"E vende vatapá. E vende caruru. E vende mungunzá..." Delightful movie.
a young & little Seth Green, cool... the movie is mostly very nice & lovely. for sure it was a special time these days, sitting in front of the radio with a cozy blanket & drinking hot chocolate on a cold snowy winter day.
Very enjoyable film, but not nearly among Allen's best. It did have me laugh all the way through.
Magic. Mia Farrow is such an underrated actress.
Good storie, really funny. Good acting. I liked how all the stories were linked together by theradioshows. Lovely soundtrack.
A nostalgic and personal recollection of Woody Allen's youth and memories cleverly guised in fiction. Told in vignette style the film lacks any a gravitating point and the scenes with Mia Farrow although funny seem somewhat unnecessary. Charming and endearing, just kind of incomplete.
Charming, in an almost Chaplin sort of way. Just so much fun to watch.
Me hace acordar a una infancia que nunca tuve.
i love this movie so much. this is of the only Allen ones I've seen that's honest and completely his.
Radio Days is to "Singin' in the Rain" something like what "Blow Out" is to "Blow-up". It's not a remake, but a variation with some citations — here the last glory days of radio (after overtaken by television), and it's stars, through the eyes of a little boy (Allen's wonderful narration) and it's chaotic large family.
Hard not to love. What a great homage to yesteryear!
I absolutely loved it had me smiling the and laughing the whole way through, brilliant! One of his best!
While it may not be Woody's strongest hour, Radio Days still proves to be one of his most thoroughly enjoyable productions. Big thumbs up for Kavner and Farrow and Keaton's brief appearance.
Woody Alllen has a wonderful way with endings. Watch, Radio Days, Sweet and Lowdown, Matchpoint and the Purple Rose of Cairo---all films that I wasn't sure were working while I was watching them yet finish movingly; all of the individual parts that I was unsure of, became alchemized into a grander, diaphanous, whole.
no tengo mas que amor para esta pelicula
A beautiful, wonderfully orchestrated ode to a bygone era, when radio was king, jingles were even catchier, and all one could hope for was a Masked Avenger ring. The best Woody Allen film I've seen thus far.