Mighty Aphrodite

Mighty Aphrodite

DVD - 1999?
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When a sportswriter tries to track down the mother of his adopted son, he discovers she is a prostitute and pornographic film star.
Publisher: [S.l.] : Miramax Home Entertainment ; Burbank, Calif. : Distributed by Buena Vista Home Video, [1999?]
Edition: Widescreen format
ISBN: 9780788814730
0788814737
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (95 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in

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jessadam2
Jun 08, 2015

I do like this one. After really viewing it for the first time.

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Mubeen_Mughal
Nov 15, 2014

If you know of Woody Allen, and when you hear Linda Ash (Mira Sorvino) speak, one gets a feeling that it is actually Woody Allen speaking, and while it seems interesting the first time one hears the delivery of the lines, it seems a bit sad the second time around, because the actress comes out looking like a puppet, which I guess actors and actresses are, especially in the scene when he goes to her apartment, and I suppose he too (Woody Allen) is. Nonetheless, I like Woody Allen because of his honesty, in his jokes, and his movies, and his much needed and accurate criticism of himself and his own culture.

Woe to the people who cannot, or are unable to laugh at themselves and their follies.

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denverrey
Aug 19, 2014

Thing to remember is that Mira Sorvino walk away from this film with an Academy Award. And as with any Woody Allen film, everythng is first take, he never rehearses. Sorvino earned that oscar. And the Greek Chorus drives home the theme which is timeless, "Where do we come from?"

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biffblack
Jun 21, 2014

Smutty and in poor taste. Often grotesque.

d2013 Jan 31, 2014

Light and funny "à la Woody Allen". Mira Sorvino is hilarious!

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BertBailey
Jan 20, 2014

One of Woody Allen's funniest, least overfilled or pretentious flicks. Mira Sorvino's best role ever, to my knowledge, as an airhead hooker with the usual heart of silver. The other characters are as two-dimensional, and there's a funny Greek chorus from Manhattan that does do-wop rhymes, plenty of laugh-out-loud lines, and a very enjoyable plot that's a bit thin but never overreaches (as shown with his treatment of that Greek chorus). Recommended.

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