Happy Birthday Clip from Woody Allen's Whatever Works

May 21, 2009
Source: Yahoo

Whatever Works Clip

In anticipation of the upcoming release of Woody Allen's Whatever Works, Sony Pictures Classics has debuted a new set of clips from the film. As everyone knows, I normally do not post clips, but because I loved Whatever Works and because this is more than just a standard clip (it's three strung together, as you'll see) I wanted to break my own rules to feature it today. If anything, it's a way of showing you more of Larry David as Boris Yellnikoff and how ridiculously quirky his character is in this movie. And this is all just the beginning, because it gets so much crazier in the actual movie, don't worry. Check out the clip below.

Watch this new clip from Woody Allen's Whatever Works:

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You can also watch this clip for Whatever Works in High Definition on Yahoo

Whatever Works is both written and directed by the currently 73-year-old legendary filmmaker Woody Allen, who began is illustrious career in 1966 with What's Up, Tiger Lily?, later won Oscars for Annie Hall and Hannah and Her Sisters, and has continued strong until today. This is Allen's 42nd feature film, following Vicky Cristina Barcelona, Cassandra's Dream, Scoop, and Match Point from the past few years. Sony Pictures Classics is bringing Whatever Works to limited theaters starting on June 19th this summer.

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  • Voice of Reason
    Pretty bland clip, but am still looking forward to this movie.
  • ha man im gonna love this movie.:)
  • Scott
    WTF was that? Very Curb your Enthusiasm. If thats the best clip they can find then Im starting to get worried
  • Fielding
    Gorgeous! Very funny. I love the way he sings it in the 3rd clip.
  • Fielding
    And the way Evan Rachel Wood is just nonchalantly doing her nails.




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