While there is no question that Woody Allen has behaved despicably in his life, we can't discount his contribution to the art of cinema as a filmmaker. Our next Rialto Recommends is his 1987 memory film RADIO DAYS featuring Mia Farrow, Dianne Weist, Julie Kavner, Wallace Shawn, and many more. RADIO DAYS is a nostalgic look at radio's golden age focusing on one ordinary family and the various performers in the medium. The Washington Post said "Childhood anecdotes and charming vignettes are set against bright-light, big-city sets, a-dazzle with beautiful players." While in his four-star review Roger Ebert wrote "RADIO DAYS is so ambitious and so audacious that it almost defies description. It's a kaleidoscope of dozens of characters, settings and scenes - the most elaborate production Allen has ever made - and it's inexhaustible, spinning out one delight after another. Although there is no narrative thread from beginning to end, there is a buried emotional thread. Like music, the movie builds toward a climax we can't even guess is coming, and then Allen finds the perfect images for the last few minutes for a bittersweet evocation of goodbye to all that." RADIO DAYS is streaming on HBOMax, DirectTV and Cinemax or is available to rent for a modest fee from Apple, GooglePlay, YouTube, Vudu and others. Revisit one of our favorite Woody Allen films and enjoy RADIO DAYS.