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Aaron Jones 2 years ago
Funny, with beautiful cityscapes. Bit too similar to Annie Hall to warrant a higher score.
Emily Brown almost 3 years ago
A great script with lots of witty lines. Beautifully shot. I liked it quite a lot.
Tony Gandía 3 years ago
Allen at his prime; with NYC as one of his most powerful characters.
Noah Rymer over 3 years ago
a never-ending fountain of east coast pretentiousness. this film made me angry.
Damian Campo over 4 years ago
Typical Woody Allen perception of "romantic" love. In general is a good story.
Jonathan Evans almost 5 years ago
Only the rantings of Woody Allen could become one of the greatest testaments to NY ever.
Nathan Leonard 5 years ago
Woody Allen acts like a sleazebag.
Ken Miguel-Cipriano almost 6 years ago
One of my favorite movies. Funny and a good story.
Lizzie almost 6 years ago
Gorgeous. Intellectual. Witty. I'm glad I can appreciate Woody Allen.
James Van almost 6 years ago
Woody Allen learns nothing and begins decades of repeatedly making the same movie
Paul Arthur 6 years ago
Pace and pathos, funny and with feeling, a visual and aural feast.
Austin over 6 years ago
One of Woody Allen's very best!
Genaro Cruz over 6 years ago
Great reflection about love and how weird and mysterious it is
J M O over 6 years ago
a very gorgeous story of the very beautiful relationships of rich white people in new york
Natasha Marchev over 6 years ago
woody we love you...
Flavio Marino almost 7 years ago
A perfect definition of the current relationship. Woody the Avant-garde
emilio murillo almost 7 years ago
One of the great films by Woody Allen during his best creative time: the 70s. Honest story
Philip Khoo almost 7 years ago
Enjoyable, humorous and beautifully short. A look at life and relationship.
Anthony Kozlowski almost 7 years ago
Mostly a rehash of Annie Hall to diminishing results, but with gorgeous cityscapes.
Paul McCamley 7 years ago
Beautifully shot dissection of modern relationships with a delicious humour.
Manhattan is a 1979 American romantic comedy-drama film directed by Woody Allen about a twice-divorced 42-year-old comedy writer who dates a 17-year-old girl before eventually falling in love with his best friend's mistress. The movie was written by Allen and Marshall Brickman, who had also successfully collaborated on Annie Hall. Manhattan was filmed in black-and-white and 2.35:1 widescreen. The film was nominated for two Academy Awards: Best Supporting Actress (Mariel Hemingway) and Best Writing, Screenplay Written Directly for the Screen. It also won the BAFTA Award for Best Film. The film was #46 on American Film Institute's "100 Years...100 Laughs". In 2001, the United States Library of Congress deemed the film "culturally significant" and selected it for preservation in the National Film Registry. The film opens with a montage of images of Manhattan accompanied by George Gershwin's Rhapsody in Blue. Isaac Davis (Woody Allen), is introduced as a man writing a book about his love...
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