“Having owned up to what formed him, Woody Allen accomplishes his most vibrant, sensuous
filmmaking, contrasting dark, intimate scenes with glowing, spacious ones–the womb vs. the world–and his humor is felt in both areas…”
“Hollywood Shuffle is a renegade production as casual in tone as Kentucky Fried Movie, but it offers a shrewd look at Hollywood’s benighted attitudes and nonthinking. The parody of producer/casting director shows Robert Townsend’s sharp skill for recognizable caricature. And satires of TV programming, like…”
For more on Armond White’s take on Woody Allen’s Radio Days and Robert Townsend‘s Hollywood Shuffle, purchase a new or used copy of Armond White’s The Resistance: Ten Years of Pop Culture That Shook The World.