Articles about Midnight in Paris

Ugly Americans abroad wreak havoc in modern movies
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In the astute new road-trip movie "Crystal Fairy," set mostly in Chile's Atacama Desert, Michael Cera plays an archetypal Ugly American.
Source: www.latimes.com
Added by on 7/27/13
Fourth Dimension Flowchart
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This handy flowchart by @MisterADalliard explains the time travel in all your favorite movies and TV shows
Source: gizmodo.com
Added by on 4/24/13
Sony Sued Over William Faulkner Quote in 'Midnight in Paris'
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Category: Production
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The lawsuit claims a line spoken by actor Owen Wilson in the Woody Allen film infringes on the author's literary rights; a spokesman for Sony calls the complaint frivolous.
Added by on 10/27/12
The Past Is Never Dead
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Category: Analysis
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A Faulkner Quote in "Midnight in Paris" Results in a Lawsuit
Added by on 10/26/12
Start with Making Sure Van Damme or Mark Duplass is In It
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"When It Comes to Time-Travel Movies and TV Shows, What Rules Can We All Agree On?"
Source: www.vulture.com
Added by on 9/28/12
Box Office Biz That's Not From Concentrate
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"The Master" crushed its per-screen average upon opening; here's a @pajiba list of similar results, and not all are predictive
Source: www.pajiba.com
Added by on 9/19/12
The Top 5 Movie Guide: Movies About Writers
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In correspondence with this weekend's release of "The Words", we take a look at some of our favorite films about writers!
Added by on 9/8/12 | Edit | Delete
Does Hollywood hate adults?
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Now that the generation that came of age during the profitable blockbuster era has grown up, Hollywood can't keep up with their need to see something new every weekend. Unfortunately for studios, that grown-up generation has grown tired of aliens, sequels and spandex and won't pay to be bombasted with it all on a regular basis.
Source: www.salon.com
Added by on 7/9/12
Who's the best would-be Woody?
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Jesse Eisenberg stars at the latest neurotic Woody Allen surrogate in "To Rome With Love." @andohehir at @Salon judges how he rates against other Woody stand-ins.
Source: www.salon.com
Added by on 6/24/12
12 Historical Hollywood Makeovers
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Abraham Lincoln, King Henry VIII, and Nikola Tesla were hunks? See the stars who play them vs. images of them in real life.
Source: www.ew.com
Added by on 6/22/12
Sony Sued Over William Faulkner Quote in 'Midnight in Paris'
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Category: Production
Tagged: Midnight In Paris
The lawsuit claims a line spoken by actor Owen Wilson in the Woody Allen film infringes on the author's literary rights; a spokesman for Sony calls the complaint frivolous.
Added by on 10/27/12
Ugly Americans abroad wreak havoc in modern movies
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In the astute new road-trip movie "Crystal Fairy," set mostly in Chile's Atacama Desert, Michael Cera plays an archetypal Ugly American.
Source: www.latimes.com
Added by on 7/27/13
Fourth Dimension Flowchart
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This handy flowchart by @MisterADalliard explains the time travel in all your favorite movies and TV shows
Source: gizmodo.com
Added by on 4/24/13
The Past Is Never Dead
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Category: Analysis
Tagged: Midnight In Paris
A Faulkner Quote in "Midnight in Paris" Results in a Lawsuit
Added by on 10/26/12
Start with Making Sure Van Damme or Mark Duplass is In It
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"When It Comes to Time-Travel Movies and TV Shows, What Rules Can We All Agree On?"
Source: www.vulture.com
Added by on 9/28/12
Box Office Biz That's Not From Concentrate
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"The Master" crushed its per-screen average upon opening; here's a @pajiba list of similar results, and not all are predictive
Source: www.pajiba.com
Added by on 9/19/12
The Top 5 Movie Guide: Movies About Writers
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In correspondence with this weekend's release of "The Words", we take a look at some of our favorite films about writers!
Added by on 9/8/12 | Edit | Delete
Does Hollywood hate adults?
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Now that the generation that came of age during the profitable blockbuster era has grown up, Hollywood can't keep up with their need to see something new every weekend. Unfortunately for studios, that grown-up generation has grown tired of aliens, sequels and spandex and won't pay to be bombasted with it all on a regular basis.
Source: www.salon.com
Added by on 7/9/12
Who's the best would-be Woody?
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Jesse Eisenberg stars at the latest neurotic Woody Allen surrogate in "To Rome With Love." @andohehir at @Salon judges how he rates against other Woody stand-ins.
Source: www.salon.com
Added by on 6/24/12
12 Historical Hollywood Makeovers
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Abraham Lincoln, King Henry VIII, and Nikola Tesla were hunks? See the stars who play them vs. images of them in real life.
Source: www.ew.com
Added by on 6/22/12
On a Bridge in Paris in the Rain
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As the film concludes, Gil is walking at night on the lavishly decorated Bridge Alexander III when he stumbles upon Gabrielle and offers to walk her home as it starts to rain. The film ends as both agree that "Paris is its most beautiful in the rain." Connecting the Champs-Élysées quarter and the Invalides quarter, the structure is shown multiple times in the movie.
Pont Alexandre III, 7th arrondissement of Paris, 75007 Paris
Added by on 8/12/12
Browsing Books in Paris
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Back in the present, Gil decides to split with the insufferable Inez. Shortly after, a montage shows him having an afternoon drink by himself and then browsing books in Shakespeare and Company, which was previously featured in 2004′s "Before Sunset."
37 Rue Bûcherie, 75005 Paris
Added by on 8/12/12
Diary on the Seine River
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The next day, Gil discovers Adriana's diary from the 1920s in one of the famous green book stalls on the banks of the Seine River and decides to find someone who can translate it to him. That scene is shot in the photogenic Park Jean XXIII behind Notre Dame Cathedral.
Square Jean Xxiii, 4e Arrondissement, 75004 Paris
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Gil in Versailles
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Gil's odd behavior and nightly escapades are taking a toll on his relationship with the vain Inez. Her father hires a private detective to tail him but this proves to be a terrible idea as the private eye ends up getting lost in Versailles… during Louis XIV's era.
Gardens of Versailles, Versailles
Added by on 8/12/12
Paris Fairground Party
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Gil repeats his journey back in time to a fairground party where he meets with Marion Cotillard once again. This is shot in the Musée des Arts Forains – the Museum of Fairground Art, which has an extensive collection of antique merry-go-rounds and carousels, Soon after, Gil and Adrianna decide to take a stroll which takes them to Montmartre in the direct vicinity of the Sacre Coeur. That area was thoroughly visited in the 2001′s French romantic comedy "Amelie"
53 Avenue des Terroirs de France, Paris
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Gil Admiring Water Lilies
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Gil and Inez along with Paul and his wife go to the Musée de l'Orangerie (Place de la Concorde) where they admire the eight famous Water Lilies murals from Monet as well as numerous paintings from Pablo Picasso, Henri Matisse, Paul Cezanne and many others.
Musée de l'Orangerie, Jardin Tuileries, Paris
Added by on 8/12/12
The Paris Flea Market
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While our protagonist continues to have wild time-traveling adventures over the next few nights, he must also contend with living in the present during the day. Hence, he tags along with his fiancee and mother-in-law to the flea market, the Marché aux Puces de Saint-Ouen in the Northern periphery of Paris, where he meets Gabrielle (Lea Seydoux) while browsing for a Cole Porter record.
30 Avenue Gabriel Péri, 93400 Saint-Ouen
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Hemingway at Le Polidor
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As Gil slowly realizes that he has been transported back to 1920′s Paris. At the end of the night, he is stunned to get the opportunity to meet Ernest Hemingway in the restaurant Le Polidor. Indeed, the famed writer did frequent this establishment along with James Joyce, Antonin Artaud, Jack Kerouac and Jane Day.
41 Rue Monsieur le Prince, Paris
Added by on 8/12/12
The Steps Where Gil Waits
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After the stuffy wine tasting, Gil decides to walk back to his hotel room but soon finds himself lost. Tired and a bit drunk, he sits down on the steps of the church St Etienne du Mont, and as the bell strikes midnight, an antique 1920 Peugeot Landaulet pulls up.
Place Sainte-Geneviève, 75005 Paris
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Drinks at Hotel Le Meurice
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Gil and Inez are next seen at a wine tasting, where Paul once again shows up. This takes place on the rooftop terrace of the Belle Etoile suite at the Hotel Le Meurice, which provides a 360 degree view of Paris. This 1771 five-star luxury hotel overlooks the Tuileries Garden and hosted such luminaries as Salvador Dali, Rudyard Kipling, Elizabeth Taylor and Theodore Roosevelt. At over $8,000 per night, the Belle Etoile suite probably is one of the least affordable hotel room in the world.
228 Rue de Rivoli, Paris
Added by on 8/12/12