of No Ghost

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One of our favorite sites to browse on a daily basis is Scouting New York, a blog chronicling the finds of Nick Carr, a New York City locations scout. His finds include impossible to see gargoyles on the tops of buildings, fading signs from yesteryear and hidden alleyways. When we first found the site we have to admit, we spent ... Read More »

Woody Allen Returns to Europe For “Tall Dark Stranger” and Paris Project

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  Long the king of Manhattan-based comedy movies, Woody Allen returned to his native island for last year’s “Whatever Works” after a five-film, five-year stand shooting films in England and Spain. Alas few of the New Yorkers who usually turn out for the Brooklyn-born director’s real-estate-porn and upper-class-ennui smirkfests bought tickets to the critically panned “Whatever Works”, leaving it with ... Read More »

Cunningham, New York’s Original Street-Style Photog, Is Coming to the Silver Screen

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  The Sartorialist, Garance Doré, Mr. Newton—seems you can’t duck out of a Fashion Week event without literally bumping into these street-style photographers or a pretty young thing posing for their lenses. Within a few short years, the top tier of these trend spotters have become franchises onto themselves, producing books, pop-up shops, clothing lines, and industry recognition. But as ... Read More »

Holiday Horror

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You may or may not have know that Santa is an anagram for Satan. Well now you do, so keeping that in mind, let’s revisit one of our favorite holiday horror films, the 1984 Santa slasher, ‘Silent Night, Deadly Night.’ Read More »

The Sundance Schedule

'Precious' Director Lee Daniels at the 2009 Sundance Film Festival

The Sundance Film Festival may just be the best part of winter. Every January the international film community heads to Park City Utah for 10 days of screenings, swag and schmoozing. But this year the festival promises to get back to its roots with a season of “renewed rebellion.” While we can’t vouch for that yet, the festival announced its ... Read More »

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