I had the next movie I was gonna post about all lined up and then the other night Ty and I watched Radio Days, one of Woody Allen's films. Now I know people either hate or love Woody Allen (at least it seems that way), and if you hate him just ignore this, but I personally really love his stuff (at least most of it). We have loads of his movies and we're slowly going through them all, and I just really wanted to share this one with you all!
Radio Days is a nostalgic look at the golden era of the radio. It feels a bit biopic for Woody Allen, and I'm great with that. It follows the different characters about who worked in or were heavily influenced by the radio. It even touches on when War of The Worlds aired on radio and people really believed the earth was being invaded by aliens.
There are so many wonderful people in the movie a few include Mia Farrow, Dianne Wiest and a very young Seth Green. The styling is fabulous, especially for a movie made in 1987, I feel like sometimes those movies can stray from the true styles of the 40's, but this one was really great. This is one of those movies I can see myself watching several times, it's not too deep and makes for some really great light watching.
If you're in the mood for a good nostalgic film, this is for you. It's also on Netflix for easy viewing!
Are you a fan of Woody Allen or do you dislike his movies?