Michael Murphy

An Unmarried Woman

January 19, 2006 // 0 Comments

It's kind of refreshing to watch a film from a couple of decades ago, a time in filmmaking when you did not have to worry about offending this group or that group for whatever reason. Simply focusing on making a film that tells a compelling story and [...]

The Front

January 27, 2004 // 0 Comments

In the "The Font" Woody Allen, this time neither directing or writing – simply acting, plays Howard Prince, a smalltime New York restaurant cashier, part-time bookie, and as usual a nerdy loser. It is 1952 and the Un-American Committee is [...]