#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – Danny Rose is a manager of artists, and although he’s not very successful, he nevertheless goes out of his way to help his acts. So when Lou Canova, a singer who has a chance of making a come-back, asks Danny to help him with a problem, Danny helps him. This problem is Lou’s mistress Tina. Lou wants Tina to be at his concerts, otherwise he can’t perform, but he’s married, so Danny has to take her along as if she was his girlfriend. Danny however gets more than he has bargained for when two mobsters come looking for the guy who has hurt their brother by stealing the heart of Tina, the girl he loves.
Plot: A hapless talent manager named Danny Rose, by helping a client, gets dragged into a love triangle involving the mob. His story is told in flashback, an anecdote shared amongst a group of comedians over lunch at New York’s Carnegie Deli. Rose’s one-man talent agency represents countless incompetent entertainers, including a one-legged tap dancer, and one slightly talented one: washed-up lounge singer Lou Canova (Nick Apollo Forte), whose career is on the rebound.
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Did You Hear the One About Danny Rose?….
A pretty funny Woody Allen comedy, in which Allen himself plays Danny Rose, small-time talent agent who finds himself falling for the mistress (Mia Farrow) of one of his clients (Nick Apollo Forte) when he has to pretend to be the mistress’s date at one of his client’s shows (it’s a long story). Before long, Allen and Farrow are engaged in an escape from a gang of hoods that climaxes in a shootout in the storage warehouse for the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day parade. Allen is hilarious as usual, but Farrow is the one who impressed me with her acting here. I already knew she was a fine dramatic actress, but here she gets to show her comedic side, playing a brassy floozy with a Joisy accent and enormous glasses.
The film is framed as a story one famous comedian is telling to a group of other famous comedians at New York City’s Carnegie Deli, and the whole film has the patina of nostalgia for NYC that so often infuses Allen’s films. Like “Manhattan,” “Broadway Danny Rose” is filmed in black and white and looks fantastic.
Woody and Mia wriggle with Mafiosos…
Wispy-thin Woody Allen comedy: classy and perfectly enjoyable on a minor scale, though somehow seeming more an innocuous jaunt rather than a highlight of Allen’s cinematic oeuvre. A group of comics in a New York City deli reminisce about a past acquaintance, a theatrical manager whose clientèle consists mainly of outcasts and has-beens. Allen plays Danny Rose somewhat differently than he does the struggling Lotharios of “Annie Hall” and “Manhattan”; he turns the tables on himself, begging booking agents to hire his curio acts, and acting like a mother hen to his single star attraction, a hefty Italian singer who once had a hit in the 1950s. As a writer, Allen gets the Italian-Mafia scenario down perfectly, while his bits of visual satire are as cutting as they were in “Stardust Memories” (though without the sour aftertaste, this film being far more inoffensive). Cinematographer Gordon Willis gives the picture a sharp, stylized look, and his use of white light contrasted with deep shadows is probably unsurpassed, however “Danny Rose” seems too little a project for such a heady visual presentation–it leads viewers to hope for something more. There are laughs all the way through, and yet the movie never really takes off, hovering somewhere between zany and nostalgic. It stays pleasantly grounded, an affable time-filler. **1/2 from ****
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 24 min (84 min)
Director Woody Allen
Writer Woody Allen
Actors Woody Allen, Mia Farrow, Nick Apollo Forte, Sandy Baron
Awards Nominated for 2 Oscars. Another 3 wins & 2 nominations.
Production Company Orion Pictures
Sound Mix Mono
Aspect Ratio 1.85 : 1
Camera Panavision Cameras and Lenses
Laboratory DeLuxe (release prints) (as Deluxe Laboratories), DuArt Film Laboratories Inc., New York, USA (dailies processing) (as DuArt Laboratories)
Film Length N/A
Negative Format 35 mm
Cinematographic Process Spherical
Printed Film Format 35 mm