Woody Allen has a great record for securing starlets Oscars. Diane Keaton and Cate Blanchett received Academy Awards for Best Actress for their titular performances in his rom-com Annie Hall (1977) and drama Blue Jasmine (2013), respectively. His supporting actresses also took home the gold, from Dianne Wiest’s wins for Hannah and Her Sisters (1986) and Bullets over Broadway (1994) to victories for Mira Sorvino in Mighty Aphrodite (1995) and Penélope Cruz in Vicky Cristina Barcelona (2008). The latter romantic dramedy was the subject of a lot of buzz right before its release, much of it stemming from a rumored lesbian love scene between Señorita Cruz and Scarlett Johansson. Even though that scene turned out to be too dark, too short, too non-nude, and generally a case of much ado about nothing, the movie still did well with critics and audiences. The plot centers on the practical and committed Vicky (Rebecca Hall) and her impulsive and newly-single pal Cristina (Johansson). While the two friends are studying in Barcelona, they meet a charming and successful artist named Juan Antonio (Javier Bardem). In fact, Cristina ends up having a ménage-à-trois with him and his ex-wife, María Elena (Cruz). There’s no skin to write home about, but we do get to see Penélope in her bra and Scar-Jo’s cleavage peeking out from under the sheets. Of course, their quick girl-on-girl kiss makes up for this. Watching Ms. Cruz and Ms. Johansson swap Sapphic spit under the red glow of a darkroom light makes viewing buena!