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A middle-aged TV writer, living in Manhattan, finds himself torn between relationships with a teenage girl who idolizes him, a thirtysomething woman who shares his intellectual passions, and an... View more >
Starring Woody Allen, Diane Keaton, Michael Murphy... View more >
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Jul 10, 2007
It may be a shock for anyone who has follow my reviews, but the best Woody Allen movie of all time is not "Annie Hall." It's "Manhatten." Don't get me, I love the movie, but I believe that "Manhattan" is better. The stuff Woody Allen wrote is very funny and "Manhatten" is very funny and better than anything he done, and that's include "Annie Hall." Even his relationship with a young Mariel Hemingway is tasteful. Hemingway has a knack of accepting difficult roles. I love the Cinematography by Gordon Willis. the music score is by George Gershwin, which captured the entire movie.
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